Engineering managers combine management expertise with engineering knowledge to lead teams of specialists who may work on highly technical tasks.
An engineering manager’s role may focus more on the processes and procedures of project realisation and on budgets, rather than technical input.
This course provides a balance between engineering and business skills and is jointly taught by staff from the Department of Civil Engineering and Curtin Graduate School of Business.
The format integrates the functions and skills needed by engineers in management, and successful completion qualifies you for high-level leadership.
Evening classes allow you to tie-in education and on-going work commitments.
Australian & NZ Students
You must have a recognised degree in engineering or an equivalent qualification in a recognised discipline of engineering with a high aggregate, preferably with at least one year of relevant work experience since graduation.
Minimum English language entry requirements:
IELTS ACADEMIC (INTERNATIONAL ENGLISH LANGUAGE TESTING SYSTEM)
Organisational Behaviour for Managers
Marketing for Managers
Engineering Management Project
Economic Analysis and Asian Economies
Economics for Managers
Financial and Management Accounting for Business
Contemporary Organisational Issues
Business Process Improvement
Innovation in Decision Quality
Legal Issues in Human Resources
SELECT OPTIONAL UNITS TO THE TOTAL VALUE OF:
OPTIONAL UNITS (NO YEAR LEVEL SPECIFIED)
Engineering Investment and Analysis
Strategy in Engineering Intensive Industries
Engineering Quality Control
Environmental Engineering Management
Civil Engineering Project Management
Graduates may find enhanced employment prospects with their current employer, or with other organisations seeking experienced engineers with the skills to manage engineering technology.
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