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Automotive Engineering with Quality Improvements

Course Description

Modules taken:

Competitive Design Principles
Design Optimisation
Quality Assurance and Management
Advanced Numberical Methods
Finite Element Methods
Modelling and Simulation
Materials Failure Mechanics
Satellite Communications
Project Management
Vehicly Dynamics
Engine and Powertrain
Masters Research Project

Course Details
Awarding and teaching institution:
University of Bradford

Final award:
MSc/PGDip [National Qualifications Framework Level M]

Programme title:
Automotive Engineering Quality Improvement

1 year full time

Engineering is fundamental to the economic and social prosperity of the global market. It is a "people serving" profession whose activities not only manage humankind's environment but also create that environment itself. Your studies at Bradford will be a foundation for life aimed at developing your knowledge in areas of advanced applied engineering and of improving your technical competence in their application using a wide range of personal and professional skills.
The School places emphasis on both teaching and research, believing them to be mutually dependent. With reference to teaching and learning, the School aims to produce graduates who aspire to challenging careers in industry, commerce and the public sector or to developing their own enterprises. Graduates will be able to move directly into responsible roles in employment with a minimum of additional training. It achieves this aim by:

Providing a supportive, structured environment in which students are encouraged to develop independent learning skills;

Developing subject knowledge and understanding, developing discipline skills and developing personal transferable skills, to enable graduates to pursue programmes of further study, or to move directly into responsible employment.

Promoting educational opportunities for ethnic minority, mature and alternatively qualified students, as well as for traditionally qualified students.

The School of Engineering, Design and Technology has strong links with the automotive industry, in particular Ford Motor Company, Jaguar Cars, LandRover, Visteon and their supplier base. Over the last 10 years we have collaborated with our industrial sponsors in the delivery of research based degree programmes, enhancing our reputation for expertise in the area of Engineering Quality Improvement. The strength of our approach consists of a combination of expertise in Engineering Quality Improvement tools and disciplines (including Quality Function Deployment, systems engineering, experimental design, parameter design, tolerance design, statistical engineering, reliability engineering, Failure Modes and Effects Analysis, problem solving and process control methods) with expertise in advanced engineering based on Computer Modelling and Simulation, Virtual Engineering and Testing, applied to improve reliability and robustness of products and processes, product quality improvement, cost reduction and shorter development times.

Entry Requirements

2:2 Honours Degree

Course Fees

£3010 for Home/Eu students and £9530 per year for International Students

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