Engineering (Mechanical with Business Finance) MEng

4 Year MEng Honours Degree

UCAS Codes
Institution: U80 Course: H1NH
Short title: MEng / EBF

Objectives

The Engineering with Business Finance (EBF) degree programmes which UCL offers are designed to produce engineering graduates with a well-founded understanding of economics, accounting and business practice. These skills are precisely those required by industry for graduates likely to be given significant managerial responsibility at an early stage in their career. The degree programmes also include significant elements of computing and management studies. Although not the primary objective, the programmes are also proving successful in training graduates for employment in the fields of commerce, banking and management consultancy. So often in the past, graduates employed in these areas have been ignorant of technology. This has been a major disadvantage as a large proportion of investments and management decisions involve buying or using technological products or knowledge. Graduates with an EBF degree have the ideal training to make or to advise on these decisions.

Obtaining Chartered Status

The MEng Engineering (Mechanical with Business Finance) fully meets the exemplifying academic benchmark requirements, for registration as a Chartered Engineer (CEng).

Further information


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If you require further information please contact our Undergraduate Administrator:

Victoria Kimmins
UCL Mechanical Engineering
University College London
Torrington Place
London
WC1E 7JE

Tel: +44 (0)20 7679 7178
Fax: +44 (0)20 7388 0180
ugadmissions@meng.ucl.ac.uk

This shows the degree structure confirmed for 2014-15. We are continually updating and improving our programmes so the content for 2015 onwards may differ. The degree programmes are organised on a course-unit basis, with four units taken in each year. These four units are achieved by a combination of lectures, tutorials, seminars, project work, design studies, practical computer work and laboratory experiments.

First Year
ENGSP101 Integrated Engineering MECH102P Mechanical Engineering Practical Skills
ENGS102P Design and Professional Skills
MECH103P Introduction to Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics
ENGS103P Modelling and Analysis
MECH104P Engineering Dynamics
MECH101P Introduction to Mechanical Engineering
MSIN1004 Accounting for Business
Second Year
ENGS201P Engineering Modelling and Analysis II MECH204P Mechanics of Solids and Structures
MECH105P Fundamentals of Materials
MECH206P Design and Professional Skills II (for Mechanical Engineers
MECH202P Control and Instrumentation
MSIN716P Managerial Accounting for Engineers (MAFE)
MECH203P Intermediate Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics
MSIN7022 Business Economics for Engineers
Second Year Options
NONE
 
Third Year
MECH301P Elasticity and Plasticity
MECH302P Vibrations and Control
MECH303P Advanced Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics
MECH205P Engineering Materials: Failure and Design
MSIN3017 Corporate Financial Strategy MSIN3011 Industrial Organisations
MECH304P Individual Project
 
Third Year Options
NONE
Fourth year
MECH401P Group Design Project
 MSINM001 Project Management
Option 1 (to be confirmed)
 
Option 2 (to be confirmed)
 
Option 3 (to be confirmed)
 
Multi-disciplinary option (to be confirmed)
 



Programme Summary
The MEng and BEng EBF degree programmes are comprised 75% of the corresponding MEng and BEng degree programmes in Mechanical Engineering combined with 25% of economics, accounting, and business practice.

The engineering subjects included in the first two years concentrate on fundamental theories.

The third and fourth years develop skills in applying the fundamental knowledge through project work and design assignments, while at the same time allowing students to choose topics that interest them and to study them in some depth.

For comprehensive details on UCL's application procedures and sources of funding  please click here - How to apply

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