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1 PROGRAMME SPECIFICATION COURSE TITLES: PgD Manufacturing Management MSc Manufacturing Management PgC Engineering (Exit award only) PLEASE NOTE: This specification provides a concise summary of the main features of the course and the learning outcomes that a typical student might reasonably be expected to achieve and demonstrate if he or she takes full advantage of the learning opportunities provided.. AWARDING INSTITUTION/BODY: University Of Ulster. TEACHING INSTITUTION: University Of Ulster 3. LOCATION: Jordanstown Campus 4. COURSE ACCREDITED BY: N/A 5. FINAL AWARD: PgD, MSc, PgC (Exit award) 6. MODE OF ATTENDANCE: Full and Part-Time 7. SPECIALISM: Manufacturing Management 8. COURSE CODES: TBA 9. DATE REVISED: 009/0 0. EDUCATIONAL AIMS OF THE PROGRAMME - The overall aim of the courses is to provide postgraduate education and training in the concepts and methods within the area of Manufacturing Management and their intelligent application to solving problems within the industry and for research degree preparation. In particular the course seeks to provide graduates with the ability to: deal with complex engineering and technological issues systematically and creatively, make sound judgments in the absence of complete data, and communicate their conclusions clearly to specialist and non-specialist audiences; demonstrate self-direction and originality in tackling and solving Manufacturing Management problems, and act autonomously in planning and implementing tasks at a professional or equivalent level; continue to advance their Manufacturing Management knowledge and understanding, and develop new skills to a high level; demonstrate the qualities and transferable skills in the area of Manufacturing Management necessary for employment, or research activities, requiring: - the exercise of initiative and personal responsibility; - decision-making in complex and unpredictable situations; and - the independent learning ability required for continuing professional development. In addition, the MSc programme seeks to allow graduates to demonstrate an advanced depth and integration of specialist Manufacturing Management knowledge by successfully undertaking and completing a major dissertation based on original specialist School of Engineering

2 research or the implementation of new and advanced processes/procedures/ technologies into the industrial environment.. MAIN LEARNING OUTCOMES The following reference points were used to inform the development of the programmes and their learning outcomes: the University s Vision and core strategic aims, teaching and learning strategy and policies; current research or other advanced scholarship carried out by academic staff; subject benchmark statement; occupational standards in fields where these are relevant national and University qualifications and credit frameworks. POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA AWARD The course provides opportunities for students to achieve and demonstrate the following learning outcomes. Successful students will be able to: K KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING OF SUBJECT K K K3 K4 K5 Demonstrate a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the scientific principles, theories and practice in Manufacturing Management, much of which is at, or informed by the forefront of Manufacturing practice. Recognise and analyse criteria and specifications appropriate to specific problems and plan strategies for their solution. Analyse the extent to which a Manufacturing system meets the criteria defined for its current deployment and future evolution. Comprehend the professional, legal, moral, environmental and ethical issues involved in the exploitation of Manufacturing Management techniques. Critically evaluate the role of the entrepreneur in new venture creation, in the development of established organisations or the development of an innovative product in the area of Manufacturing. Teaching and Learning Methods Subject related qualities are acquired mainly through lectures, seminars, directed reading, case studies and practical sessions. Exposure to the Manufacturing environment is an important aspect of the teaching and learning methods, as are projects. Assessment Methods Testing of the knowledge base is principally through examinations and/or coursework assignments, technical reports, project dissertation and oral presentations. I INTELLECTUAL QUALITIES June 0

