Bachelor Programs in Engineering Management

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Engineering Management

A bachelor’s degree in engineering management may be for the student who wishes to pursue an undergraduate program that combines knowledge of the technical side of engineering with analysis of its social applications and ramifications.

When researching post-secondary degree programs, a student may ask, what is a Bachelor in Engineering Management? This course of study offers a wide base of classes geared toward fusing experiential knowledge of engineering with business management skills. A typical curriculum may include math and science courses such as calculus, physics and chemistry. There may be a focus as well on accounting, business finance, cost controls, team building and critical systems analysis. An undergraduate course may prepare graduates for civil, mechanical and electrical engineering leadership positions.

A primary benefit to this kind of degree program may be its range and flexibility for future career application. Blending a practical hands-on education in engineering with a deep understanding of management techniques and analysis may lend broad appeal to this kind of program across industries.

The fees associated with admissions and tuition may be different depending upon the program. The best way to find out about costs is to contact the institution directly.

The graduate with a bachelor’s in engineering management may be poised to begin a career path in project management, as a quality assurance manager, manufacturing engineering manager, systems engineering manager or value engineering manager. There are many opportunities as well in professional licensing and certification training. A degree in engineering management may be ideal for a position in project analysis, operations or quality control. A critical thinking and communications background may be useful for a career in sales, marketing or in human resources.

A degree in engineering management may open paths to a variety of stimulating careers. It has international relevance for students who desire to bridge hard science and communication skills in service to creating and maintaining production techniques with positive impact. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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BEng Civil Engineering

Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University
Campus Full time 3 - 4 years September 2017 China Suzhou

This programme provides graduates with a strong foundation for a career in civil engineering, together with quantitative and transferable skills which may be applied in a wide variety of industries. [+]

Bachelors in Engineering Management. Overview The BEng Civil Engineering programme prepares graduates for a career in civil engineering, as well as giving them quantitative and other transferable skills that may be applied in a wide variety of industries. The programme is uniquely positioned to take advantage of China’s economic transformation and unprecedented urbanisation to educate technical professionals that have an international outlook and that can meet the industrial development requirements of the next century. Students will be introduced to both the theory and practice of design and construction. Graduates of this programme, as with all XJTLU undergraduate programmes, will earn two degrees: an XJTLU degree from the Chinese Ministry of Education and a globally recognised degree from the University of Liverpool, a member of the Russell Group of leading UK universities. ACCREDITATION BEng (Hons) Accredited CEng (Partial) This degree is accredited as: 1. fully satisfying the educational base for an Incorporated Engineer (IEng). 2. partially satisfying the educational base for a Chartered Engineer (CEng). A programme of accredited Further Learning will be required to complete the educational base for CEng. See www.jbm.org.uk for further information and details of Further Learning programmes for CEng. Unique selling points of the programme Knowledge and skills By the time you graduate from the BEng Civil Engineering programme, you will: • be able to undertake a civil engineering design project (given clearly defined requirements and constraints) • understand the principles of project management and be able to allocate project resources effectively • understand and be able to apply modern construction practices • be able to critically apply a range of qualitative and quantitative techniques relevant to the analysis and solution of civil engineering problems. Modules: Year One UK degrees are three years long whereas in China they are four, therefore we do accept students with certain qualifications directly into Year Two, which is the start of the main academic programme. Most students, however, enter into Year One, which provides you with a range of interesting modules, language classes and core skills for your degree. Modules: Year Two In Year Two, you will be introduced to the core subjects that are essential for all civil engineers. • Design for engineers • Engineering mathematics • Introduction to management • Solids and structures • Fluid mechanics • Geology • Engineering skills • Surveying • Introduction to materials. Modules: Year Three Year Three will help to develop your knowledge further in order to apply this to practical design and construction projects. • Construction methods • Engineering structures • Reinforced concrete and steelwork • Numerical methods • Hydraulics • Water resources engineering I • Civil engineering project management • Basic soil mechanics • Capstone design I • Construction materials • Structural behaviour and modelling. Modules: Year Four In the final year, you will undertake an individual project of an investigative nature across two semesters. • Environmental studies • Foundation engineering • Structural dynamics • Advanced soil mechanics • Structural steelwork, timber and masonry • Construction management • Earthquake engineering • Capstone design II • Water resources engineering II • Final year project. Career prospects BEng Civil Engineering graduates are typically employed as graduate trainees within major civil engineering consultancies, contracting organisations or utility companies. Some will use their analytical, communication, management, business and IT skills to pursue a career outside the engineering profession. The programme also provides a sound basis for further graduate study in the field of civil engineering. [-]

Bachelor in Electrical and Electronic Engineering

HAN University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Netherlands Arnhem

How can sustainable energy be generated more efficiently for the power grid? How can machines and devices be made smarter and more user-friendly? How can new technologies like the electric car and the e-step be further developed? Electrical engineers work on these kinds of challenges every day. [+]

