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C04310v1 Master of Engineering Management

Award(s): Master of Engineering Management (MEM)
Commonwealth supported place?: No
Load credit points: 72
Course EFTSL: 1.5
Location: Hong Kong

Notes

This course is only offered offshore. It is available in Hong Kong. The language of tuition is English.

This course is offered through the Technological and Higher Education Institute of Hong Kong.


Overview
Career options
Course intended learning outcomes
Admission requirements
Applications
Recognition of prior learning
Course duration and attendance
Course structure
Course completion requirements
Course program
Other information

Overview

The Master of Engineering Management (MEM) is an opportunity for engineers, technical specialists and non-technical professionals to build and stretch their managerial skills and integrate their business and technical knowledge.

The MEM has been specifically designed to emphasise the interface between engineering, technology and management. The integration of carefully tailored coursework and an independent project delivers graduates who understand the professional, societal and environmental context and have developed a range of management and engineering capabilities to respond to it.

Career options

The MEM program provides an opportunity for those who aspire to excellence to challenge themselves at the master's level, deepen their skills and knowledge and gain a competitive edge in the industry.

Course intended learning outcomes

A.1 Identify, interpret and analyse stakeholder needs
A.2 Establish priorities and goals
A.3 Identify constraints, uncertainties and risks of the system (social, cultural, legislative, environmental, business, etc.)
A.4 Apply principles of sustainability to create viable systems
A.5 Apply systems thinking to understand complex system behaviour including interactions between components and with other systems (social, cultural, legislative, environmental, business, etc.)
B.1 Identify and apply relevant problem solving methodologies
B.2 Design components, systems and/ or processes to meet required specification
B.3 Synthesise alternative/innovative solutions, concepts and procedures
B.4 Apply decision-making methodologies to evaluate solutions for efficiency, effectiveness and sustainability
B.5 Implement and test solutions
B.6 Demonstrate research skills
C.1 Apply abstraction, mathematics and/or discipline fundamentals to analysis, design and operation
C.2 Develop models using appropriate tools such as computer software, laboratory equipment and other devices
C.3 Evaluate model applicability, accuracy and limitations
D.1 Manage own time and processes effectively by prioritising competing demands to achieve personal (manage self) goals
D.2 Reflect on personal and professional experiences to engage in independent development beyond formal education for lifelong learning
E.1 Communicate effectively in ways appropriate to the discipline, audience and purpose
E.2 Work as an effective member or leader of diverse teams within a multilevel, multidisciplinary and multicultural setting
E.3 Identify and apply relevant project management methodologies
F.1 Be able to conduct critical self-review and performance evaluation against appropriate criteria as a primary means of tracking personal development needs and achievements
F.2 Appreciate ethical implications of professional practice
F.3 Understand cross-cultural issues (regions or workplaces)
F.4 Be aware of global perspectives (needs, rules/regulations, and specifications)

Admission requirements

Applicants must have completed a UTS recognised bachelor's degree, or an equivalent or higher qualification, or submitted other evidence of general and professional qualifications that demonstrates potential to pursue graduate studies.

It is a requirement that the bachelor's degree was completed with no more than 25 per cent of subjects failed.

The English proficiency requirement for international students or local applicants with international qualifications is: Academic IELTS: 6.5 overall with a writing score of 6.0; or TOEFL: paper based: 550-583 overall with TWE of 4.5, internet based: 79-93 overall with a writing score of 21; or AE5: Pass; or PTE: 58-64; or CAE: 176-184.

Eligibility for admission does not guarantee offer of a place.

Applications

International students

International students admitted in courses offered offshore are not eligible for a student visa to study in Australia.

Recognition of prior learning

All applicants are assessed individually for recognition of prior learning, up to a maximum of 24 credit points, based on relevant tertiary qualification(s) and/or evidence of learning outcomes demonstrated through appropriate work experience.

Course duration and attendance

With 24 credit points of recognition of prior learning applied, the course duration is 1.3 years of part-time study (assuming two subjects are taken per teaching period) (the Hong Kong academic year is broken into three sessions).

Course structure

Students complete coursework subjects and an independent engineering graduate project totalling 48 credit points, after credit recognition has been applied. The project component is typically undertaken in the last session of study.

Course completion requirements

49002 Managing Projects 6cp
42908 Engineering Project Preparation 6cp
42003 Engineering Graduate Project 6cp
Select 36 credit points of options: 36cp
32601 Advanced Project Management6cp 
49003 Economic Evaluation6cp 
49001 Judgment and Decision Making6cp 
49069 Leadership and Responsibility6cp 
49309 Quality Planning and Analysis6cp 
49006 Risk Management in Engineering6cp 
49004 Systems Engineering for Managers6cp 
42023 Building Information Model Principles and Application6cp 
42024 Coordinated Building Information Model6cp 
42025 Methodology to Establish Building Information Model6cp 
CBK90743 Electives (Engineering) 12cp
Total 72cp

Course program

The list of available core subjects is shown below.

part time
Year 1
August to October session
49004 Systems Engineering for Managers   6cp
49003 Economic Evaluation   6cp
Year 2
January to March session
49309 Quality Planning and Analysis   6cp
49001 Judgment and Decision Making   6cp
March to May session
49069 Leadership and Responsibility   6cp
49006 Risk Management in Engineering   6cp
August to October session
42023 Building Information Model Principles and Application   6cp
42003 Engineering Graduate Project   6cp

Other information

For further information, or to apply, contact:

KL Pun
Technological and Higher Education Institute of Hong Kong (THEi)
telephone +852 2176 1483
email punkl@vtc.edu.hk