3 I I I3 I4 I5 Locate, critically discuss and synthesise academic literature relevant to Manufacturing Management. Evaluate the benefits and shortcomings of data in the context of a specific application. Demonstrate an ability to critically appraise analytical methodologies and decisionmaking scenarios. Demonstrate independent thought in relation to the conduct of research, analysis and development of recommendations based on findings. Experiment with creative thinking techniques in seeking solutions to complex entrepreneurial problems, including new Manufacturing product/service development and/or the development of new Manufacturing processes/systems. Teaching and Learning Methods Intellectual qualities are developed mainly through tutor directed tutorials, supervised practical sessions and self-directed learning, employing study packs and research based material. The course is driven by current industrial practice with many of the students completing their studies on a part time basis through their employer. Assessment Methods Assessment focuses on the coursework submissions, experiment write-ups, project reports and dissertation. Some of these skills are also assessed in written examinations. P PROFESSIONAL /PRACTICAL SKILLS P P P3 P4 Formulate innovative solutions leading to the design of products, systems or processes to fulfil new needs. Integrate entrepreneurship theory and practice through the development of an effective plan, either to develop a new venture or to develop an existing organisation. Perform effectively within a team environment and have the ability to recognise and utilise individuals contributions in group processes. Use management skills to plan, organise and provide leadership in work groups and projects. Teaching and Learning Methods The teaching and learning methods place emphasis on tutor directed tutorials, problem based seminars and practical sessions, team assignments, and project preparation and implementation. Assessment Methods Coursework assignments, project reports, peer- and self-assessment and dissertation constitute the assessment methods. T TRANSFERABLE SKILLS T T Make decisions in complex and unpredictable situations and exercise initiative and personal responsibility. Demonstrate the ability to communicate information and findings in a variety of formats, including practical reports, essays, literature reviews and projects. 3 June 0

4 T3 T4 Continue to advance their knowledge and understanding, and to develop new skills to a high level. Critically examine and appreciate the importance of the resources needed to effectively exploit the potential of an entrepreneurial opportunity. Teaching and Learning Methods: In the main these skills are fostered and enhanced through completion of practical exercises and especially the preparation of assignments. Students receive guidance relevant to these tasks and are given feedback on assignments relating to transferable skills such as the quality of writing and presentation in addition to the content. Assessment Methods: These learning outcomes are assessed alongside those under sections K, I and P through a range of methods, especially projects and literature reviews. MASTER OF SCIENCE AWARD The course provides opportunities for students to achieve and demonstrate the following learning outcomes. Successful students will be able to: K KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING OF SUBJECT K K K3 K4 K5 Demonstrate a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the scientific principles, theories and practice in Manufacturing Management, much of which is at, or informed by the forefront of Manufacturing Management practice. Recognise and analyse criteria and specifications appropriate to specific problems and plan strategies for their solution. Analyse the extent to which a Manufacturing system meets the criteria defined for its current deployment and future evolution. Comprehend the professional, legal, moral, environmental and ethical issues involved in the exploitation of Manufacturing Management techniques. Critically evaluate the role of the entrepreneur in new venture creation, in the development of established organisations or the development of an innovative product in the area of Manufacturing. Teaching and Learning Methods Subject related qualities are acquired mainly through lectures, seminars, directed reading, case studies and practical sessions. Exposure to the Manufacturing environment is an important aspect of the teaching and learning methods, as are projects. Assessment Methods Testing of the knowledge base is principally through examinations and/or coursework assignments, technical reports, project dissertation and oral presentations. I INTELLECTUAL QUALITIES 4 June 0