How can sustainable energy be generated more efficiently for the power grid? How can machines and devices be made smarter and more user-friendly? How can new technologies like the electric car and the e-step be further developed? Electrical engineers work on these kinds of challenges every day. Are you up for the challenge? The bachelors course in Electrical and Electronic Engineering at HAN will give you the innovative edge that sets you apart from the rest. What can you expect? The bachelor course in Electrical and Electronic Engineering is a 4-year full-time degree course that trains you to become a developer in one of two main fields: Industrial and Power Systems Embedded Systems Later in your career you can develop further in the field as a specialist, consultant or project manager. Motivated students from all over the world HAN's Bachelors course in Electrical and Electronic Engineering attracts motivated goal-oriented students like you from all over the world. Our study programme gives you the required theoretical and practical expertise together with necessary market information and insight to stay on top. Lecturers with experience in the field Our lecturers have worked as researchers and in commercial enterprise. Some are currently still working in the field, which ensures that you get the most up-to-date information and techniques! Career opportunities As an electrical engineer, you will be an independent professional equipped to work in different industrial settings. Some examples of international companies you could work for in the Netherlands: TenneT, one of Europe’s top five electricity transmission system operators Liander, a regional grid operator in the Netherlands NXP, Nedap or Thales, all Dutch companies operating internationally Course Overview Electrical and Electronic Engineering is the international and English-language equivalent of the degree course offered in Dutch. Except for the language of instruction, the two study programmes are identical in terms of both content and level. Introduction to electrical engineering In your 1st year, you will get an introduction to the wide field of electrical engineering. You will learn about fundamental theories and apply your new knowledge in small group projects, which deal with problems from the field. These projects help you to develop your problem-solving and communication skills. They also give insight into current issues that are relevant to professional practice. Putting your knowledge to work You will put your knowledge to work throughout the course. For example, during projects with students from other Engineering domains such as mechanical engineering and industrial design. And in your 3rd year you will further deepen your knowledge and experience by embarking on a 6-month work placement. The faculty has close ties with companies such as TenneT, Thales, NXP and more. You might do your work placement there, or at other companies in the field. Academic year The academic year starts in September and ends in June. It is spread over 42 weeks and is divided into two semesters each divided into two blocks. You take exams, write reports and give presentations at the end of each term. Your course instructors will evaluate your work each semester and advise you on your progress. They will also coach you so that you can achieve the best results possible. Academic progress Students can obtain a maximum of 60 European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) credits per academic year. After the first year students must have gained 37.5 credits in order not to get a Binding Negative Study Advice (BNSA). A BNSA means that you cannot continue your studies in your Bachelor program. HAN is required to report to the Dutch Immigration and Naturalization Service (IND) on the BNSA of the students holding a residence permit for study purposes. This has consequences for your residence permit. Diploma Supplement A candidate who is awarded a diploma on completion of the final assessment, will receive an English-language Diploma Supplement. The Diploma Supplement is set up in accordance with the format determined by HAN's Governing Board and with the additional regulations determined by the Board of Examiners and/or faculty management. A Diploma Supplement includes the name and signature of the president of the Board of Examiners and an official HAN University of Applied Sciences stamp. The Board of Examiners ensures that a copy of the Diploma Supplement is filed and kept indefinitely. [-]

Bachelor of Engineering

Lane Community College
Campus Full time Part time 4 years September 2017 USA Eugene + 1 more

Engineers use their imagination and analytical skills to invent, design, and build things that matter. They are team players with independent minds who ask, "How can we develop a better recycling system to protect the environment, design a school that can withstand an earthquake, or create cutting-edge special effects for the movies?" By dreaming up creative and practical solutions, engineers are changing the world all the time. [+]

Bachelors in Engineering Management. What is Engineering? Engineers use their imagination and analytical skills to invent, design, and build things that matter. They are team players with independent minds who ask, "How can we develop a better recycling system to protect the environment, design a school that can withstand an earthquake, or create cutting-edge special effects for the movies?" By dreaming up creative and practical solutions, engineers are changing the world all the time. Some of the Fields of Engineering Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Industrial, Manufacturing, Computer, Chemical, Aerospace, Environmental, Transportation, Biomedical, Materials, Nuclear, Petroleum, Forest, Ocean, Water Resources, and Bioengineering. Career Prospects Most branches of engineering offer a wide variety of well-paying, interesting employment opportunities throughout the world. Some jobs emphasize outdoor field work, such as construction site activity or ocean floor or aerospace exploration and research. Other jobs might focus on design of ordinary objects for daily use or on medical technology. Many positions utilize computers for analysis and problem solving. Often, engineers move into responsible management positions or consulting work after several years. For specific salary information, contact Lane's Career and Employment Services office, or search the internet using "engineering salaries." Why Study Engineering? Do you want to invent things? Solve problems? Improve the world? Successful completion of an engineering major guarantees you a solid background in mathematics and the physical sciences, as well as exposure to the social sciences and liberal arts. The Lane experience of pursuing an engineering degree is exciting and interesting, and provides tremendous flexibility in choosing a career direction. Sometimes an engineer or engineering student becomes interested in another area of work or study, such as medicine, law, education, or business management. The analytical and problem-solving skills developed while pursuing an engineering degree transfer well to these and other disciplines. Why start your engineering education at Lane? History Since 1980, students from Lane have transferred to universities throughout the United States to complete their engineering education. Many have gone on to earn advanced degrees in graduate school. Former students have achieved academic and professional success and are now working as professionals throughout Oregon and the nation. What Former Lane Students Say About the Program "The education I received at Lane provided excellent preparation for upper division engineering courses. I would do it again and encourage other potential engineers to follow a similar path." —Nathan Mead, Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering, University of Utah; M.S., B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Oregon State University; and now Professor at the Oregon Institute of Technology "The quality of Lane's courses is the same as what I experienced in my graduate level classes at Berkeley." —Brad Larsen, M.S. Civil Engineering, University of California, Berkeley; B.S. Civil Engineering, Oregon State University Advantages of Lane's Engineering Program Students in our program usually transfer directly into junior year (upper division) professional programs at a university of their choice. Lane offers quality, university-level instruction at tuition rates lower than those of university programs. Lane has small classes (usually fewer than 30 students). The student population in the program is diverse in age, experience, and cultural background. This provides a rich learning environment. The program has faculty with professional engineering backgrounds and years of college teaching experience. All faculty have graduate degrees and are available, helpful instructors. New facilities: a new mathematics and science building provides state-of-the-art classrooms and laboratories. We have close working relationships with engineering professional programs at universities in Oregon. The mission of the engineering transfer program is to prepare students for their transition to a four year university. Lane has a proven record of success. [-]

