Safety Engineering (Industry-Based) MSc
As engineering systems become more complex it is increasingly difficult to show that they will operate safely for their whole life. The programme addresses this problem by exposing students to the knowledge and techniques of safety engineering appropriate to a wide spectrum of industries.
It is suitable for those from a conventional engineering background who find themselves operating in a safety related industry, engineers in the early part of their careers, and those in senior management.
In addition to the generic safety modules, two modules deal with specific industries – Nuclear Engineering and Aerospace. Many high level industrial experts contribute to the course, as visiting speakers, and an important aspect of the course is a critical consideration of real accident case studies. Our graduates are much in demand.
The taught element of this course consists of eight modules in total; four per academic year. MSc students must submit an individual dissertation consisting of a substantial piece of literature-based research work in the area of study.
Modules:Engineering Research MethodsHuman Factors in SafetyNuclear Engineering Systems or Aerospace Engineering SystemsThe Design of Safety Critical SystemsNuclear Safety Environment or Aerospace Safety EnvironmentRisk AnalysisStrategic Safety Management
Optional modulesDecommissioning TechnologiesIntelligent ControlSystem Design and Modelling
- Aerospace Safety Engineering : PgCert
- Electronic Engineering : MSc
- Energy and the Environment : MSc
- Engineering : PhD
- Engineering (by research) : MSc
- Engineering Project Management : MSc
- Mechanical Engineering : MSc
- Mechanical Engineering : PGDip
- Mechanical Engineering with Project Management : MSc
- Nuclear Science and Engineering : PGCert
- Safety Engineering (Industry-Based) : PGDip
- Safety Engineering (Industry-Based) : PgCert
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For Entry: 2015
Director of Studies:Dr Richard Dawson.
Duration:24 months part-time (industry based).
Entry requirements:A second class honours degree, or its equivalent, in an Engineering discipline. HND or equivalent together with appropriate industrial experience may be considered. UK/EU students only.
IELTS:6.5 or equivalent.
Assessment:Coursework and examination and a dissertation.
Funding: All applicants should consult our information on fees and funding.
Duration: Part time 24 Month(s)
Phone: +44 (0)1524 592275
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