Automotive engineers design, test and develop vehicles and/or components from concept through to production, and are involved in improving the vehicle in response to customer feedback. If you take the four year MEng course , optional modules allow you to add an elective in Business Management, Robotics or Sustainability, and this extra specialism can be included in your degree title. It’s why many of our graduates have gone on to start very successful careers in a wide variety of roles in the industry, in areas ranging from development or design and performance engineering to automotive marketing.
It offers you an overview of the automotive industry which will be invaluable in job applications and will help to fast-track your career in the new product introduction phase of the industry. Here are a few articles from offering information about degree programs related to this field of study.
For more information please contact Kristine Lalley at the Swanson School of Engineering. It has been developed to provide a progression route to students studying Level 3 Motor Vehicle or Engineering qualifications to enable them to continue their studies at a higher level.
What this means to the automotive engineer is increased attention to safe technology. Please note: we have a range of taught postgraduate awards to suit your needs, from Postgraduate Certificate or Postgraduate Diploma to a full Master’s Degree (MA, MBA, MSc, LLM).
The State of Michigan is and will continue to be a leader in automotive manufacturing, which creates a synergistic learning interchange with U-M. This module introduces new developments in engine technology and alternative power systems. All engineering courses are offered from the Telford Innovation Campus, located close to Telford town centre in rural Shropshire.