Bachelor of Construction Engineering (BEng)

Häme University of Applied Sciences (HAMK)
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Finland Hämeenlinna

A degree completed in English provides construction engineers with good language skills and international know-how, making it possible to work anywhere in the world. [+]

HAMK: Higher Education with a Professional Profile​​ About the Program The Construction Engineering degree programme allows students to focus on structural engineering or environmental technology. At HAMK, structural engineering focuses on steel construction. Steel Constructions studies include mechanics, mathematics, technical drawings and CAD. Understanding of the structures, and 3-D visualization skills will develop during the studies. During the studies (Steel Constructions) it is possible to achieve credits required by A-class structural engineer qualifications: Structural mechanics – 16 credits Concrete construction and technology – 8 credits Concrete structure engineering – 8 credits Steel structure engineering – 8 credits Wood structure engineering – 12 credits Construction physics – 5 credits Demand for international construction experts is increasing continuously in international construction projects in Finland and abroad. ​In addition to houses, construction engineering is applicable in our built-up environment to traffic corridors and water and waste management, for example. The tasks of engineering graduates may be related to the construction of new premises and to the repair of existing structures in engineering or project management in Finland and abroad. Daily tasks may involve design, product development, supervision in an official capacity, or trading. Construction professionals constantly monitor developments in the sector, they are familiar with the latest design and production techniques and can manage modern management techniques, and they are capable of applying them to practical situations at work. Construction engineers must have a view of the entire construction process in addition to their speciality. Work requires, in addition to professional knowledge management, problem-solving abilities, financial thinking, management skills, cooperation skills, IT skills and language skills. A degree completed in English provides construction engineers with good language skills and international know-how, making it possible to work anywhere in the world. There are additional possibilities to study abroad by completing a Double Degree, partly at HAMK and partly at Danish VIA University College. Students can also choose to study a part of their degree in Finnish in HAMK's Finnish- language construction engineering programme. Structural Engineering ​1st year 2nd year 3rd year ​4th year ​Orientation to Engineering studies, 15 CR ​Basics of Structural Design, 15 CR ​Renovation, 15 CR ​Profiling Module, 15CR ​Basics of Construction, 15 CR ​Residential Buildings, 15 CR ​Steel Structures 1, 15 CR ​Thesis, 15 CR ​House building, 15 CR ​Commercial Buildings, 15 CR ​Steel Structures 2, 15 CR ​Free timing ​Basics of Civil Engineering, 15 CR ​Reinforced Concrete Structures, 15 CR ​Timber Structures, 15 CR ​Work Placement, 30 CR Environmental Technology ​1st year 2nd year 3rd year ​4th year ​Orientation to Engineering studies, 15 CR ​Basics of Structural Design, 15 CR ​Monitoring, 15 CR ​Profiling Module, 15CR ​Basics of Construction, 15 CR ​Worldwide Enviromental Engineering, 15 CR ​Water Supply, 15 CR ​Thesis, 15 CR ​House building, 15 CR ​Energy in Construction Technology, 15 CR ​Waste Water, 15 CR ​Free timing ​Basics of Civil Engineering, 15 CR ​Waste Management, 15 CR ​Remediation, 15 CR ​Work Placement, 30 CR In the Environmental Technology studies good writing skills are important. Students also give many presentations. Mathematics is an important part of these studies. Environmental Technology students study for example chemistry, legislation, waste management, waste water treatment and water supply. Study modes Keeping students central is our principle in everything we do. In Construction engineering students will study together in weekdays monday to friday between 8-16. Studying is equivalent to working at a job: the student is present and works together with others in a diverse way. Daily learning situations could be: Traditional classroom learning. Laboratory work and exercises. Learning by doing practical exercises, projects etc. Learning at the workplace – projects from working life, an internship etc. E-learning at home or anywhere. [-]

Bachelor's Degree in Engineering Sciences

University of Tor Vergata
Campus or Online Full time 3 years September 2017 Italy Rome

Plan 36 months of your life to get a new Bachelor's Degree in ENGINEERING SCIENCES (at Tor Vergata, since 2010 ) [+]

Bachelors in Engineering Management. Bachelor's Degree in Engineering Sciences Plan 36 months of your life to get a new Bachelor's Degree in ENGINEERING SCIENCES (at Tor Vergata, since 2010 ) (3 years/180 credits) characterized by: International environment (all lectures are taught in English); Strong background in basic sciences (mathematics, physics, chemistry, informatics); Excellent preparation in mechanics and electronics; Highly flexible curriculum: 30-credit packages are offered, that grant access to their respectively Master's Degrees in Engineering (taught in italian), without debts. For "Automazione", "Gestionale" and "Informatica" the access to the Master's Degree is subject to an evaluation of the background and ECTS debts can be assigned. class I9 course K73 Mathematical Engineering (taught in English) ICT and Internet Engineering (taught in English) Admission ADMISSION FOR ITALIAN STUDENTS You are supposed to apply for an admission test(ONLY FOR ITALIAN STUDENTS) in this time: July-August 2017 The TEST will take place on campus at the beginning of September (September, 2017) Student's Guide Italian citizens holding a foreign qualification info from: www.study-in-italy.it ADMISSION FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS (non-EU citizens outside Italy) ASSESSMENT from the 1st of February, 2017 to the 30th of May 2017. NEW deadline 30th June!! (NOT for student enrolled at other Italian Universities, who only need to move to Tor Vergata) Make the ASSESSMENT - more INFO (ONLY FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS) Wait for our replay in order to schedule a date for an interview by skype, with Prof. Roberto VERZICCO. You will be selected on the basis of your curriculum and knowledge of the English language. If selected, you must contact the Italian Embassy in your country to make the pre-enroll (deadline 30 may 2015). When you come to Italy the "International Students Office" will show you the registration procedures. (the first installment is to be paid in November, and the lessons start in October) info on "stay permit": Please remember that all non-EU students who obtain a visa for study reasons must apply for a stay permit no later than 8 days after their arrival. Foreign Students (non-EU citizens) Transfer from other italian Universities In case a foreign student, already enrolled at an Italian university, has given up his studies and requires a new registration at the same or another university, he can not use the stay permit for study purposes released during the previous registration. The formalization of the abandonment of studies determines the disappearance of the requirements for residence in the territory of the State and consequently, the revocation of the license. The student must return to his country to ask for a new resident permit for study. Tuition Fees Students have to pay the regular University tuition fee that varies between € 458 (in case of family income less than €6.500per year) and € 1.902 (in case of family income greater than €84.000 per year). The fee does not cover the costs of residential accommodation, transport, food or study materials. In addition to this fee, students have to pay the annual Course specific tuition fee of € 1.000 (with or without lazioADISU scholarship). !!! Pay particularly attention to this ADDITIONAL FEE (€ 1,000 per year) go to http://delphi.uniroma2.it/ _______________________________________ BANDO for scholarship (LAZIOADISU) deadline of July 28, 2017 [-]

Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering

University of Nevada, Reno
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Reno

The bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering is broadly designed to accommodate a variety of career goals. Students take a core of required courses in engineering, the humanities, mathematics and science, as well as supplementary elective courses. These courses introduce basic engineering science and design concepts and provide students with the opportunity to develop specific career interests in sub-fields of mechanical engineering such as renewable energy, nanotechnology or biomedical engineering. [+]

The bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering is broadly designed to accommodate a variety of career goals. Students take a core of required courses in engineering, the humanities, mathematics and science, as well as supplementary elective courses. These courses introduce basic engineering science and design concepts and provide students with the opportunity to develop specific career interests in sub-fields of mechanical engineering such as renewable energy, nanotechnology or biomedical engineering. Our nationally ranked program gives students the chance to work closely with distinguished faculty and get hands-on experience as they move from building Lego cars as freshmen to designing a capstone project of their own choosing as seniors. Students can take advantage of two teaching labs as well as a full-service machine and welding shop used for student projects and research equipment. Related Degrees and Programs Mechanical Engineering, Minor Mechanical Engineering, Master of Science Degree Mechanical Engineering, Doctor of Philosophy Degree What Will I Learn? Successful engineering students arrive at the University with a strong background in math and science. We recommend students have taken physics and chemistry courses in high school and are prepared to take calculus as freshmen. Our program teaches you to apply your math and science knowledge, along with a creative approach to problem-solving and design, to the development of basic mechanical engineering systems. Graduates of the bachelor's degree program should have the following skills: Proficiency in entry-level mechanical engineering analysis and design Ability to define, design, execute and analyze experiments with minimal supervision Ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing Graduates are prepared to pursue further professional study in mechanical engineering or related areas, or in medicine, business or law. Requirements Coursework in the mechanical engineering major focuses on math, science and engineering. Students complete courses on a range of mechanical engineering topics as well as relevant topics in other engineering disciplines. During the senior year, students have a chance to pursue electives on areas of interest within mechanical engineering. These electives must include a course/lab combination covering one of the following topics: Thermodynamics Intermediate heat transfer Cooling electronic equipment Advanced mechanics Intermediate dynamics Mechanical vibrations Intermediate fluid mechanics As seniors, mechanical engineering majors round out their design experience with two capstone classes. Students learn to synthesize design considerations ranging from the economic to the ethical as they create and optimize mechanical systems. Throughout the year, students work in teams to build a marketable design project. Students must also take the Fundamentals of Engineering Examination administered by the Nevada Board of Professional Engineers. The FE exam is generally taken during the spring of your senior year. Register for ENGR 490 in order to have the exam recorded on your transcript. Career Options Mechanical engineers may play a role in the design or construction of anything that moves, from tiny motorized devices to airplanes and rocket ships. Because mechanical engineering is such a broad field, graduates can look forward to diverse employment prospects and strong demand for their skills. A 2012 survey by the National Association of Colleges and Employers placed mechanical engineering at number five on its list of the top 10 bachelor's degrees for 2013. Mechanical engineers can also specialize in sub-disciplines ranging from biomedical to fluid/thermal sciences to materials. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, new technologies such as alternative energy sources and nanotechnology may drive much of the growth for mechanical engineers in coming years. Additionally, many mechanical engineering careers offer highly competitive salaries, even to bachelor's degree holders. According to a 2011 report from Georgetown University's Center on Education and the Workforce, mechanical engineering majors had a median salary of $80,000, which ranked among the top salaries for all majors. [-]

