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A bachelor’s degree is a post-secondary degree awarded after completed 120 credits. It usually takes eight semesters to complete a Bachelor’s degree. While completing an undergraduate course, candidates have to study general courses and chose a major specific subject. A Bachelor’s degree can also be called a baccalaureate in certain countries.

Students of a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering will study the general concepts of engineering. This will allow them to choose a degree of their preference in order to specialize. The program is aimed at students who are not sure of what engineering degree they want to study.

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Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)

Online Part time 6 - 12 years UK

From microscopic electronic devices to super structures like dams, bridges and towers, the vast scope of engineering touches every area of our lives. Engineering is about extending our horizons by solving technical problems, although engineers would say they create solutions to challenges – a far more imaginative activity. The BEng (Hons) explores the fundamentals of this creative and analytical subject– from materials and mechanics to design and modelling – with... [+]

Best Part time Bachelors Engineering 2015. Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) From microscopic electronic devices to super structures like dams, bridges and towers, the vast scope of engineering touches every area of our lives. Engineering is about extending our horizons by solving technical problems, although engineers would say they create solutions to challenges – a far more imaginative activity. The BEng (Hons) explores the fundamentals of this creative and analytical subject– from materials and mechanics to design and modelling – with opportunities to focus on engineering design, environmental technologies, energy and sustainability or mathematical methods. Key features of the course Learning outcomes designed to fulfil the Engineering Council’s requirements under UK-SPEC Work on real projects, teaming up with other students at two residential schools Compile a personal and professional development plan Maths options to suit your confidence and experience. Educational aims The BEng (Hons) is a 360-credit honours degree that offers you the opportunity to pursue a programme in general engineering, with the possibility of some specialisation in one of several engineering disciplines. Its learning outcomes are closely aligned with the Quality Assurance Agency’s (QAA’s) benchmark statements for engineering, which include acquisition of knowledge and understanding; intellectual abilities; practical skills; and general transferable skills in your chosen area of study. The programme is intended to comply with the QAA’s expectation regarding levels of achievement in engineering honours degrees, “…normally, all students graduating with such a degree will meet at least the threshold standards in every component of the benchmark”. Teaching, learning and assessment methods Teaching and learning via study materials (including study guides, textbooks, set books, audio and video material, home activity kits, and module-related software), optional face-to-face or online tutorials, at least two compulsory week-long residential schools, plus individualised tutor feedback. Continuous assessment via written, tutor-marked assignments (TMAs) and/or computer-marked assignments (CMAs), end-of-module assessment (EMA) via examination or written project. Fees We believe cost shouldn’t be a barrier to achieving your potential. That’s why we work hard to keep the cost of study as low as possible and have a wide range of flexible ways to pay to help spread, or even reduce, the cost. Fees for study commencing in academic year 2014/2015 are: Fees are paid on a module-by-module basis – you won't have to pay for the whole of your qualification upfront. If like most OU students studying part time, you study an average of 60 credits a year – you’ll study for six years to complete a degree. Our typical fee for 60 credits is £2,632. Our current fee is £5,264 – based on 120 credits of study – which is equivalent to a year's full-time study. The total cost of your chosen qualification currently starts from £15,792 based on our current fees. NB: Prices are subject to change. How long does it take? Part time – 6 years Full time – N/A Time limit – 12 years Career relevance Professional engineers, designers and technologists are always in demand and we expect this to increase. Graduates can find employment across a whole range of manufacturing and service industries. Growth areas are predicted to be: energy/environment nuclear engineering petroleum engineering nanotechnology and biotechnology telecommunications aerospace, space technology and exploration civil engineering robotics biomedical engineering creative industries automotive industry (low carbon vehicle development in particular). Read more about this programme on the Open University website here [-]

Top-up Bachelor of Engineering with Honours

Online Part time 3 - 5 years UK

If you have completed an OU foundation degree or diploma of higher education in engineering (or equivalent) within the last five years, this course enables you to top up your knowledge and skills to honours degree level. You can tailor your studies to build on your previous qualifications and experience. Flexible module choices include structural integrity... [+]

