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Full-time Master's Priogramme 2015-16

MSc Process Industry Business Management (PIBM) This course is designed for those wishing to develop management careers within process industries such as chemical, oil and gas, energy, water, food, pharmaceutical and nuclear. MSc Process Industry Business Management (PIBM) Key facts Entry requirements: British Second Class Honours Degree or overseas equivalent in an engineering or scientific discipline. Most suitable for Chemical Engineers. Language requirement: (applies to non-native English speakers) IELTS: 6.5 PTE: 62 Study programme: 10 taught modules – assessed by: ▪ post module assignments (3 ,000 – 4,000 words each) ▪ in-module assessment (additional for some modules) Research project – assessed by: ▪ 20,000 word dissertation ▪ oral examination Core modules: x 8 ▪ Business Strategy and Strategic Management ▪ Design for the Environment ▪ Fundamentals of Process Engineering ▪ Industrial Processes ▪ Health, Safety, Environment and Risk ▪ Financial Analysis and Control Systems ▪ Logistics and Operations Management ▪ Project Planning, Management and Control Elective modules: x 2 Two to be chosen from the full module list on pages 34-35 Applications: www.warwick.ac.uk/go/ wmgmasters/entry Contact: wmgmasters@warwick.ac.uk This course would suit graduates from a range of engineering and scientific disciplines. The programme is especially relevant to those with a chemistry or chemical engineering background but students from other disciplines wishing to move into this growth sector may also apply. The course will provide A range of tools and techniques required to manage a process business. You will gain a broad understanding of key systems and business functions and develop a methodical approach to decision making. You will understand the management and operational requirements of a process business and gain a broad view of industrial processes and process engineering. You will understand the essence of strategic thinking and management and the implications of the local and international environment in which engineering businesses operate. go.warwick.ac.uk/wmgmasters/courses/pibm Project The project is worth 50% of the final grade and supports you in developing your personal research skills. For Process Business Management the project can be related to the management of companies or processes in the petro chemical, pharmaceutical, oil and gas, energy, water or other process industry sectors and can address many different aspects of those businesses. Examples of recent projects include: ▪ Renewable energy from biomass and biofuel ▪ Recent development and economic analysis of combined heat and power ▪ Hydrogen infrastructure and economy ▪ Technical and economic assessments of fuel cells ▪ Oil refinery process technologies ▪ Waste and water treatment process After you graduate Graduates from Process Business Management can expect to work in chemical, oil, gas, electricity and other process industries, as well as a wide range of engineering organisations. Graduates from this course have gone on to work with: AstraZeneca, (Engineering Manager), Kuwait Catalyst Company (Process Engineer), Syngenta (Change and Development Manager), AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals (Production Planner), York Winery Pvt. Ltd. (Director), and PZ Cussons (Technical Manager Purchasing). 24


Full-time Master's Priogramme 2015-16
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