Bachelor of Engineering

University of Southern Indiana
Campus Full time January 2017 USA Evansville

The degree programs offered through the Department of Engineering include a foundation in mathematics, physics, chemistry, and communications upon which the technical education is built. To complement the student's area of technical specialization, the curricula contain technical writing, public speaking, social science, and humanities. [+]

Bachelors in Engineering Management. A flexible, well-rounded program of study. The degree programs offered through the Department of Engineering include a foundation in mathematics, physics, chemistry, and communications upon which the technical education is built. To complement the student's area of technical specialization, the curricula contain technical writing, public speaking, social science, and humanities. The Bachelor of Science in Engineering program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org. The Industrial Supervision program includes business and management courses to prepare graduates for supervisory positions. The Advanced Manufacturing Program is a technology-based degree that prepares students for positions in high tech manufacturing. Co-op Experience A cooperative education program is available for interested students. The co-op experience is designed to assist the student in developing an understanding of human relationships and in learning to work with others as a member of an engineering team. Individual growth is enhanced by the realization that, in addition to demonstrating theoretical knowledge, one is also learning to become an integral part of the working community and developing an awareness of the interrelationship between the academic and professional worlds. On the job and at the University, the co-op student obtains first-hand knowledge of professional practices, expectancies, and opportunities. At the same time, the student is offered a realistic test of career interest and aptitude. Participation in this program enables the student to make a more intelligent selection of a position after graduation. Majors Advanced Manufacturing Engineering with the following emphasis areas Civil Electrical and Computer Industrial and Manufacturing Mechanical Mechatronics Industrial Supervision Programme description [-]

Bachelor of Science in Engineering

The University of Tennessee at Martin
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Martin

The Department of Engineering College of Engineering and Natural Sciences at the University of Tennessee at Martin offers a Bachelor of Science in [+]

The Department of Engineering College of Engineering and Natural Sciences at the University of Tennessee at Martin offers a Bachelor of Science in Engineering The program - incorporates engineering design and competitive teamwork throughout the curriculum - provides small class sizes, personalized attention from faculty and staff, and the opportunity for a hands-on engineering educational experience; - is implemented with a course schedule that is taylored to the needs of the individual student, with personalized advising throughout the educational experience. Concentrations Civil Engineering Civil Engineering designs and supervises the construction of the physical and naturally built environment, including works such as bridges, roads, canals, dams, buildings, airports, tunnels, and other large facilities. Civil engineering is one of the oldest engineering disciplines which can be categorized into several sub-disciplines including construction, environmental, transportation, structural, geotechnical, and water resource engineering. Our graduates work for government, state, or local municipal agencies or for private engineering firms. Electrical Engineering Electrical engineering is an engineering discipline that designs, develops, tests, and supervises the manufacture of electronic and electrical equipment, including electric motors, lighting, wiring in buildings, radars, computers, consumer electronics, aircrafts, and telephones. Currently, many electrical engineers also work in areas of computer design and programming. Electrical engineering can be categorized into several sub-disciplines including power, control, signal processing, telecommunications, electronic, and electromagnetic engineering. Our graduates work for local and regional power companies, defense contractors, electronic design firms or in manufacturing-related companies.   Industrial Engineering Industrial engineering is an engineering discipline that studies and determines the most effective ways to maximize efficiency of production and services, including financial planning and cost analysis, management of organization, product requirements, manufacturing design, and information systems. Similar fields include Operations Research, Management Science, Financial Engineering, Supply Chain, Manufacturing Engineering, and Engineering Management. Our graduates work for manufacturing companies at both the regional and national levels. Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering is an engineering discipline that designs, develops, manufactures, and tests machines, engines, tools, and mechanical systems, including internal combustion engines, steam and gas turbines, machine tools, motor vehicles, aircraft, robots, and air-conditioning equipment. Mechanical engineering is one of broadest of engineering disciplines. It requires a solid understanding of core concepts including mechanics, kinematics, thermodynamics and energy. Our graduates work for defense contractors, manufacturing firms, automobile designs and supplies, and private engineering firms. [-]

Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering

University of Derby
Campus Full time Part time 2 - 5 years September 2017 United Kingdom Derby + 1 more

Become one of the elite of the engineering profession – a Chartered Engineer (CEng). This degree is accredited by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) on behalf of the Engineering Council for the purposes of partially meeting the academic requirement for registration as a Chartered Engineer. [+]