Top-up Bachelor of Engineering with Honours If you have completed an OU foundation degree or diploma of higher education in engineering (or equivalent) within the last five years, this course enables you to top up your knowledge and skills to honours degree level. You can tailor your studies to build on your previous qualifications and experience. Flexible module choices include structural integrity, micro and nano technology, engineering design, environmental technologies, and energy and sustainability. You will also complete an individual engineering project. Key features of the course Matches the final stage (Stage 3) of our Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Q65) degree Learning outcomes defined to fulfil the Engineering Council’s educational requirements under UK-SPEC Opens up a wide range of career opportunities and prepares you for postgraduate engineering courses Educational aims The top-up BEng (Hons) degree offers students the opportunity to pursue a programme in general engineering, with the possibility of some specialisation in one of several engineering disciplines. Its learning outcomes are closely aligned with the Engineering Council’s UK-SPEC generic output standards for honours degrees in engineering that are appropriate for CEng. These output standards fall into two groups. Firstly, there are degree-level general outcomes covering acquisition of knowledge and understanding, intellectual abilities, practical skills and general transferable skills. There are also more specific outcomes related to engineering under the headings: Underpinning science and mathematics; Engineering analysis; Design; Economic, social and environmental context; and Engineering practice. In 2006, the UK’s Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) adopted the output standards in UK-SPEC as the subject benchmark statement for engineering. The OU’s BEng (Hons) programme is intended to comply with the QAA’s expectation regarding levels of attainment in engineering honours degrees: ’The learning outcomes are expressed for the threshold level that engineering students would be expected to have attained upon graduation. It is anticipated that there will be many programmes where this threshold level will be exceeded.’ Teaching, learning and assessment methods Teaching and learning is via study materials (including study guides, textbooks, set books, audio and video material, home activity kits, and module-related software), optional face-to-face or online tutorials, plus individualised tutor feedback. Continuous assessment is via written tutor-marked assignments (TMAs) and/or computer-marked assignments (CMAs), and the end-of-module assessment is via an examination or a written project. Fees We believe cost shouldn’t be a barrier to achieving your potential. That’s why we work hard to keep the cost of study as low as possible and have a wide range of flexible ways to pay to help spread, or even reduce, the cost. Fees for study commencing in academic year 2014/2015 are: Fees are paid on a module-by-module basis – you won't have to pay for the whole of your qualification upfront. If like most OU students studying part time, you study an average of 60 credits a year – you’ll study for six years to complete a degree. Our typical fee for 60 credits is £2,632. Our current fee is £5,264 – based on 120 credits of study – which is equivalent to a year's full-time study. The total cost of your chosen qualification currently starts from £5,264 based on our current fees. NB: Prices are subject to change. How long does it take? Part time – 3 years Time limit – 5 years Career relevance Professional engineers, designers and technologists are always in deman and we expect this to increase. Graduates can find employment across a whole range of manufacturing and service industries. Growth areas are predicted to be: energy/environment nuclear engineering petroleum engineering nanotechnology and biotechnology telecommunications aerospace, space technology and exploration civil engineering robotics biomedical engineering creative industries automotive industry (low carbon vehicle development in particular). Entry requirements Before registering on this degree, you’ll need to have successfully completed one of the following OU qualifications (or an equivalent qualification from elsewhere) within the last five years: Foundation Degree in Engineering (X11) Diploma of Higher Education in Engineering (W11) Foundation Degree in Materials Fabrication and Engineering (X12) Diploma of Higher Education in Materials Fabrication and Engineering (W12) You will also need to be proficient in English, to an IELTS standard of 6.0. If you are unsure you will be able to take a free English test as part of the rgistration process. Read more about this programme on the Open University website here [-]

MENg/ BEng (Hons)/ BEng (Hosns) Extended Engineering Business Management

Campus Part time 3 - 5 years September 2015 UK Medway

Most science and technology undergraduate degree programmes typically do not reflect the growing multidisciplinary characteristics of the modern business enterprise. However, our degree programme in Engineering Business Management is designed explicitly to provide a solid technical background combined with an understanding of modern business and management practices. [+]

