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BSc Engineering & Business Studies BEng Engineering Business Management Briefing to 2 nd Years Spring 2009. Topics covered. BSc Engineering and Business Studies BEng Engineering Business Management Accredited courses with some business that could lead to chartered engineer status

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BSc Engineering & Business StudiesBEng Engineering Business ManagementBriefing to 2nd YearsSpring 2009

topics covered
Topics covered
  • BSc Engineering and Business Studies
  • BEng Engineering Business Management
  • Accredited courses with some business that could lead to chartered engineer status
    • BEng Engineering, Civil Engineering, Manufacturing & Mechanical Engineering or Systems Engineering
    • MEng Engineering, Civil Engineering, Manufacturing & Mechanical Engineering or Systems Engineering with Business Management elective
bsc engineering business studies
BSc Engineering & Business Studies
  • Only available as a 3-year degree
  • Warwick Business School (WBS) will provide a briefing, date not yet known
  • Need 2ii (>50%) in ES2A6
    • Check your coursework marks on the ES2A6 web pages
  • Transfer for 3rd year to WBS with many other science students
    • Physics and Business Studies, Computer Science and Business Studies etc
  • Assigned a new personal tutor in WBS
    • (keep in contact with Engineering tutor for 2nd referee)
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BSc Engineering & Business Studies
  • A broad course providing an introduction to both engineering and business
  • 3rd year - all taught modules for 120 CATS, no individual project
  • Final degree classification
    • 50% for 2nd year, 50% for 3rd year
  • Career options include
    • Any non specialist graduate trainee position
    • Any sector, but more attractive to non engineering industries than EBM
    • MSc courses in business & management
  • Career options do not include chartered engineer, the course is not accredited by any Engineering Institution
recommended core modules
Recommended Core Modules
  • Modules restrictions
  • 24 CATS core (IB123 and IB117)
  • 96 CATS from non core
  • No more than 60 CATS from year 1 (IB1xx or EC1xx)
  • New in 2009/10
    • - options to take some modules as either 12 or 15 CATS
    • - options to take some modules as either 24 or 30 CATS
beng engineering business management
BEng Engineering Business Management
  • Stay in School of Engineering
  • Retain existing personal tutor
  • A broad based course but with more focus on Engineering
  • 3rd year - all taught modules for 120 CATS, no individual project
  • Final degree classification
    • 30% for 2nd year, 70% for 3rd year
  • Career options include
    • Any non specialist graduate trainee position
    • Any sector, but more attractive to engineering industries than E&BS
    • Ideal for a business or management role in an engineering firm; logistics or supply chain management, procurement, marketing, human resource management
    • MSc courses in business & management
  • Career options do not include chartered engineer, the course is not accredited by any Engineering Institution
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BEng Engineering Business Management
  • 50% of business modules from list A, 60 CATS
    • Refer to previous lists for E&BS
  • 50% of engineering modules from list B, 60 CATS
    • Refer to next slide
  • Your responsibility to select modules that have no timetable clashes
  • If you want to apply for an MSc look out for potential 2nd academic referee in addition to personal tutor
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LIST B ENGINEERING MODULES (MUST TAKE 60 CATS)

ES3A4 CAD/CAM & Simulation 15 CATS (Manufacturing)

ES3A8 Design for Manufacture 15 CATS (Manufacturing)

ES3C4 Productionising Designs 15 CATS (Manufacturing)

ES3C1 Measurement and Instrumentation 15 CATS (Systems & Mechanical)

ES3C8 Systems Modelling & Control 15 CATS (Systems, Electronics)

ES372 Automation and Robotics 15 CATS (Manufacturing & all except Civil)

ES3A5 Civil Engineering Materials 7.5 CATS

ES3C7 Structural Design and Analysis 45 CATS (Civil)

ES335 Communication Systems 15 CATS (Electronics)

ES3B3 Electrical Machines & Power Systems 15 CATS (Mechanical, Systems & Electronics)

ES3B4 Energy Studies 15 CATS (Mechanical)

ES3C9 Fundamental Fluid Mechanics for Mechanical Engineers 15 CATS (Mechanical)

ES3C2 Mechanical Design 15 CATS (Mechanical)

ES3B5 Engines and Heat Pumps 15 CATS (Mechanical)

