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MSc in Engineering

This MSc allows you to combine modules from engineering analysis and technology to shape a qualification that suits your career aspirations. The course will help you develop a professional approach to your work and extend your engineering skills. You'll also develop a range of transferable skills such as the ability to solve problems creatively, communicate effectively, manage projects and turn concepts into reality.

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MSc in Systems Thinking in Practice

This MSc has the development of skills in holistic thinking, and appreciation of multiple perspectives at its core. These skills are relevant to many different domains: e.g. health, business, local government, environment, development, engineering, organisation change and IT management. You'll gain insights into the range of ways in which other people think about particular situations and how to apply a wide range of concepts, tools and techniques developed by systems thinkers. You'll also learn to appreciate and develop your own ways of thinking in practice, becoming aware of how you can act to bring about improvements in messy situations.

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MSc in Computing

This industry-relevant qualification provides a rigorous approach to the study and application of computing, covering a range of topics and incorporating transferable skills applicable to professional development. You can choose between the flexible route (offering a wide choice of modules to suit your needs) and the more focused software engineering route or information security and forensics route, (which enable you to develop in-depth specialist knowledge). All three routes finish with a substantial independent project that will either have a professional or research orientation.

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Postgraduate Diploma in Engineering

This flexible diploma enables you to combine modules from engineering analysis and technology management to shape a qualification that suits your career aspirations. You'll broaden and deepen your understanding of professional engineering, and work collaboratively on a project module. The diploma also provides a route to a masters-level engineering qualification, and can help you progress towards Chartered Engineer registration.

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Science, Maths & Technology 

Postgraduate Diploma in Computing

This flexible diploma enables computing practitioners to pursue their career goals by gaining advanced knowledge, skills and techniques; and to develop a professional approach to the study and application of computing. A wide choice of modules means you can tailor your qualification to the varied requirements of industry and your own career needs, with the option to focus on software engineering or information security and forensics in more depth.

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BSc (Honours) Combined STEM

STEM stands for science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The flexibility of our Combined STEM degree allows you to build your own degree from a wide range of STEM modules and study routes, including psychology and sports science ? this means you can build a qualification that's unique to you.

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Top-up Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)

Top up your existing qualification ? the OU Foundation Degree in Engineering, Diploma of Higher Education in Engineering, or an equivalent qualification from somewhere else ? to honours degree level. You'll be able to tailor your studies to suit your background and previous study. You'll develop your knowledge and skills to a higher level and open up further career or educational opportunities. Your study choices include structural integrity, micro and nano technology, design, electronics, environmental management, renewable energy, and mathematics. You'll also complete an individual engineering project.

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Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)

This thorough general engineering qualification meets the educational requirements to register as an Incorporated Engineer; the combination of this degree and an accredited MSc meets the educational requirements to register as a Chartered Engineer. The course covers the techniques, concepts and knowledge required by professional engineers. You'll begin by exploring the fundamentals of this creative and analytical subject, using a range of methods underpinned by science and mathematics. Later, you'll choose one of six areas in which to specialise.

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Foundation Degree in Engineering

If you're working in engineering-related employment at a technical level and would like to boost your career, this qualification can combine academic skills with the needs of your workplace. This course will build on your existing skills and experience to support your professional development plans. It applies the study of engineering fundamentals like design, energy, electronics, manufacturing, materials, mechanics and structural analysis, to the solution of real-life problems. It will also develop your mathematical skills , which are key to successfully studying engineering.

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Diploma of Higher Education in Engineering

If you're working in engineering-related employment at a technical level and would like to boost your career, this qualification can combine academic skills with the needs of your workplace. This course will build on your existing skills and experience to support your professional development plans. It applies the study of engineering fundamentals like design, energy, electronics, manufacturing, materials, mechanics and structural analysis, to the solution of real-life problems. It will also develop your mathematical skills, which are key to successfully studying engineering.

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Master of Engineering

This integrated masters degree combines undergraduate and postgraduate study, and we've designed the learning outcomes to fulfil the educational requirements for Chartered Engineer status. The course covers the techniques, concepts and knowledge required by professional engineers. You'll begin by exploring the fundamentals of this creative and analytical subject ? using a range of methods underpinned by science and mathematics. Later you'll choose one of six areas in which to specialise. You'll get to work on real-life projects and team up with other students at residential schools to create innovative solutions to challenging problems.

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Engineering: mathematics, modelling, applications

This module builds on the engineering concepts and basic mathematics in (T192) and (T193). Throughout the initial eight weeks, your study will strengthen and consolidate your skills and knowledge in already visited topics to ensure you have a robust foundation of numeracy and algebra essential for new concepts. Next, you'll explore the techniques of trigonometry, calculus, complex numbers and matrices in the context of engineering examples such as motion, heat transfer and basic statics and electricity. You'll finish the module with guided revision and develop exam techniques in preparation for the final examination.

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