We offer unique postgraduate dual-degree program which is designed primarily to develop professional managers, engineers or scientists for employment in the industry and business sectors. It leads to the degree of Master of Engineering in Engineering Management awarded by Chulalongkorn University and one of the three options of Master of Science degree awarded by the University of Warwick, namely Engineering Business Management and Supply Chain and Logistics Management
The dual M.Eng/M.Sc. degrees are designed to develop professional managers, engineers or scientists for employment in the manufacturing and business sectors. sector. At the RCMSE, we believe that manufacturing should be regarded as an integrated operation including all stages from marketing to design and production and through to final assembly together with the control and management of these processes. The integration is now possible by the effective use of both information and modern evaluation and control techniques in the various business and manufacturing processes which utilize advanced technology.
On completion of the course the graduates should:
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Courses are modular, which allows participants the flexibility to design a study program that best suits their own needs. Each module is conducted over a period of five days – Saturday, Sunday, and then Friday, Saturday, Sunday of the following week. It consists of 40 hours of intensive lectures, tutorials, seminar, case studies, or laboratory activities. Participants are required to attend 12 modules and undertake an industrial-oriented project for the degree. The program must be completed within one a half years for full-time enrollment, three years for part-time.
Academic staff from both the Warwick Manufacturing Group and Chulalongkorn University contributes to teaching of the program. The Master of Engineering award is granted by Chulalongkorn University and the Master of Science award is granted, concurrently, by the University of Warwick providing truly international credibility. Currently, the University of Warwick also runs the Engineering Business Management programme in the UK, Malaysia, Hong Kong, India, and Singapore. Students may take up to two modules at those places and have their credits transferred to their programme at Chulalongkorn University.