Postgraduate Taught Courses
The UCL Centre for Systems Engineering (UCLse) offers three postgraduate masters degree programmes with some common elements and some elements specific to each programme.
There are many opportunities for students from the different programmes to interact, share experiences and build professional networks. Optional modules allow students to customise the programme to suit their interests and professional needs.
The Systems Engineering Management and Management of Complex Projects programmes can lead to Master of Science (MSc), Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip) or Postgraduate Certificate (PGCert) qualifications in Systems Engineering Management and Project Management. They have been developed for professional, experienced engineering managers to study part time while continuing to work full time. They are also available to full-time students who have relevant industrial experience.
The Technology Management programme leads to a Master of Science (MSc) qualification in technology management. It is studied full time and is suitable for graduates straight after a first degree as well as those in the very early stages of their careers.
UCLse has a long experience of successful space systems engineering through the activities of the Department of Space and Climate Physics (otherwise known as the Mullard Space Science Laboratory). Students on our degree programmes benefit from our industry derived experience coupled with the academic rigour that comes with a UCL degree. UCLse has an Industrial Advisory Board with members from a range of industry sectors to advise on the content of our programmes. Together with regular interactions with industry through the delivery of customised training the centre ensures the continued relevance of its programmes.
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