Best Part time Bachelors Engineering 2015. CEOs of large, successful companies and self-made millionaires are more likely to have studied on an engineering degree programme than any other subject area. The technical knowledge, analytical and mathematical skills, and creative problem-solving attitude gained from an engineering degree are well suited to strategic and enterprise-level roles in industry. This degree programme offers a broad-based approach, introducing the major engineering disciplines to provide a solid background in the principles and processes used to solve complex problems. Engineering skills you will acquire, such as optimisation and simulation, are directly transferable to enterprise management. Approaches to systems-wide engineering solutions are also highly relevant to many large-scale industrial challenges as both involve the need to identify, understand and design for large, interconnected networks of stakeholders. Our degree programme in Engineering Business Management also enables you to acquire management skills, both personal and interpersonal, together with knowledge of modern management techniques and business applications. The first year of all of our engineering degree programmes at the University of Greenwich focuses on the understanding of engineering science fundamental principles. This approach ensures that all of our graduates experience a solid foundation of broad technical knowledge and a working understanding of all the major Engineering disciplines – an essential prerequisite for a successful career in engineering management. At the end of the 1st year, students will be invited to choose to either continue on their initial degree programme or to swap to any of the other engineering degree programmes on offer. We feel it is very important that our students are empowered to be able to choose the degree programmes that are most appropriate for their ambitions and goals and we recognise that those may change during your studies with us as you learn more about each discipline. Engineering at the University of Greenwich. Quality. Industry. Rigour. Who is this course for? Engineers are problem solvers by nature. They are curious, creative, innovative, and practical about how things work and the world around them. They have the desire to help people and improve the world around them. They are driven by the desire to make the best, the fastest, the most efficient, the most sustainable. Students on this degree programme will typically be those who are interested in how businesses can benefit from the application of engineering principles to all aspects of their operations. The ability to break a problem down into its components, identify, develop and evaluate possible solutions for those components, and then integrate again into a cohesive whole is a particular challenge. It is for students who see engineering in a much broader context than the traditional view of simply designing and building things. Fundamental engineering principles are applicable in a much wider range of contexts, especially management, and the degree programme in Engineering Business Management allows you to learn how they can be applied at an enterprise management level. If you have ever stood in a queue and thought “This queue would move so much faster if they organised the queue this way,” then this is the degree programme for you. Modular Structure for BEng YEAR ONE: Engineering Mathematics 1; Design and Materials; Practical and Experimental Skills; Engineering Professional Skills 1; YEAR TWO: Engineering Mathematics 2; Exploiting Capital and Managing Risk; Product Design and Development; Introduction to Manufacturing Systems; Accounting, Finance and Business Planning; Computer Aided Design; Strategic Management; YEAR THREE: Engineering Professional Skills 2; Individual Project; Engineering Management 2; Operations Management; Quality Engineering; Engineering Enterprise; Modular Structure for MEng YEAR ONE: Engineering Mathematics 1; Design and Materials; Practical and Experimental Skills; Engineering Professional Skills 1; YEAR TWO: Engineering Mathematics 2; Exploiting Capital and Managing Risk; Product Design and Development; Introduction to Manufacturing Systems; Accounting, Finance and Business Planning; Computer Aided Design; Strategic Management; YEAR THREE: Engineering Professional Skills 2; Individual Project; Engineering Management 2; Operations Management; Quality Engineering; Engineering Enterprise; YEAR FOUR: Group Industrial Project; Strategy and Management; Research Methodology; Global Engineering: Theory and Practice; Technology Enterprise; Advanced Principle of Supply Chain Management; Advanced Principle of Lean Manufacturing; Process Improvement Techniques; Operations Management; Modular Structure for Extended Programme YEAR ZERO: Engineering Project Design and Implementation; Professional and Personal Development; Introduction to Engineering Mathematics; YEAR ONE: Engineering Mathematics 1; Design and Materials; Practical and Experimental Skills; Engineering Professional Skills 1; YEAR TWO: Engineering Mathematics 2; Exploiting Capital and Managing Risk; Product Design and Development; Introduction to Manufacturing Systems; Accounting, Finance and Business Planning; Computer Aided Design; Strategic Management; YEAR THREE: Engineering Professional Skills 2; Individual Project; Engineering Management 2; Operations Management; Quality Engineering; Engineering Enterprise; Skills and experience gained The degree programme in Engineering Business Management aims to provide you with the knowledge, practices and skills that will allow you to design, develop and support industrially relevant solutions for a range of existing and emergent technical and management challenges. You will become an efficient and reflective practitioner who takes the initiative to identify emerging technologies and techniques, and who maintains your knowledge and skills within the fast-moving areas of process engineering, design and enterprise management, in particular. Your Engineering Business Management degree will enable you to identify and exploit new developments in technology and management practices, to experiment with new and existing techniques in designing and developing creative, innovative and effective solutions of all kinds to meet real-world needs. This degree programme offers a particularly wide variety of potential employment opportunities. [-]

