About the courseThis course prepares you for a career on the business side of control and systems engineering. Alongside your engineering modules, youll study marketing management, accounting and finance, strategy and business planning. Other business modules include Project Management and Human Resources Management for Engineers. The compulsory engineering subjects are the same as on the intelligent systems and control engineering course. You will learn how to control traditional engineering systems and how to apply your knowledge to other systems such as biological processes, economic systems and the environment. In the first year, youll take the Global Engineering Challenge. This involves working with other engineering students on a one-week project to tackle a real-world problem. The challenge is designed to develop your skills and enhance your career prospects.
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AboutThe University of Sheffield is a leading research university with a global reputation for excellence. Ranked in the world top 100 universities (QS World University Rankings 2020) and a member of the prestigious Russell Group, Sheffield offers a world-class education in a vibrant and welcoming city in the centre of the UK.
The university’s Students’ Union is number one in the UK (Whatuni Student Choice Awards 2019) and provides a range of clubs and societies, events, activities and volunteering opportunities to enhance the student experience.
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