Industrial Engineering focuses on the systems and methods that provide products and services for organisations and their customers throughout the world. Industrial Engineers define, build, operate and improve production processes that transform resources into finished products. However, today, the Industrial Engineer is just as likely to be found working in a service industry, as it is increasingly being recognised that their skills are just as applicable to the problems of organisations that provide services. As companies face the challenges and opportunities offered by trading in an ever-more competitive global market, the demand for Industrial Engineers can only rise.
For those wishing to embark upon careers with an international focus, studying Industrial Engineering is likely to have special attraction, as the degree of Industrial Engineering is widely recognised throughout the world.
Engineering Analysis (Electrical)
Understanding Technological Organisations
Introduction to Solid Modelling
Health and Safety Management
Mechanics of Machines 1
Technology Operations Management
Design for Manufacture and Assembly
Sensors and Actuators
This course includes 12 months of integrated industrial training immediately after your second year. This, we strongly believe, enables you to apply what you learn on your course to the needs of an employer. We help you obtain your industrial placement, and satisfactory completion results in the additional award of a Diploma in Industrial Studies. The placement year is highly recommended and provides you with an increased prospect of sponsorship and enhanced graduate employment opportunities.
Graduates can expect an exciting and varied career, their skills and expertise highly regarded and applicable to industries and interests as diverse as health and medical technologies, climate change, energy, transport and aerospace, food and consumables production, and design and manufacturing for modern life.