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Petroleum)

Campus Part time 3 years September 2015 Australia Adelaide + 1 more

The Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Petroleum) builds a strong foundation of mathematics, physics, geology, geophysics, computer applications and engineering principles. [+]

Petroleum (natural oil and gas) is found in the tiny spaces between rock grains, deep below the earth's surface. Petroleum engineering is the practical application of physics, mathematics, chemistry and geology, combined with engineering and economic principles to the recovery of petroleum. Petroleum engineers are designers. They create, plan and supervise all aspects of petroleum recovery: helping to find oil and gas; assessing how much is there; designing the wells and processing facilities to get as much out as possible; supervising and optimising production operations and ultimately, planning for the abandonment of the project. All of these designs and operational plans must be economic and safe from a human and environmental perspective. A key feature of the University of Adelaide's petroleum engineering programs is the modern curriculum that integrates core petroleum engineering with geoscience and management. This focus leads to students equipped with skill sets that match both the needs of industry and the way it operates. Program Structure The Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Petroleum) builds a strong foundation of mathematics, physics, geology, geophysics, computer applications and engineering principles. Over the course of the program, the subjects studied change from more general engineering topics to very specific petroleum-related topics. There is also a focus on management and business-related aspects. This integrated structure makes the petroleum engineering teaching curriculum unique. In the first year, students study a range of engineering, mathematics and physics courses that are common to many branches of engineering. Students are also introduced to the petroleum industry and to the key geological, physical and chemical principles that govern recovery from petroleum reservoirs. In the second and third year, these areas of study are developed with the addition of a broader range of petroleum engineering and geosciences topics. In the fourth-year, students expand their technical knowledge and develop business skills such as economic evaluation and project management as well as undertake a final year project. Students are required to complete 12 weeks of approved practical experience. Career Opportunities Petroleum engineers are employed in a diverse range of occupations in oil and gas companies, government agencies and organisations that service the oil and gas industry. A graduate of this program could become a: reservoir engineer - evaluate field performance by undertaking reservoir modelling studies using sophisticated computer simulation, and explore opportunities to maximise the value of both exploration and production properties to enhance hydrocarbon production by determining the optimal petroleum recovery process and plan the number, type and location of wells and production facilities drilling engineer - work with geologists and reservoir engineers to apply the latest technology and innovation in drilling oil and gas wells. In this role, graduates may work on a rotating schedule at a rig site or supervise complex operations at remote sites. Drilling engineers may also have the opportunity to support well design, planning and rig operations (office-based) production engineer - oversee the daily management of oil and gas production operations to optimise oil and gas production. Production engineers are responsible for production equipment design, monitoring, evaluation and execution. Many managers in the petroleum industry started as petroleum engineers or geoscientists, and graduates could also go on to become commercial analysts or move into business development within the industry. Graduates with an interest in research could pursue an academic career or work for larger operators and service companies with their own research facilities. There are opportunities in teaching through academic careers or providing industry training. Other possible career opportunities include working as an oil and gas analyst for investment bankers or brokers, starting up your own company and/or working in government developing or regulating policy for the exploration, development and production of natural resources. [-]

Bachelor of Engineering (BENG)

Campus Part time 4 - 8 years September 2015 Australia Northern Territory

This course includes specialisations in chemical engineering, civil engineering, electrical and electronics engineering and mechanical engineering. Emphasis is placed on learning through project work with [+]

Bachelor of Engineering (BENG)

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Casuarina Campus External Studies

This course includes specialisations in chemical engineering, civil engineering, electrical and electronics engineering and mechanical engineering. Emphasis is placed on learning through project work with students being exposed to professional engineering practice through guest lectures by practising engineers, site visits and work experience.

CDU engineering courses were developed in consultation with industry representatives. Students graduate with a solid foundation of engineering studies as well as the advantage of an education that is directly aligned with industry requirements.

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Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering

Campus Part time 4 years September 2015 USA Montgomery

©Our <strong>ABET accredited program</strong> is structured to develop these skills by offering foundation courses in mechanical engineering such as thermodynamics, machine design, heat transfer, mechanical vibrations, control systems and materials science. [+]

Why study mechanical engineering at WVU Tech? Our program offers an excellent balance of analytical and applied coursework with an emphasis on practice-oriented lab experience. Design and laboratory experience are integrated throughout the program of study. Labs are equipped with traditional and modern computer-linked test equipment that prepare our graduates to effectively face the challenges of contemporary industry. Students that do well in math and physics tend to enjoy this program. How is our program different from similar programs at other universities? The program requires 134 semester hours of rigorous academic work for graduation. Students take a series of sequential courses in several areas and develop skills necessary to be successful mechanical engineers. The department also provides a path for a 2+2 aerospace engineering degree from WVU that leads to a Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering. Under this arrangement, a student interested in a BSAE degree from WVU, can start as a freshman at WVU Tech in mechanical engineering and complete the appropriate courses in four semesters before moving on to WVU. What co-op opportunities or internships are available? Hands-on experience comes in the form of the co-op program, internships and on-campus work study jobs. Students may start in their sophomore year to work and attend school alternating semesters for a maximum of five semesters of co-op or three semesters of internship under the guidance of a full-time program coordinator. The program also includes a mandatory, senior level, two-semester long design project (ME Systems Design I & II) in which students investigate current topics and build and/or write research reports on their work, some of which have been published in national technical journals. What opportunities are available for graduates? A degree in mechanical engineering prepares students for a variety of positions in industry, government and education. Recent graduates have pursued careers in large and small, national and international companies and the positions include: plant engineer, field engineer and design engineer. Graduates have also successfully completed graduate degrees. In order to prepare our students for real-world challenges, the mechanical engineering department at WVU Tech offers a practice-oriented education with a strong emphasis on hands-on experience. Our ABET accredited program is structured to develop these skills by offering foundation courses in mechanical engineering such as thermodynamics, machine design, heat transfer, mechanical vibrations, control systems and materials science. Courses such as English, mathematics, physics, computer science, the humanities and general engineering science supplement the mechanical engineering curriculum and technical electives are offered in energy and mechanical systems, enabling students to pursue advanced studies in their areas of interest. Engineers are builders and need to develop strong analytical and design skills. Our curriculum is structured so that meaningful design experience is included in several of the required and elective courses. Mechanical engineering students develop these skills systematically by successfully completing a series of sequential courses in statics, dynamics, mechanics of materials, fluid mechanics, dynamics of machinery, machine design and mechanical engineering systems design. Open-ended problems and multiple-solution design concepts are incorporated across the curriculum involving design assignments in thermal and mechanical systems. This process starts with the Mechanics of Materials course in the sophomore year and culminates with the capstone design courses (ME Systems Design I and II) at the end of the senior year. The capstone design courses provide students with an opportunity to apply previously acquired knowledge in areas that include mathematics, science, engineering, humanities, communications, ethics and economics. Our faculty also recognize the dynamic nature of modern technology in which changes are inevitable and the need for our graduates to be well-prepared to meet these challenges. The mechanical engineering curriculum is under constant review and modifications are introduced continuously in response to the changing needs of the industry and the job market. Program Objectives Consistent with the mission and the goals stated above and with input from the constituents of the mechanical engineering program, the following educational objectives have been adopted by the department. Graduates of the WVU Tech Mechanical Engineering program will: be successful in the practice of mechanical engineering advance to positions of technical and/or managerial leadership be successful in graduate studies, if they choose to pursue advanced education be able to obtain professional registration, if they choose to, after appropriate professional experience. be dedicated to life-long learning in their professional career Program Outcomes Consistent with the mission of WVU Tech and in compliance with ABET criteria, the Mechanical Engineering program at WVU Tech emphasizes the development of a well-rounded engineer with a strong background in mathematics, sciences, engineering analysis and design. Graduates of this program will be able to practice engineering as professionals or pursue graduate education and advanced studies. Upon graduation, they will be able to demonstrate: A knowledge of mathematics, sciences and fundamentals of engineering necessary for a successful career in engineering practice The ability to identify, formulate and analyze problems and develop solutions based on standard engineering norms and practices The ability to apply their analytical skills and creativity to investigate the adequacy of a design and to make design improvements where necessary The ability to conduct mechanical measurements; collect, evaluate and present experimental results; and design and build experiments to investigate engineering phenomena, including the analysis and interpretation of data A knowledge of and ability to use standard software and computing tools appropriate to their work A knowledge of safety practices in experimental work A knowledge of environmental requirements and constraints on engineering practice A knowledge and ability to design a mechanical system, component or process to meet desired needs The ability to function as a productive member of multi-disciplinary teams A knowledge of professional and ethical codes of conduct and responsibilities The ability to effectively communicate in oral and written forms A knowledge of the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context as a result of having a broad education The ability to recognize the need for and engage in life-long learning The ability to demonstrate a knowledge of contemporary issues The ability to work professionally in thermal and mechanical systems areas including the design and realization of such systems. 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Bachelor of Engineering Technology

