Full time - Direct taught

Reliability Engineering and Asset Management 1 Year MSc

formerly known as Maintenance Engineering and Asset Management

About the course

 

MSc 

  • full-time (1 year)/part-time in attendance* & distance learning** (3 years);
  • part-time only available to Home/EU students;>
  • 12 months – 8 units plus dissertation project.

Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip)

  • full-time (1 year)/part-time in attendance* & distance learning** (2 years);
  • part-time direct taught only available to Home/EU students;
  • 9 months – 4 core units plus 4 optional units.

Postgraduate Certificate (PGCert)

  • full-time (1 year)/part-time in attendance* & distance learning** (1 year);
  • part-time direct taught only available to Home/EU students;
  • 9 months – 4 core units.

We also run a continuing professional development course in Reliability Engineering and Asset Management (CPD)

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REAM MSc - Modular programme for Industry professionals

REAM - Continuing Professional Development

Full time one year (MSc)

Full time one year MSc students reside on campus and undertake 8 units (120 credits) and the project (60 credits)

  • MSc 12 months : 8 units plus dissertation project
  • Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip) 9 months: 4 core units plus 4 optional units
  • Postgraduate Certificate (PGCert) 9 months: 4 core units

Mode of delivery

Home/EU

  • Full-time MSc & PG(Dip) - 1 year– in attendance at Manchester
  • Part-time MSc, PG(Dip) & PG(Cert)  - 3 years MSc; 2 years PG(Dip); 1 year (PGCert) – 4 x 1 week teaching blocks per year in attendance at Manchester
  • Distance Learning MSc, PG(Dip) & PG(Cert)** - 3 years MSc; 2 years PG(Dip); 1 year PG(Cert)

International

  • Full-time MSc  - 1 year– in attendance at Manchester
  • Distance Learning MSc, PG(Dip) & PG(Cert)** - 3 years MSc, 2 years PG(Dip); 1 year PG(Cert)

 

Course modules and content are the same for full-time and distance learning programmes.

*     4 x 1 week teaching blocks per year

**   Attendance = 1 day residential per module; 2 modules per term - attendance not compulsory but recommended or attend through video conference.

Example programme structure

The programme is modular. You take eight units, 4 core and 4 optional, some of which include field and laboratory work, followed by a major dissertation project. The earlier units address the management of the maintenance process, including such topics as maintenance strategy, maintenance systems and condition based monitoring. Later more specialised units deal with auditing, advanced vibration monitoring, reliability and risk. Units on the full time programme are direct taught.

Unit Code Unit Title Semester
Core
MACE69001 M01: Asset Management & Maintenance Strategy 1
MACE69041 M04: Condition Monitoring 1
MACE69022 M02: Maintenance Organisation 2
MACE69032 M03: Asset Maintenance Systems 2
Options
Semester 1
MACE69051 M05: Design for Reliability and Asset Management 1
MACE69081 M08: Turnaround Management
1
Semester 2
MACE69132 M13: Reliability, Maintainability & Risk  
MACE69062 M06: Auditing Asset Management and Maintenance Organisations 2
MACE69142 M14: Machinery Vibration, Monitoring and Analysis 2
Project
MACE60300 Dissertation 1 & 2

Full time one year (MSc) students need to stay in the University campus to undertake 8 units (120 credits) and the project (60 credits).

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