Advanced Material Engingeering (MSc)
This is a 12-months course split in 3 “semesters”, S1, S2 and S3.
It is made up of a taught element of 100 credits and an individual research project element of 20+60 credits for M.Sc. students and 20 credits for PG/Dip students.
The taught element is in the form of 10 and 20 credits modules taken in S1 and S2. The 20-credit PG/Dip project spans a linked module through S1 and S2 and is common to both MSc and PG/Dip students.
The 60-credit MSc research project is carried out in S3.
Materials Engineering, Materials Failure Mechanics, Biotribology
Biomaterials, Computer Application & Numberic Methods, Design Optimisation, Interdisciplinary Competitive Design, Materials Characterisation
Material Processing, Transport Process Modeling, Risk Management
Finite Element Methods, Advanced Solid Mechanics, Implant Design & Technology, Advanced Materials in Sport
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission