MSc Engineering Management
This Masters’s level programme equips you to be a leader in a technical team to deliver on time and on budget.
During the course of your studies, you will build on your technical background while adding business and management skills. These skills include project control, supply chain management, risk management and quality optimisation. You will also develop the soft skills of working with others and leading projects.
Your Master’s project will also involve a real-world project. It will include both a research and a practical element, and it is an opportunity to impress not only your academic assessors but also potential employers.
|No.||Code||Module Title||Credit Value|
|1.||CETM 08||Managing People and Project Leadership||4|
|2.||CETM 09||Project Risk and Quality Management||4|
|3.||CETM 11||Research Skills and Academic Literacy||4|
|4.||CISM 02||Decision Support for Management||4|
|5.||ENGM 1C||Engineering Operation Management||4|
|6.||ENGM 03||Advanced Maintenance Practice||4|
|7.||ENGM 91||Project Management and Control||4|
- Degree in Electrical / Electronic Engineering or Mechanical Engineering with min. CGPA 2.5 or Third Class Honours or equivalent
- Pass the Engineering Council Examination part III (EE or ME)
A Master graduate in engineering management would have the opportunity to gain access to general management positions in the engineering sector. As a manager, he will be tasked in supervising younger engineers and technologists as well as the usage of facilities and resources in carrying out engineering project management works. Alternatively, he can pursue an academic career in the university as a lecturer and researcher, in passing down knowledge and technology to the younger generation, as well as to extend his research studies in pursuit of a higher degree.