Campus Part time 3 years February 2016 New Zealand Dunedin

Are you a hands-on kind of person who enjoys planning and problem-solving? Use those strengths to help shape your future within the Engineering industry. [+]

Best Part time Bachelors Engineering 2015. Are you a hands-on kind of person who enjoys planning and problem-solving? Use those strengths to help shape your future within the Engineering industry. Engineers are in high demand around the world for their skills and experience in combining engineering theory with the applied and practical components required in a range of industries. With hard work and a responsible attitude, you could set your sights on project management or consultancy roles in your particular fields. Gain skills in management, economics, communications, problem-solving and critical thinking, while developing a deep understanding of the principles and practical application of modern technology in your area of specialisation. During the third year, you will have the opportunity to participate in a significant industry-based project in order to gain experience within the workplace. This programme is a collaboration by New Zealand Metro Polytechnics and has provisional accreditation towards the Sydney Accord of the International Engineering Alliance from the Institution of Professional Engineers, which ensures it meets national and international standards. *Please note: Accreditation pending for year two and three of the electrical major. Please contact the School of Architecture, Building and Engineering for more information. International fee: $20,200 (first year) Skills required Good problem-solving ability Practical thinking Good computer skills The ability to plan, organise and adapt Excellent communication skills. Entry requirements International students will be individually assessed to ensure they meet degree-level entry requirements. As part of our selection procedure we prefer that you have completed the equivalent of Year 13 physics and mathematics (algebra or calculus). If English is not your first language, you must also demonstrate English language skills equivalent to an IELTS overall band score (academic) of 6.0, with no less than 6.0 in writing and speaking, and no less than 5.5 in reading and listening. You will study Choose to specialise in Civil Engineering or Mechanical Engineering. If you are interested in completing this qualification with a specialty in Electrical Engineering or Electronics, you may complete year one of your qualification at Otago Polytechnic. This programme is made up of core and elective courses. Each will focus on the design and implementation of engineering technology and will concentrate on the development of advanced critical thinking and problem solving activities for effective troubleshooting. YEAR ONE Develop skills in communication, management, mathematics, engineering science, basic electrical/electronic principles and basic engineering practices. Elective courses may be selected according to your area of specialty. YEAR TWO Continue to build on your selected major. YEAR THREE Undertake an industry-based project in order to gain experience within the engineering profession. Upon successful completion of this qualification, enter industry practice and then develop, demonstrate and maintain practical skills and professional competence. Your graduate career has the potential to develop as follows: Development stage Enter initial employment and develop competence for independent practice under supervision. Independent practice Practice independently as a competent engineering technologist benchmarked against the competence standard for registration as an Engineering Technology Practitioner (ETPract). You are now able to progress to Technical Membership of IPENZ (TIPENZ). Team leadership Take overall responsibility for the work of a team in which you are the most expert. Technical management Supervise the work of others who may have greater or wider competence. General management Become involved in management at an organisational level. You may no longer be directly involved with technical engineering technology activities. Further Engineering career opportunities: Research and development Technical support and application Education and communication Sales Quality and general management Technocratic roles in local authorities and government. Apply by 30 November and 30 June. Late applications will be considered if places are available. [-]

