BEng Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering

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BEng Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering


It is concerned with the development, improvement, implementation and evaluation of integrated systems of people, money, knowledge, information, equipment, energy and materials. It uses mathematical, physical and social sciences together with the principles and methods of engineering design to specify, predict, and evaluate the results to be obtained from such systems or processes. Its underlying concepts overlap considerably with certain business oriented disciplines such as operations management, but the engineering side tends to emphasize extensive mathematical proficiency and usage of quantitative methods. Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering combines fields of Mathematics, Computing, Engineering and Social Sciences. The programme seeks to provide a broad skills and knowledge set necessary to provide practical solutions to industrial and technological problems across manufacturing, defence, logistics and services industries. You will study courses in statistics, operations research, human factors and ergonomics, production planning, manufacturing, engineering economics, quality control and simulation. The skills set you will acquire will enhance the use of mathematical models and methods to identify and come up with solutions for a range of technical and scientific problems across a range of industries including manufacturing. Modules you Will Study IncludeApplied Thermodynamics, Building Services, Control Engineering, Design and Manufacturing systems, Electrical Power Systems Energy, Fluid Mechanics, Fluid Dynamics, Heat Transfer, Maintenance Engineering, Materials Engineering, Mechanics, Strength of Materials. The programme prepares students to specialize and find careers in areas such as in power plants, maintenance of heavy duty equipment (e.g. in the mines, chemical, cement, pharmaceutical, food and allied industries), automotive industries, energy management and conservation, transportation, advanced materials design, alternative energy, oil and gas manufacturing, project management, consultancy, academia, public service, biotechnology and logistics and operations.

UG1001CETG 111Engineering GraphicsCoreIntroduction to engineering graphics.
UG1001CHEM 101General Chemistry ICoreIntroduction to chemistry.
UG1001COMP 101Introduction to ComputingCoreIntroduction to Computing.
UG1001MATH 101Pre-CalculusCoreMathematical foundation course.
UG1001PHYS 101Introductory Physics ICoreIntroduction to Physics.
UG1001ALSS 101Technical Writing & Academic Literacy Skills ICoreFoundation to basic English language concepts and writing.
UG1002CETG 121Workshop PractiseCoreWorkshop practise.
UG1002CETG 122Introduction to EngineeringCoreIntroduction to engineering
UG1002CHEM 102General Chemistry IICoreChemistry foundation course.
UG1002MATH 102Introductory CalculusCoreIntroduction to Calculus.
UG1002PHYS 102Introductory Physics IICorePhysics foundation course.
UG1002STAT 102General Statistics ICoreIntroduction to statistics.
UG2001COMP 211Procedural ProgrammingCoreBasics of procedural programming.
UG2001EEEN 211Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering ICoreBasic electrical laws and DC circuits.
UG2001EMTH 201Engineering Mathematics ICoreIntroduction to engineering mathematics.
UG2001MECE 211Engineering Mechanics I (Statics)CoreGeneral principles of statics.
UG2001MMEE 210Materials ScienceCoreIntroduction to material science.
UG2001ALSS 201Technical Report WritingCoreBasic skills of writing in standard report formats.
UG2002COMP 202Object Oriented ProgrammingCorePrinciples of object oriented programming.
UG2002EEEN 221Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering IICoreNetworks in AC and electronic systems.
UG2002EMTH 202Engineering Mathematics IICoreAdvanced engineering mathematics.
UG2002INME 221Design MethodsCoreSteps needed to ideate, execute and test a product.
UG2002MECE 222Engineering Mechanics II (Dynamics)CoreOverview of mechanical and aerospace disciplines.
UG2002MECE 221Strength of MaterialsCoreOverview of mechanical and aerospace disciplines.
UG200WV L200CETG 220Workshop Technology & Skills DevelopmentCorePractical aspects of engineering & technology (undertaken in the winter vacation).
UG3001EMTH 301Engineering Mathematics IIICoreEngineering mathematics for advanced students.
UG3001INME 311Fundamentals of Industrial Engineering & ErgonomicsCoreFundamentals of industrial engineering and egonomics.
UG3001INME 312Industrial Statistics & Quality ManagementCoreGeneral principles of industrial statistics and quality management.
UG3001INME 313Materials & Manufacturing PropertiesCoreProperties of manufacturing properties of materials.
UG3001ALSS 301Technical Communication & Basic Research MethodsCoreFundamentals of qualitative and quantitative research.
UG3002GEME 321Engineering Project ManagementCorePrinciples and practices of project management by engineers.
UG3002EMTH 302Engineering Mathematics IVCoreApplication of mathematical models to engineering principles.
UG3002MMEE 412Manufacturing Processes & TechnologiesCoreFundamental technologies used in manufacturing and processes.
UG3002INME 321Manufacturing Systems EngineeringCoreBasic manufacturing functions.
UG3002MINE 521Operations ResearchCoreOperations research techniques in solving mining problems.
UG4001GEME 411Economics, Business & EntrepreneurshipCoreThe economics of business.
UG4001INME 411Industrial Systems, Operations & ServicesCoreIntroduction to industrial systems, operations and services.
UG4001INME 412Design for ManufacturingCoreIntroduction to design for manufacturing.
UG4001INME 413Manufacturing TechnologyCoreAdvanced concepts of manufacturing technology.
UG4002CETG 420Industrial AttachmentCoreInternship in industry / government enterprises, during the winter semester and the entire semester 2.
UG5001CETG 511Technology & Innovation ManagementCoreConcepts in the management of technology and innovation.
UG5001INME 511Reliability & Maintenance EngineeringCoreAdvanced concepts of reliability and maintenance engineering.
UG5001CETG 510Project ICore (project)A final year (design) project in engineering.
UG5001INME 512Advanced Manufacturing ProcessesElectiveAdvanced concepts in manufacturing processes.
UG5001INME 513Contemporary Issues in ManufacturingElectiveUnderstanding today’s issues in manufacturing.
UG5001INME 514Strategic ManagementElectiveBasic strategic management principles.
UG5002CIVE 517Professional Practices & EthicsCoreOverview of ethics and practises in engineering.
UG5002INME 521Managing Business Finance & PeopleCoreThe management of business finance and people.
UG5002INME 522Emerging Manufacturing MaterialsElectiveThe latest in manufacturing materials.
UG5002INME 523Computer Integrated ManufacturingElectiveComputerised manufacturing.
UG5002INME 524System Application Process / Enterprise Resource PlanningElectiveSystem application process using ERP.
UG5002INME 525Engineering Supply Chain Design MethodsElectiveIntroducton to supply chain design methods.

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  • Duration 3 years
  • Skill level All levels
  • Language English
  • Students 1
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