Taught course

Project Management (Electronic Engineering)

Manchester Metropolitan University · School of Engineering

Entry requirements

You will have at least a 2:2 UK undergraduate honours degree in engineering, physics, mathematics, computing or equivalent. Applicants with relevant and extensive professional experience in the relevant fields will be considered.

Months of entry


Course content

We’re in the era of smart technology. Self-optimising systems that learn from their environment and adapt accordingly are already with us – and they’re here to stay. Our MSc Project Management (Electronic Engineering) is your chance to get involved. Study with us and you’ll build a combined set of management and engineering skills that’ll put you front and centre of Industry 4.0.

It’s one of our new project management courses – bringing vital management skills together with engineering expertise in other areas. Developed in line with the Association for Project Management (APM) and Project Management Institute (PMI) Body of Knowledge, it’s fully in sync with what professionals around the world want. Put simply, these are qualifications designed to get you ready for work.

So you’ll start off studying the management of projects fundamentals, what it takes to drive complex projects forward and bring them to a profitable conclusion. From there, you’ll specialise in cyber-physical systems, power electronics and drives, and the key electronic engineering principles underpinning Industry 4.0.

Our teaching staff are professionals from a range of backgrounds, from engineering and environmental industries, to railways and digital. With their support, you’ll leave us well placed to apply for project management roles in a wide variety of sectors.

Qualification and course duration


full time
12 months

Course contact details

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