Bachelor in Engineering Science

Campus Part time 3 - 4 years September 2015 Australia Perth, WA

From building the world's largest man-made structures to its smallest electronic devices, from moving people across the globe to sustaining their local environment, engineering affects every aspect of our lives [+]

Bachelor in Engineering Science

From building the world's largest man-made structures to its smallest electronic devices, from moving people across the globe to sustaining their local environment, engineering affects every aspect of our lives. This major develops your intellectual, practical, scientific and project management skills along with your imagination, creativity, inspiration and communication.

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The Engineering Science major provides you with fundamental engineering knowledge and develops your scientific, communication and problem solving skills through a combination of theoretical foundations and practical, hands-on courses and industry projects.... [-]


Bachelor in Production and Economics in Engineering

Campus Part time 3 years September 2015 Czech Republic Prague + 1 more

Technology, Materials and Economy in Engineering [+]

Best Part time Bachelors Engineering 2015. Fields: Technology, Materials and Economy in Engineering Entrance Exams NON Entrance Requirements fully completed application form English language certificate Level of English TOEFL IB T 65/ TOEFL CBT 185 B2, FCE, IELTS 5.5 Scholarship not for the first year students [-]

Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering

Campus Part time 4 years September 2015 Czech Republic Prague + 1 more

Power and Process Technology [+]

Fields: Power and Process Technology Information and Automation Technology Environmental Engineering Computer Aided Design Entrance Exams NON Entrance Requirements fully compleated application form English language certificate Level of English TOEFL IB T 65/TOEFL CBT 185 B2, FCE, IELTS 5.5 Scholarship not for the first year students [-]

Bachelor in Civil Engineering

Campus Part time 4 years September 2015 USA Montgomery

Design is incorporated across the <strong>WVU Tech civil engineering curriculum</strong>, and the design experience begins early with some exposure in surveying and mechanics of materials courses. Design exposure continues in the junior and senior years with 11 courses having design components for a total of 20 hours of design. [+]

Best Part time Bachelors Engineering 2015. Why study civil engineering at WVU Tech? Designed to meet the demands of the industry, WVU Tech offers a practice-oriented program with small classes. The program has an emphasis in students’ preparation for the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam (FE Exam), a necessary step towards professional registration. Students that enjoy building, constructing and designing, and are interested in addressing environmental issues tend to enjoy this program. What opportunities are available for graduates? Civil engineering graduates pursue careers that engage them in the planning, design, construction and maintenance of bridges, buildings, foundations, dams, sanitary and solid waste disposal systems, highways, airport facilities, transportation systems, waterways, hydroelectric installations, pipelines, coal preparation and loading facilities, among others. Many of our graduates also go on to pursue graduate degrees. What do students say they enjoy most about the program? Many of our students participate in the WVU Tech Student Chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) which allows students to develop personal relationships with students and professionals that last beyond graduation. During the annual spring Virginias’ Conference, the ASCE Student Chapter competes with students from other engineering schools in several activities that include a concrete canoe race, steel bridge building contest, surveying competition, problem-solving contest, environmental design contest and the Hardy Cross presentation Design is incorporated across the WVU Tech civil engineering curriculum, and the design experience begins early with some exposure in surveying and mechanics of materials courses. Design exposure continues in the junior and senior years with 11 courses having design components for a total of 20 hours of design. The design component is completed with a capstone design course in which student teams are responsible for the completion of a comprehensive civil engineering project with oral and written presentations of the project. Meaningful design experience is also included in several of the required and elective civil engineering courses. Required courses and required elective courses which include significant design content are Hydraulic Engineering, Introduction to Environmental Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Construction Materials, Introductory Soil Mechanics, the required structural design elective (Structural Steel Design or Reinforced Concrete Design), the required geotechnical elective (Foundation Engineering, Groundwater and Seepage or Earthwork Design), the required environmental elective (Advanced Sanitary, Advanced Hydraulics, Engineering Hydrology or Solid Waste Management), the required transportation elective (Highway Engineering or Traffic Engineering) and Integrated Civil Engineering Design. The two additional electives (one CE course and one technical elective course) also must contain at minimum a total of two hours of design content. Integrated Civil Engineering Design requires students to completely design a civil engineering project encompassing several of the civil engineering disciplines and principles of project and/or construction management, cost analysis, estimating and scheduling.. Discussion and consideration of constraints such as economic factors, safety, reliability, aesthetics, ethics and social impact are incorporated as a normal part of most design courses. Aesthetics and social impact are stressed in the Introduction to Environmental Engineering course. Ethics, safety, social impact and professional issues are covered in the Senior Engineering Seminar course. Program Objectives WVU Tech civil engineering program graduates will: Obtain employment in the civil engineering field and will hold positions having significant professional responsibility. Obtain professional registration. Be prepared academically so that those who choose to pursue advanced studies will be successful. Be equipped to learn new skills as they progress in their careers and, as a result, will possess the capabilities to move to positions having increased leadership, mentoring, and management responsibilities. Student Learning Outcomes The Civil Engineering Department measures the achievement of civil engineering program educational objectives through alumni, employer and graduating student surveys and questionnaires. Program graduates will demonstrate: an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering. an ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data. an ability to design civil engineering projects or components of projects to # meet desired needs within realistic economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability and sustainability constraints. an ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams. an ability to identify, formulate and solve civil engineering problems. an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility. an ability to communicate effectively. the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental and societal context. an ability to engage in life-long learning. a knowledge of contemporary issues. an ability to use the techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice. an ability to apply sound safety practices in laboratory and design work. an ability to develop and manage budgets and schedules. These program outcomes are achieved through a solid grounding in mathematics, chemistry and physics along with a strong understanding of basic engineering principles. Students also receive broad exposure to the humanities and social sciences and an extensive development of the fundamentals of material science, environmental, geotechnical, hydrotechnical, structural and transportation engineering. Specialization in one or more branches of civil engineering is possible by a selection of civil engineering and technical electives during the junior and senior years. [-]

