Almost every business or organisation uses some sort of system to keep things working efficiently and productively. This system might keep information moving securely and efficiently, or it might ensure product distribution or service availability. A systems engineer is the all-important link between complex programming and technology, and its users, customers and stakeholders. So, you’ll need a firm knowledge and understanding of both sides, and the ability to take a joined-up approach to ensure systems meet a wide range of needs reliably, efficiently, and in a user-friendly fashion.
That might sound like a tall order, but it’s a hugely rewarding career path, and this course is a great opportunity for you to develop a unique blend of practical engineering and management-orientated learning. We’re here to help you further specialise your systems engineering knowledge and skills, and completing this course successfully should make you highly employable in a range of sectors and settings.
The Systems Engineering (Electronic) And Engineering Management course meets professional institution standards in the UK and Europe, and addresses a range of contemporary issues in engineering and engineering management. If you’re looking to take a systems-based approach to engineering management, this course is could be ideal.
- The University of Bolton will support you as you develop a systematic knowledge and understanding of how advanced engineering concepts and design methodologies apply in the design of electronics-based equipment.
- We’ll encourage you to develop a mastery of digital signal processing for use in control applications.
- You’ll have the chance to explore advanced artificial intelligence techniques used in the design and control of automated machinery.
- We’ll work to help you develop a detailed understanding of how ‘total quality management’ applies to design, manufacture and project management.
- You’ll have the opportunity to learn about the commercial side of project management, including contract negotiation, stakeholder management, quotations, procurement and a range of other financial and legal matters.
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- Intelligent Systems
- Signal Processing
- Technical Publications and Presentations
- Advanced Control Technology
- Microprocessor Based Systems
- 18 months
Start dates & application deadlines
- StartingApplication deadline not specified.
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- Normally, you should have at least a Lower Second Class Honours degree (2.2) in an engineering-related subject, and appropriate work experience.
- Your application will also be considered if you have alternative equivalent qualifications with extensive relevant work experience.
- We welcome your application if you hold a degree awarded by an overseas institution. The University will assess the equivalence of your qualifications.
The fees for a student’s course of study will be set for the normal duration of that course subject only to inflationary increases – measured by the Consumer Price Index (CPI) recorded in March each year to take effect for subsequent start dates.
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Apply and win up to €10000 to cover your tuition fees.
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