Bachelors in Engineering Management. Why choose Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering? Become one of the elite of the engineering profession – a Chartered Engineer (CEng). This degree is accredited by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) on behalf of the Engineering Council for the purposes of partially meeting the academic requirement for registration as a Chartered Engineer. You can work on exciting extra-curricular projects such as the Shell Eco-marathon. The Mechanical Engineering Shell Eco Team were recently awarded with a sponsorship for £9,000 to build the prototype ethanol vehicle for the 2016 competition. You can gain valuable experience on an optional work placement. Alternatively, you can study our four year BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering with Industrial Year course. You'll learn from academic staff with extensive industrial experience. About this course You'll specialise in modules essential to a modern mechanical engineer, such as Computer Aided Design, Structural analysis, Vibration and Dynamics and Thermofluids. Plus you'll study specialist modules such as Computational Fluid Dynamics and Advanced Thermodynamics. The individual project module wil give you real experience of solving an engineering problem in industry. It's an excellent way for prospective employers to assess your skills for your first job or for career development. We encourage all second years to take a work placement in industry, which will also give you an additional qualification - the Diploma in Professional Practice. If you don't have the appropriate qualifications to start this course, you can study the Engineering and Technology Year Zero for a year first. A world leader in engineering Derby based engineering giant Rolls-Royce contributed £7.8billion towards the UK's GDP last year, and they have an order book worth more than £60billion which is ten times the size it was in 1992. Success of technology companies like Rolls Royce means that Derby is the UK's highest-earning city outside the South-East, with salaries at two-and-a-half times the national average. The company spends millions of pounds each year attracting the best available graduate talent and it employs more than 12,000 people in Derby, so you couldn't be better placed to start your engineering career. What you will cover You'll study a total of 120 credits per year. This will be made up of single or double modules. Careers and employability You could also go on to study our MSc Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering and work towards becoming a Chartered Engineer. [-]

BEng (Hons) Electric & Electronic Engineering (Advanced Standing)

University of Bolton - Ras Al Khaimah Academic Centre
Campus Full time 3 years August 2017 United Arab Emirates Ras Al Khaimah

The BEng (Hons) in Electrical & Electronic Engineering is an internationally recognised qualification that will give you the skills to develop a career in most areas of modern electrical and electronic engineering. [+]

This program is taught in the UAE The BEng (Hons) in Electrical & Electronic Engineering is an internationally recognised qualification that will give you the skills to develop a career in most areas of modern electrical and electronic engineering. You will study both the theoretical and practical nature of electrical and electronic engineering. There will be a significant emphasis on the application of electronics in the form of embedded systems – electronic systems that can be embedded in other products that are not necessarily electronic, such as cars, medical or other industrial systems. The course also covers cutting edge and emerging technologies. These include the smart grids that will form the next generation of electrical services worldwide as electrical grids are modernised, as well as body area networks – wireless networks of wearable computing devices that have many potential applications including inexpensive and continuous health monitoring. The final level of the course offers optional modules that will allow you to gain specialist knowledge in areas of applied electronics that are in significant demand in industry. These include areas such as digital signal processing, integrated circuit design, power systems, smart grids and renewable energies. About the course This area of engineering is well established at the University of Bolton with a history of more than forty years in various formats. The teaching staff bring extensive academic and industrial expertise to the course, incorporating their practical, applied and research oriented experience into the teaching programme. The course is different to many similar courses in that it has a much higher laboratory-based content. As a graduate of this programme you will be able to demonstrate that you will be of more immediate and direct benefit to potential employers than the theoretically-based students from competitor courses. Project work features significantly at each level of the course and is developed in a coordinated way to lead you from a first encounter with electrical and electronic design to undertaking a major individual project in your final year. Your project activity becomes the focus for the application of the diverse knowledge and skills that are developed during your course of study. The department offers industry-standard facilities, including a wide variety of CAD and design simulation software. Special features The course uses a wide variety of assessments including project based learning, assignments, and formal examinations. The module learning material will be made available on our virtual learning environment (Moodle) allowing you to support your face-to-face learning with study at a time and location to suit you. We also have dedicated application servers that host the CAD, simulation and software tools used throughout the course. Many of these software packages are available online, giving you the greatest flexibility possible in terms of where and when you can complete your assignments and projects. What you will learn You will learn the theories and principles of electrical and electronic engineering and their application to applied projects. Specifically during the first level of the course you will be taught the fundamental concepts of electrical principles, analogue and digital electronic engineering and embedded computer systems and programming. During the second level the same subjects are taught but at a higher level and more emphasis is placed on the design and implementation of small systems. Also new topics are introduced including instrumentation and control and signal processing. You will also study the fundamentals of communication theory given that this an essential background to the wireless applications that are becoming so prevalent in modern consumer and industrial electrical and electronic engineering. At the final level you will study one of four optional specialist modules and undertake an individual project. Throughout the course you will learn the principles of management and enterprise which are key skills for the graduate engineer. Learning is achieved through lectures, practical work and tutorials, supported by considerable hands-on use of computers and advanced technical equipment. The application of ideas, principles and techniques is emphasised by the use of experimentation and project work, together with relevant case-studies. What you will study Level 1 (Level HE4) Introductory Engineering Mathematics; Introductory Electrical Principles; Engineering Environment; Introductory Digital Electronics; Introductory Analogue Electronics; Introductory Embedded Systems. Level 2 (Level HE5) Engineering Modelling and Analysis; Instrumentation and Control; Intermediate Digital Electronics and Communications; Intermediate Electrical Principles and Enabling Power Electronics; Intermediate Embedded Systems; Analogue Signal Processing and Communications. Level 3 (Level HE6) Project; Management and Enterprise in Engineering; Electrical Machines and Power Electronic Drives; Engineering Electromagnetism. Optional modules (choose one): Digital Signal Processing; Integrated Circuit Design; Power Systems and Smart Grids; Renewable Energies. Entry requirements 240 UCAS points from at least two A2-levels (or equivalent) including mathematics, or successful completion of the Engineering Foundation Year. You should also have five GCSEs at grade C or above (or equivalent) including English, mathematics and science. If English is not your first language you will also normally need IELTS 6.0 (or equivalent). If you do not have the required English level, you can study English with us from IELTS 4.0 (or equivalent). [-]

Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering

West Virginia University | Institute of Technology
Campus Full time Part time 4 years September 2017 USA Montgomery + 1 more

©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. [+]

Bachelors in Engineering Management. 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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Electronic Engineering BEng Honours

University of Westminster - Faculty of Science and Technology
Campus Full time 3 - 4 years United Kingdom London

Electronic systems have become prevalent in modern society and are used in a wide range of applications such as in smart phones, intelligent robots, autonomous vehicles, satellite positioning systems as well as healthcare instruments. The course aims to provide an exciting, enjoyable and rewarding learning experience which will serve as a solid foundation for a professional engineering career. [+]

Electronic systems have become prevalent in modern society and are used in a wide range of applications such as in smart phones, intelligent robots, autonomous vehicles, satellite positioning systems as well as healthcare instruments. The course aims to provide an exciting, enjoyable and rewarding learning experience which will serve as a solid foundation for a professional engineering career. The strong mathematical and theoretical teaching approach of this course, coupled with its practical project work, will equip you with the know-how to become a professional electronic system designer or researcher. Course content The course develops engineers with a solid base in the fundamentals of analog and digital electronics, digital communications, signal processing as well as wireless systems. The course develops the skills necessary for the design, implementation and testing of electronic and microelectronic analog and digital circuits, embedded systems as well as modern data transmission systems. Project-based learning forms an integral part of the course, with project modules being highly valued by employers. These projects include the design, construction and testing of an analog voice-over amplifier, a maze-solving autonomous robot as well as a full-custom design and implementation of a digital system utilizing industry standard design tools. The projects are also designed to enhance your practical skills as well as develop your teamwork and project management skills. The course shares a common Year 1 with the Electronic and Electrical Engineering as well as the Computer Systems and Robotics BEng Honours degrees, and if you wish you can transfer courses at the end of that year. Teaching methods include lectures and seminars, laboratory work, group and individual projects and mobile learning. Assessments include formal exams, group work, written reports, presentations and posters. Year 1 (Credit Level 4) Subjects of study include: Analog Electronics Digital Systems Embedded Systems Project Engineering Programming Mathematics and Engineering Principles Signals, Systems and Communications Year 2 (Credit Level 5) Subjects of study include: Analog System Engineering Digital System Design and Implementation Professional Engineering Practice and Industrial Management Robotic Systems Project Signals and Communication Engineering Plus one option from: Electrical Engineering Principles Robotics Principles Industrial placement year You will have the opportunity to take a placement in industry between Years 2 and 3. This gives you practical experience in the workplace and a competitive edge in the job market. It also contributes to your professional development towards Chartered Engineer status. Year 3 (Credit Level 6) Subjects of study include: Analog Microelectronics Individual Project in Electronic Engineering Plus three options from: Algorithm and System Implementation Communication Systems Digital Signal Processing Design Embedded and Real Time System Architecture Professional recognition These courses are accredited by the Engineering Council and the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), enabling you, as a graduate, to become a Chartered Engineer after a period of professional experience. In the case of the BEng award, further study to MEng level is also required. [-]

BEng Civil Engineering

Edinburgh Napier University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 United Kingdom Edinburgh

Learn the fundamentals of civil engineering and the specifics of structural analysis, construction surveying, geotechnical engineering and relevant computer applications. [+]

