To succeed in a competitive engineering environment, aspiring managers and leaders need a working knowledge of emerging management concepts, business awareness and management tools needed to deliver impressive, high-quality results.
By studying Engineering Management, you will develop an advanced understanding of management principles and practices necessary for advancement in an engineering organization. Our online learning model allows you to apply your new knowledge of best practices and technologies such as; Flexible thinking, quality improvement, project management, and direct pricing and purchasing for your current career.
This course will help to discover the practical benefits and positive impact that an MSc in Engineering Management can have in your career today..
The teaching team, which combines academic and professional training skills, will teach you and introduce you to best Engineering Management practices, trends and recent issues.
All units are taught by experienced lecturers who have experience of working in a wide variety of roles in companies ranging.
This Online program will enable you to:
- provide an understanding of engineering management through a socio-technical lens and in particular with regards to digitalization in both theoretical and applied aspects
- develop critical thinking and research spirit in decision-making and problem-solving in the context of construction projects
- equip students with the range of analytical tools, digital skills and transferable skills required for a career in the built environment.
- develop the ability to strategically identify and implement management principles and best practices to the operation of a forward-thinking engineering organization.
- apply techniques such as Lean to improve efficiencies, eliminate waste and improve your organization’s competitiveness and business efficiency as a result.
- understand how measures, philosophies, and cultures impact company performance and develop quality improvements from a technical and financial perspective.
- build awareness of relationships and logistical challenges within the supply chain and deal with the implications of pricing and purchasing policies.
- learn proven project management techniques and strategies such as Agile, Prince2, and ITIL to develop new production processes.