Build upon your existing engineering skills and develop a deeper understanding of polymer engineering.
Plastics are present in practically every facet of life, and play a large part in shaping the look and feel of today’s world.
This course takes your solid foundation in polymer engineering and adds an emphasis on project management skills. You’ll study a range of engineering and management subjects that cater for your intended career.
As well as reinforcing your existing engineering skills and developing them further, we’ll equip you with knowledge of and expertise in project management techniques. You’ll graduate with strong polymer engineering skills which will enhance your employability prospect in the world of plastics engineering.
The course is accredited by both the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and the Institute of Materials, Mineral and Mining (IOM3). Combined with a suitable accredited undergraduate degree, the MSc degree would then satisfy the academic requirements of the UK Engineering Council for Chartered Engineer (CEng) status.
Subjects include: - Sustainable energy technologies - Ceramic and composite materials and plastics materials - Research skills and project management - Flow analysis and CAE and forensic materials engineering - MSc project
Study modules mentioned above are indicative only. Some changes may occur between now and the time that you study.
- research and development - engineering designer/developer - engineering management - consultancy
The entry requirement for this course is a Bachelor (Honours) Degree at a 2:2 or above. We look for applicants to have a background in polymer engineering in order to be eligible for the programme. We may also consider lesser qualifications if you have sufficient relevant work experience within the industry. If English is not your first language, it is usually required that you sit an English language test in order to gain entry onto our postgraduate programmes.
Recipient: Edinburgh Napier University
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