Bachelor in Engineering Science

Campus Part time September 2015 USA New Concord

Engineering Science is a modern, multidisciplinary engineering program designed to bridge the gap between scientific discovery and the production of new technologies. [+]

Engineering Science is a modern, multidisciplinary engineering program designed to bridge the gap between scientific discovery and the production of new technologies. By combining a broad foundation in engineering, mathematics, science and liberal arts with practical experience in designing, implementing, and reporting on real-world projects, a degree in Engineering Science is well-suited to meet the rapidly changing needs and opportunities in engineering and science-related career fields. Accreditation ABETThe Engineering Science program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET Mission Statement Graduates of the Engineering Science, Physics, and Physics Education programs offered by the Department of Physics & Engineering at Muskingum University will Engage in life-long learning. Be effective communicators. Be effective team members and leaders. Apply their education to diverse fields. Be successful professionals. Be socially engaged citizens. Muskingum University’s Mission Statement stipulates four goals for the educational program: intellectual, spiritual, social and physical development. The Engineering Science, Physics, and Physics Education goals support these goals by emphasizing four skill sets: critical thinking, positive action, ethical sensitivity and spiritual growth. These skills ultimately advance three ultimate outcomes: vocational productivity, personal satisfaction and social responsibility. [-]

Professional Bachelor of Environmental Engineering

Campus Part time 3 - 4 years September 2015 Lithuania Utena

To prepare a Professional Bachelor of Environmental Engineering which is able to apply the newest environmental protection technologies and preventative means, analyze and creatively apply acquired knowledge and constantly learn in the conditions of... [+]

Professional Bachelor of Environmental Engineering

Volume of the study programme 180 credits (ECTS) Level of the study programme College studies Language of instruction of a study programme Lithuanian/English Qualification to be awarded Professional Bachelor of Environmental Engineering Place of delivery of a study programme Faculty of Business and Technologies, Utena Mode and duration of studyFull time- 3 year; Part time -4 year.

Objective(s) of a study programme

To prepare a Professional Bachelor of Environmental Engineering which is able to apply the newest environmental protection technologies and preventative means, analyze and creatively apply acquired knowledge and constantly learn in the conditions of knowledge- based society.... [-]