The MSc in Systems Engineering Management consists of a taught component and a research component.
Delegates are required to take the four core modules and to select two further optional modules.
In any given year, all four core modules will be available with a selection of the optional modules. Modules are generally delivered as a single block week at UCL's main campus in London (Monday-Friday, 9:15am - 5:45pm, with an early finish on Friday), with the exception of the modules marked with asterisks on the modules page, which are delivered in a series of half-day sessions over the course of a term (also at UCL's main campus in London).
The teaching timetable is shown in the calendar below. Note that only the modules included in this calendar will be available in the forthcoming academic year.
A major research project must also be completed and written up. This counts for 42% of the overall MSc mark. In many cases, delegates will come up with an idea for a project based on issues they face in their working environments. In other cases, UCLse staff will help delegates to choose a research area where there is a common interest.
As well as the major research project, delegates must complete a smaller project (8% of overall MSc mark - equivalent to one taught module) which
reflects on how the material taught in the programme is relevant to industry. This could take the form of a case study or a report showing how lessons from the MSc taught material could be applied to the delegate's own organisation.
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