ES386 Dynamics of Vibrating Systems 15 CATS (Mechanical)

ES353 Heat Transfer Theory and Design 15 CATS (Mechanical)

ES3C3 Planar Structures and Mechanisms 15 CATS (Mechanical)

ENGINEERING MODULES THAT MAY BE MOVED TO BUSINESS ‘LIST A’ WITH WBS MODULES

Possible new addition - ES3A7 Design and Management of Lean Operations 15 CATS (Manufacturing but may be added to Business list)

ES382 Quality Techniques 15 CATS (Manufacturing but might be moved to Business list)

ES3A6 Construction Management & Methods 7.5 CATS (Civil but might be moved to Business list)

beng options
BEng Options
  • Accreditation by relevant Institute of Engineering for chartered engineer status, further study required after graduation
  • 30% for 2nd year, 70% for 3rd year
  • Project options (except BEng Manufacturing & Mechanical Engineering)
    • 15 CATS individual design project (includes some group work)
  • BEng Engineering
    • Maximum choice on module selection but your responsibility to select modules that have no timetable clashes
    • Must select certain module combinations to gain accreditation
  • BEng Civil Engineering
    • 7.5 CATS on Construction Management & Methods
  • BEng Manufacturing &Mechanical Engineering
    • 15 CATS on Quality Techniques, 15 CATS on Design & Management of Lean Operations
    • Only option with 30 CATS individual project as core, might get a business project
  • BEng Systems Engineering
    • 15 CATS on Quality Techniques, 15 CATS Systems Modelling & Control
meng 4 th year
MEng 4th Year
  • Accreditation by relevant Institute of Engineering for chartered engineer status, no further study required after graduation
  • MEng Civil Engineering with Business Management, MEng Manufacturing & Mechanical Engineering with Business Management, MEng Systems Engineering with Business Management
  • MEng Engineering with Business Management
    • 3rd year must follow spine (I.e. Civil, Manufacturing or Systems)
    • Must select certain module combinations to gain accreditation
  • 3rd see information on BEng
  • 4th year
    • 45 CATS Business Management elective. Delivered by Warwick Manufacturing Group staff, drawing on material from their MSc taught courses in engineering management.
    • 30 CATS group project, which require project management and business roles
    • 45 CATS of engineering modules
summary
Summary
  • BSc EBS, BEng EBM and BEng Engineering require you to schedule your own timetable
    • Expect timetable clashes, especially on EBM
  • No guarantees that all WBS/Economics modules will be available, refer to their briefing
    • Very large 3rd year in WBS/Economics in 2009/10 so 3rd year modules likely to fill up quickly
  • On WBS/Economics modules you will be judged against 1st, 2nd and 3rd year WBS and Economics students
    • Ask WBS personal tutor or WBS/Economics lecturers for guidance
    • Review the WBS marks/feedback for ES2A6 as a possible guide
    • Expect to have to improve your academic writing style
    • Consider taking a Warwick Skills Certificate course on writing for social studies students
    • New University regulation from 2009 once you have submitted coursework worth 10% or more of credit you cannot de-register. Select you modules carefully.
  • Try to build a network of engineering, science and business studies students to help you with minor timetable clashes & gain advice on writing style, assessment techniques
  • Plan your 2 academic referees for job/MSc applications
    • EBS students can use 2 personal tutors in WBS & Engineering
    • EBM students can use personal tutor plus another academic
key questions
Key Questions
  • Are EBS and EBM accredited by an Engineering Institution?
    • NO
  • Are EBS and EBM available as 4 year courses?
    • NO
  • Who can EBS students approach for a 2nd academic reference?
    • Personal tutor in WBS or Engineering
  • Who can EBM students approach for a 2nd academic reference?
    • After their Personal Tutor in Engineering they need to find another academic who knows them. Can ask Karen Bradbury or David Britnell (Director of Undergraduate Studies).
  • What types of other student will you be taking modules with in WBS?
    • Business Studies & Economics students from 1st, 2nd or 3rd years, other joint degrees i.e. Physics and Business Studies
  • Are the rules for deregistration from a module changing?
    • YES, after you have submitted coursework worth 15% of the module credit or more you CANOT deregister. Be very careful in your choice of modules and even more careful if you are considering overloading.