What you learn
Today’s consumer-led market is entirely dependent on the ability to manufacture interchangeable components at high volumes. As a result, the engineering sector requires leaders and strategic thinkers with an advanced understanding of management principles and the ability to oversee and analyse management processes and enterprise systems as a whole.
develop the ability to strategically identify and implement management principles and best practices to the operation of a forward-thinking engineering organisation
apply techniques such as Lean to improve efficiencies, eliminate waste and improve your organisation’s competitiveness and business efficiency as a result
understand how measures, philosophies, and cultures impact company performance and develop quality improvements from a technical and financial perspective
build awareness of relationships and logistical challenges within the supply chain and deal with the implications of pricing and purchasing policies
learn proven project management techniques and strategies such as Agile, Prince2, and ITIL to develop new production processes
- gain the skills and knowledge you need to be a successful Engineering Manager.
Hear from Programme Director Nathaniel Brown about what sets this masters degree apart: