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MSc Information and Process Systems Engineering

University of Surrey

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The MSc Information and Process Systems Engineering programme is aimed at graduates of traditional engineering, science and related disciplines. Graduates from non-IT or related disciplines tend to be ill prepared for the information and knowledge-related challenges and demands of today?s business environments. Key learning outcomes are an understanding of the principles of knowledge management, decision making in technical systems and business information technologies, with the focus on the process industry. The programme provides high-quality education with substantial intellectual challenges, commensurate with the financial rewards and job satisfaction for you when venturing into the real world. It also makes you aware of current technologies and trends based on rigorous training in matters relating to the fundamentals of the subject. There is a wide selection of modules on offer within the programme from the subjects of process engineering, information systems, business and management. All taught modules are delivered by qualified experts in the topics and academic members of the University staff, assisted by specialist external lecturers. Compulsory modules ? Optimisation and Decision Making ? Information Systems Development ? Research Methods and Principles ? Knowledge-based Systems and Artificial Intelligence ? Information Security Management ? E-commerce and Emerging Technologies on the Internet ? Dissertation Optional modules include: ? Software Development ? Process and Energy Integration ? Process Systems Design ? Supply Chain Management ? Biomass Processing Technologies ? Process Modelling and Simulation ? Process Safety and Operations Integrity ? Refinery and Petrochemical Process ? Project Management and Business Strategy

The MSc Information and Process Systems Engineering programme is aimed at graduates of traditional engineering, science and related disciplines. Graduates from non-IT or related disciplines tend to be ill prepared for the information and knowledge-related challenges and demands of today?s business environments. Key learning outcomes are an understanding of the principles of knowledge management,...

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