Engineering Leadership and Management (CITY3020)
This module focuses on developing the critical knowledge and understanding of what parameterises and drives the breadth of engineering industries. In this context, students will develop the cognitive and employability skills necessary to be strategically critical and transformative in their future leadership and management of engineering.
Engineering Project Management (CITY3024)
This module enables students to develop critical knowledge and understanding of and the ability to employ project management theory in engineering context(s).
Professional Development in Engineering (CITY3028)
Undertaking a collection of short courses within this module enables students to track, document, synthesise, reflect on and evaluate their professional development in line with their learning in higher education. This professionally extends their development of their engineering knowledge and skills whilst assessing students’ ability to be critically transformative in respect to their career development.
Integrating Technologies for Contemporary and Future Engineering Sectors (CITY3032)
This module focuses on the integrating of mechanical, electrical and electronic, and computing technologies in the solutions that contemporary and future engineering sectors provide. Knowledge and understanding, as well as the abilities to synthesise technologies, employ through group work and showcase their engineered solutions will be addressed through this module.
Individual Engineering Project (CITY3117)
Work-based, industry-focused or academic independent critical inquiry of an engineering problem. A critical review of extant knowledge allows the student to identify a focus for their inquiry that may relate to either integrated technologies or mechanical, electrical and electronic or digital technologies as appropriate to their degree choice. The student is guided by an academic supervisor in seeking their work to be defensible by the evidence their review of extant knowledge and own empirical work provides.
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