2019/20 Taught Postgraduate Programme Catalogue
PGCert Engineering Management (online)
|Programme code:||PGC-ENGMN-OD||UCAS code:|
|Duration:||8 Months||Method of Attendance:||Part Time|
|Programme manager:||Professor Ian Robertson||Contact address:||email@example.com|
Total credits: 60
Applicants should hold a degree in engineering, physical sciences or a related engineering or
technological discipline where relevant subject areas have been studied. We accept a range of
international equivalent qualifications.
We will also consider applications from non-graduates if they have adequate and relevant professional qualifications. We welcome enquiries and applications from professionally qualified and experienced candidates (with at least three years' work experience in an engineering environment) who don’t meet the formal qualifications.
Students for whom English is not their first language must meet the University of Leeds entry criteria
for English language, IELTS 6.5 overall, with no less than 6.0 in in any component
School/Unit responsible for the parenting of students and programme:
Digital Education Service
Examination board through which the programme will be considered:
Digital Education Service
Relevant QAA Subject Benchmark Groups:
Professional Body Offering Accreditation:
Chartered Management Institute
The programme will provide a research-led student education that builds on the success of three long-standing MSc programmes in Civil Engineering (Engineering Project Management, Environmental Engineering and Project Management, International Construction Management and Engineering) as well as the programme in Electronic & Electrical Engineering on Engineering, Technology and Business Management.
Well-proven expertise from the Civil Engineering MSc provides a strong component of project management education to students, whilst the newer EEE MSc introduces elements of strategic management, enterprise and innovation, so that students will become highly effective leaders that are fully conversant with trends in technology and able to manage the impact of disruptive technologies in business. This is crucial in the modern world.
This programme, jointly delivered by five outstanding Engineering Schools, will provide a unique multi-disciplinary approach to education in Engineering Management. Through group work, students will work on a wide range of case studies, sometimes in specialised areas with peers from the same discipline, and sometimes in multi-disciplinary work with peers across the full range of disciplines. In this way, our graduates will have a rather unique understanding of contemporary management education combined with a broad view of technology developments across the full spectrum of Engineering disciplines from nanotechnology through to smart cities. In terms of delivery, the programme will offer an industry leading online learning experience, including accessible and inclusive professional quality learning resources, a wide range of interactive and collaborative learning opportunities, asynchronous and synchronous video / audio online classroom tools, group working activities, case studies, flexible learning opportunities, learning dashboards, digital feedback on assessments, access to key external learning resources and online tutor support. In addition to the core programme offer, students will receive the following support as part of their wider student experience:
In addition to the core programme offer, students will receive the following support as part of their wider student experience:
1. Dedicated online induction course designed to support international students to gain key online study skills, understand academic integrity and gain acculturation to UK Higher Education.
2. Bespoke online enrichment activities and further study resources underpinning the programme, designed to enable students to engage fully with the Leeds Curriculum core programme threads (employability, ethics & responsibility, global and cultural insight) and research-based learning, as well as with co-curricular opportunities (including alumni engagement) and Leeds University Union activities (e.g. student representation, communities).
3. Access to the University Library's extensive range of online library resources (including eJournals, eBooks and specially digitised resources), relevant to the programme of study.
4. Academic personal tutor support through the University's Leeds for Life system.
5. A tailored programme of professional development support and activity, including discipline specific access to employers, industry experts, alumni etc., careers support via the University's careers service and where appropriate the Faculty of Engineering employability staff.
Year1 - View timetable
In your first year you will study three Foundation modules, as well as one Development shown below as Compulsory.
You will study four modules in your first year of study.
|OENG5100M||Innovation, Design and Creative Engineering||15 credits||1 Sept to 31 Oct, 1 Mar to 30 Apr|
|OENG5101M||Business Strategy for Engineers||15 credits||1 Nov to 31 Dec, 1 May to 30 June|
|OENG5102M||Enterprise and Business Planning||15 credits||1 Jan to 28 Feb, 1 Jul to 31 Aug|
|OENG5200M||Managing Major Engineering Projects||15 credits||1 May to 30 June|
Last updated: 09/04/2019
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