Aeronautical Engineering Course

Overview

A key look at the use of postgrad technicians is development to control, so learners create appropriate managing abilities during this course, as well as knowledge of the broader conditions impinge on the aeronautical market, such as the atmosphere and protection.

Description

A key look at the use of postgrad technicians is development to control, so learners create appropriate managing abilities during this course, as well as knowledge of the broader conditions impinge on the aeronautical market, such as the atmosphere and protection.

Department:

Engineering

Qualification:

MSc

Qualification Level:

RQF Stage 7

Requirements:

A lowest 2.2 Honors level in aeronautical or aerospace technological innovation, although other candidates with a appropriate technological innovation level are considered;

the course greets worldwide candidates as well as an British level of IELTS 6.5 or comparative.

Assessment Methods:

Continually evaluated training or a combination of training and exams; the dissertation has 3 aspects of assessment: A dissertation, a poster demonstration and a viva voce.

Modules:

Core modules:

  • Advanced Propulsion
  • Aeroelasticity
  • Advanced Airplane Design
  • Strategic Management and Management for Engineers
  • Research Methods
  • Masters Dissertation (60 credits)

Optional modules:

  • Finite Factor Analysis
  • Introduction to Computational Liquid Dynamics
  • Further FEA*
  • Advanced Computational Liquid Dynamics*
  • Fatigue and Fracture*
  • Advanced Components and Manufacture*
  • Flight Dynamics

*Specified component options for School of Southern Wales graduate students.

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