Engineering Project Management
Mode of Study
If you want develop your skills as an engineering project manager and get a degree alongside your job, this BSc (Hons) Engineering Project Management Learning at Work degree course is ideal.
The course allows you to focus on using project management in an engineering context. You’ll develop a range of project management skills, enabling you to manage complex engineering projects. You’ll improve your problem solving, research and decision making skills and can specialise in areas such as manufacturing, mechanical, electrical or environmental engineering.
Because the course is work-based, you need to already be in a full-time, part-time or voluntary role. The way you learn is flexible, so you can study wherever is most convenient for you and schedule your studies around your existing commitments. You can tailor the course to match your professional and personal aspirations and your employer’s objectives.
You’ll get to put the skills you learn to work instantly in your job, contributing to the success of your company. When you complete the course, you’ll improve your career prospects and have the skills and knowledge to perform more effectively in your job.
What you'll experience
On this course you’ll:
- Choose modules and study topics that match your personal and professional goals, as well as your employer’s objectives
- Develop your ability to analyse problems, research and propose solutions, and make important decisions
- Take part in work-based learning (WBL) projects that form part of your daily workload, which ensure that the knowledge you develop is relevant to your employer’s business
- Get an optional 1-day induction in Portsmouth at the start of the course and have the opportunity to study on campus, if it suits you
- Learn both technical skills and business knowledge
- Develop your learning plan with the University and your employer, so you can make an effective contribution to your workplace as you learn
- Have full access to our student support services and community including study support, sports and recreation facilities, and the Students’ Union
- Tap in to our Library’s electronic resources, which you can access from anywhere with a Web connection
- Choose a Workplace Mentor to support your learning – someone at work who can offer advice, guidance, and moral support
- Have support from an academic tutor specialising in your area of study and a University learning manager who oversees your programme
- Use online tutorials and lectures to help you with study skills, including your analytical and writing skills
Are You Ready To Start?
What you'll study on this BSc (Hons) Engineering Project Management (Learning at Work) degree
At the start of the course, you’ll put together a Learning Contract with the University and your employer that outlines what you’ll study.
To get a degree, you need to accumulate a total of 360 credits. You can get these credits in 3 ways:
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