Originally developed with the Engineering Council, the Higher Education Funding Council England (HEFCE) and the Institute for Innovation in Sustainable Engineering (IISE), our Engineering MSc programmes are designed for you to achieve a work-based Masters degree by studying part-time, online alongside your current employment.
Ideal for people with experience in any engineering discipline, or from an analytical background* such as physics or geology, the MSc Advanced Materials and Additive Manufacturing course provides the opportunity to demonstrate your academic knowledge and develop your technical ability within a cutting-edge, high-tech industry.
Alternatively, studying our online MSc Professional Engineering course in a work-based learning environment means you can achieve an academic qualification whilst developing a professional portfolio. Together these combine towards evidencing your ability when obtaining the internationally recognised Charted Engineer (CEng) status.
*If you come from a non-engineering discipline, you may be required to undertake an introductory module to fully prepare you for this MSc programme.
To learn more about the online engineering courses, course modules, entry requirements, introductory modules and course fees simply follow the links below.