This course focuses on systems engineering and engineering management, and offers three different system engineering pathways, these are electronic, mechanical and mechatronic engineering.
The 18 month, three semester course can be undertaken as either a single award or a dual award. The single award is studied entirely at the University of Bolton
. In the dual award mode, you will normally study at the University of Bolton
in semester 1 (October to February) and at South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences, Soest, Germany, in semester 2 (March to July). The third semester (October to February) will be assigned to a project, and this will normally be undertaken at the University of Bolton
Entry to the course is also available in semester 2 (February) in the case of the dual award scheme, the second semester (to be spent at South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences, Soest Germany) will be undertaken during October to January.
In the dual award mode the successful student will obtain two separate MSc awards, one from each university. In the single award mode the student will receive the award of an MSc from the University of Bolton
What you will study
You are required to successfully complete 180 credits of study to gain the MSc. The course comprises eight taught modules, each with a credit value of 15, making a total of 120 taught credits. In each of the two taught semesters, you will study four modules. The third semester is dedicated to a 60 credit individual project. Where possible, the project will involve a work placement or an industrially-related project, based at one of the two universities. During the project phase it is the intention to find, where possible, some form of work experience for all of the students enrolled on the MSc.
Mechanical pathway modules
Control Engineering: Intelligent Systems (EEM4010); Advanced Control Technology (EEM4015).
Engineering Management: Business in Engineering (EEM4013); Technical Publications and Presentations (EEM4014); Project Management (EEM4017); Integrated Management (EEM4020).
Mechanical Engineering: Monitoring of Mechanical Systems (EEM4018); Advanced Production Engineering (EEM4019).
For more information please visit http://www.bolton.ac.uk/postgrad
Normally, you should have at least a lower second class honours degree (2.2) in an engineering-related subject. Your application will also be considered if you have alternative equivalent qualifications with extensive relevant work experience.Students holding overseas degrees are very welcome and the equivalence of their qualifications will be assessed by the University.