Bachelors in Engineering Management. Learn the fundamentals of civil engineering and the specifics of structural analysis, construction surveying, geotechnical engineering and relevant computer applications. The world is full of infrastructure. As a civil engineer, you’ll be responsible for its design and construction. From bridges, roads and buildings to dams, pipelines and airports, you’ll learn the skills needed to develop the systems and structures that allow our society to operate efficiently. What you'll learn Combining mathematical and design skills, as well as communication and management abilities, a civil engineering role will appeal if you have an enquiring, technical mind and love problem solving. The Honours course is accredited by the Institution of Civil Engineers, the Institute of Highway Engineers, the Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation and the Institution of Structural Engineers. This degree is accredited as fully satisfying the educational base for an Incorporated Engineer (IEng). See www.jbm.org.uk for further information. You will study the same modules, and complete the same course work as a full-time student, but over a longer period of time. You’ll generally come in to University for one day per week, and a four-year Honours degree will take around six years to complete part-time. Careers Qualified and accredited civil engineers are in high demand for positions in companies and projects all over the world, and this course has been designed to meet the needs of employers. Career opportunities construction companies consulting engineering companies utility companies (e.g. water, electrical and gas) local / national government contractors You may also have the opportunity to continue on to further study at Masters and PhD level. Entry requirements Minimum Year 1 SQA Higher BBBC including Higher Maths. National 5 B in English. A Level CCC including Higher Maths. GCSE Grade B in English. Irish Leaving Certificate Pre 2017: B1,B3,B3,B3 at HL including Maths + OL English at B3 2017 onwards: H2,H3,H3,H3 at HL including Maths + OL Maths and English at O3. BTEC Extended Diploma MMM (Merit, Merit, Merit) in a related subject. GCSE Grade B in English. BTEC Diploma MM (Merit, Merit) in a related subject plus A-Level grade C. GCSE Grade B in English. International Baccalaureate 27 points overall with three HL subjects at grades 6, 5, 4 including HL Maths at 5. SL English at 5 points. Minimum Year 2 SQA Advanced Higher BBC including Maths A-levels AAB including Maths HNC Pass in a relevant subject with Grade B in the graded unit. Must include Mathematics for Construction (SCQF Level 6) and Maths for Civil Engineering (SCQF Level 7) or equivalent Maths modules. Minimum Year 3 HND Pass in a relevant subject with Grade BB at SCQF Level 8 in the graded units. Must include Maths for Construction (SCQF Level 6), Maths for Civil Engineering (SCQF Level 7) and Applied Maths for Civil Engineering (SCQF Level 8) or equivalent Maths modules. Irish Ordinary Degree 50% at first sitting in all final year subjects. DUT Pass DUT with overall grade 12 to include English at grade 11 in final year of studies. Minimum Year 4 Irish Ordinary Degree 60% at first sitting, with minimum 50% in all final year subjects. English language requirements If your first language isn't English, you'll normally need to undertake an approved English language test and our minimum English language requirements will apply. This may not apply if you have completed all your school qualifications in English. Tuition fees Students from 2016/17 2017/18 Scotland/EU £1,820 £1,820 England Wales and Northern Ireland £9,000 £9,000 Overseas £13,740 £13,900 [-]

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) Electronic Design Engineering (Top-up) (Awarded by Northumbria University, UK)

Management Development Institute of Singapore (MDIS)
Campus Part time 12 months August 2017 Singapore

As a graduate from this course you will probably be looking for managerial roles in the design and industrial engineering industry. Alternatively, you may choose to use your project management skills in the technology industry or build on the entrepreneurial part of the course to set up your own business... [+]

Objectives The programme aims to produce graduates who can: - Apply key electronic engineering concepts and design skills in the modern engineering environment. - Innovate and be creative in the design of new electronic products, devices or components. - Conduct experimental work and generate appropriate data to evaluate concepts and deepen understanding. - Draw upon a broad knowledge of engineering business practice and integrate design in a business context. - Demonstrate an understanding and apply the competencies required to create and operate a business. It is anticipated that students graduating from this programme will be able to take up a range of engineering roles and make immediate and valuable contributions to engineering businesses. Assessment methods The modules will be assessed either by coursework, examinations or a combination of both appropriate to the module objectives. Career Opportunities As a graduate from this course you will probably be looking for managerial roles in the design and industrial engineering industry. Alternatively, you may choose to use your project management skills in the technology industry or build on the entrepreneurial part of the course to set up your own business. Modules Project Management & Professional Development Microcontrollers in Embedded Systems Electronic Systems Design Principles of Wireless Mobile Networks Design Engineering Project Entry Requirements Applicants must be of age 18 and above and meet at least one of the following requirements: Relevant diploma from polytechnics in Singapore HND in Electrical and Electronic Engineering Recognised equivalent Additional Requirements Minimum C6 pass in English Language (EL1) at GCE ‘O’ Level or equivalent; Applicants who do not meet the English requirements are required to pass the following: Achieve a minimum of 79 points in the TOEFLiBT (Test of English as a Foreign Language internet based test) ; including the following minimum scores in the component skills tests: Reading – 18, Writing – 17, Listening – 17, Speaking – 20; OR A British Council International English Language Testing System (IELTS) score of 6.0 (or above) with a minimum score in each component of Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking of 5.5; OR Pearson Academic score of 54 (or above) with a minimum score in each component of Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking of 51; OR Minimum 50% in MDIS Professional Certificate in English (PCIE) Sit and pass the English Entrance Test conducted by MDIS with a minimum score of 50% Recognised equivalent [-]

Bachelor of Manufacturing Engineering (Manufacturing Process)

Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka UTeM
Campus Full time January 2017 Malaysia Melaka

The program is intended to fulfill the government’s aspiration to produce multi-skilled graduates in the field of science and technology. In this program, students will be educated with mathematical principles, engineering science and manufacturing technology. [+]

Bachelors in Engineering Management. Bachelor of Manufacturing Engineering (Manufacturing Process) was the first program offered in November 2001 together with the setting up of the Department of Manufacturing Process. The program is intended to fulfill the government’s aspiration to produce multi-skilled graduates in the field of science and technology. In this program, students will be educated with mathematical principles, engineering science and manufacturing technology. Students will be exposed to various engineering metallic & non-metallic material processing techniques. Graduates from this program are expected to have strong engineering background and skills required to build their career as Process Engineers, Production Engineers, Manufacturing Engineers, Sales Engineers, Machine Tool Designers and Manufacturing Engineering Consultants. [-]