Mechanical Engineering MSc
COURSE INFORMATION (2013 ENTRY)
12 months full-time (September start)Engineering and Environment
Ellison Building, Newcastle City Campus
Industry has long experienced the need to improve its competitiveness from year-to-year, to increase, or even just retain market share. Improvements in design, processes and materials can increase the quality and life of the product and reduce its cost. However, to obtain maximum advantage these different aspects must not be considered in isolation.
This course has been designed with a complementary set of modules that provide the ideal background for a career in the mechanical engineering sectors.
LEARNING AND TEACHING METHODS
Assessment is varied, and is determined by individual module tutors. However it can consist of either coursework assignments and/or examinations. Assignments can take the form of individual and/or group work, research reports, oral presentations and the creation of physical products.
This programme is accredited by The Institute of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) as fulfilling the educational requirements for registration as Chartered Engineer.
With its emphasis on practical skill development, the MSc Mechanical Engineering will appeal to students progressing directly from undergraduate study, or more experienced professionals wishing to update their skills. The programme will prepare you well for a career in mechanical engineering in a wide range of organisations, or you may wish to continue onto a research degree.
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