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MSc - Master of Science
Engineering Management Health Studies
Informed by the needs of industry, this course provides students with the opportunity to develop the strong communication and leadership skills that employers are looking for, and aims to provide an extension beyond undergraduate study for those embarking on, changing, or advancing their chosen career.
Areas of study include combustion and sustainable fuels, finance and accounting, energy systems, and risk management. Delivered by both Lincoln International Business School and the School of Engineering, the programme maximises the specialist knowledge within each School while ensuring a coherent delivery.
Teaching includes the use of real-life case studies, with the aim of enabling students to relate theory to practice across a range of business situations. Students will have the opportunity to take part in workshops led by business experts, visit companies to view current practices and engage in industry-based projects.
How You Study
Students are able to study a range of topics to develop a critical understanding of engineering and management theory. The course incorporates engineering and management core modules which every student must study. Students can then choose four optional modules, enabling them to tailor their learning to their individual background and career ambitions. Teaching is informed by real-world examples and students will be expected to participate in lectures, seminars, and workshops to examine, research, discuss, and debate topics.
How You Are Assessed
A variety of assessment methods are used for this course, based primarily on open coursework, in which students are able to access the resources that would be available to them after graduation. Formative assessment in the form of problem-based learning allow students the chance to assess and develop their own understanding in an individualised way with the aim of meeting their own personal learning needs and style.
The University of Lincoln's policy on assessment feedback aims to ensure that academics will return in-course assessments to students promptly usually within 15 working days of the submission date.
Career and Personal Development
MSc Engineering Management students are able to develop the strong communication skills and capabilities that employers are looking for in addition to leadership, negotiation and influencing, presentation, and self-awareness. The programme is aimed at those who wish to embark on, change, or advance their chosen career in engineering to management level.
For this course (per year)
For this course (per year)
Students need to have first or Second Class honours degree or equivalent industrial experience. This programme is aimed at graduates from a wide breadth of engineering disciplines and no previous experience in business and management studies is required. For those who have already studied a related discipline, this course offers the opportunity to progress your knowledge to an advanced level.