- The MSc Systems Engineering Management is accredited by the IET as a programme of further learning for registration as a Chartered Engineer. More information on the benefits of attending an accredited programme can be found on the IET website.
The EUR-ACE® framework and accreditation system provides a set of standards that identifies high quality engineering educational programmes in Europe and abroad.
The Masters programme will enable you to develop a powerful set of skills and knowledge, including:
- Key skills fully aligned with INCOSE's (International Council for Systems Engineering) core competencies and appropriate standards (e.g. ISO 15288)
- An integrated, interdisciplinary view of complex systems and an understanding of issues associated with their development, deployment, maintenance, upgrade and disposal
- An understanding of different systems' development lifecycle options and processes, and how to optimise these for a given project
- An awareness and understanding of the economic and organisational context within which systems are developed, including the limitations these can impose
- Necessary management skills and an understanding of the relationship between project management and systems development
- The ability to manage risk and the creation of robust systems
" I've actually become a systems engineering manager since undertaking this MSc ... [it's] been good for giving my employers confidence in my competence in systems engineering
Dan Jones, MSc Systems Engineering Management alumnus, class of 2014