5 I I I3 I4 I5 I6 Locate, critically discuss and synthesise academic literature relevant to Manufacturing Management. Evaluate the benefits and shortcomings of data in the context of a specific application. Demonstrate an ability to critically appraise analytical methodologies and decisionmaking scenarios. Demonstrate independent thought in relation to the conduct of research, analysis and interpretation of results. Experiment with creative thinking techniques in seeking solutions to complex entrepreneurial problems, including new Manufacturing product/service development and/or the development of new Manufacturing processes/systems. Demonstrate the ability to successfully conduct an independent programme of research and/or analysis and develop recommendations based on findings. Teaching and Learning Methods Intellectual qualities are developed mainly through tutor directed tutorials, supervised practical sessions and self-directed learning, employing study packs and research based material. Assessment Methods Assessment focuses on the coursework submissions, experiment write-ups, project reports and dissertation. Some of these skills are also assessed in written examinations. P PROFESSIONAL /PRACTICAL SKILLS P P P3 P4 Formulate innovative solutions leading to the design of products, systems or processes to fulfil new needs. Integrate entrepreneurship theory and practice through the development of an effective plan, either to develop a new venture or to develop an existing organisation. Perform effectively within a team environment and have the ability to recognise and utilise individuals contributions in group processes. Use management skills to plan, organise and provide leadership in work groups and projects. Teaching and Learning Methods The teaching and learning methods place emphasis on tutor directed tutorials, problem based seminars and practical sessions, team assignments, and project preparation and implementation. Assessment Methods Coursework assignments, project reports, peer- and self-assessment, presentations and the dissertation constitute the assessment methods. T TRANSFERABLE SKILLS 5 June 0

6 T T T3 T4 Make decisions in complex and unpredictable situations and exercise initiative and personal responsibility. Demonstrate the ability to communicate information and findings in a variety of formats, including practical reports, essays, literature reviews and projects. Continue to advance their knowledge and understanding in Manufacturing Management practice and theory, and to develop new skills to a high level. Critically examine and appreciate the importance of the resources needed to effectively exploit the potential of an entrepreneurial opportunity. Teaching and Learning Methods: In the main these skills are fostered and enhanced through completion of practical exercises and especially the preparation of assignments. Students receive guidance relevant to these tasks and are given feedback on assignments relating to transferable skills such as the quality of writing and presentation in addition to the content. Assessment Methods: These learning outcomes are assessed alongside those under sections K, I and P through a range of methods, especially projects and literature reviews. 6 June 0

7 MODULE OUTCOME MAP for PgD MANUFACTURING MANAGEMENT Please Note: The matrix displays only the main measurable outcomes. There may be other outcomes detailed in the module descriptions (e.g. attitudes and behaviours), which are not assessed. Mod No. Module Description K K K3 K4 K5 I I I3 I4 I5 P P P3 P4 T T T3 T4 EEE809 Research Methods X X X X X X X MEC860 Entrepreneurship (Engineering) X X X X X X X X MEC86 Research Based Learning X X X X X X X X X X X X MEC86 Research Based Learning X X X X X X X X X X X X X MEC809 Work Based Learning X X X X X X X X X X MEC863 Work Based Learning X X X X X X X X X X X X X MEC808 Manufacturing Systems X X X X X X X X X X X X X MEC83 Quality Improvement X X X X X X X X X X X X X X MEC844 Management of Health & Safety at Work X X X X X X X X X MEC864 CAE for Managers X X X X X X X MODULE OUTCOME MAP for MSc MANUFACTURING MANAGEMENT Please Note: The matrix displays only the main measurable outcomes. There may be other outcomes detailed in the module descriptions (e.g. attitudes and behaviours), which are not assessed. Mod No. Module Description K K K3 K4 K5 I I I3 I4 I5 I6 P P P3 P4 T T T3 T4 EEE809 Research Methods X X X X X X X X MEC860 Entrepreneurship (Engineering) X X X X X X X X MEC86 Research Based Learning X X X X X X X X X X X X X MEC86 Research Based Learning X X X X X X X X X X X X X X MEC809 Work Based Learning X X X X X X X X X X MEC863 Work Based Learning X X X X X X X X X X X X X MEC808 Manufacturing Systems X X X X X X X X X X X X X MEC83 Quality Improvement X X X X X X X X X X X X X X MEC844 Management of Health & Safety at Work X X X X X X X X X MEC864 CAE for Managers X X X X X X X MEC868 Masters Dissertation X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 7 June 0

8 . COURSE STRUCTURE AND REQUIREMENTS The courses offer a programme of study leading to the award of a Postgraduate Diploma or a Master of Science Degree and conform to the University s modular requirements. POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA The programme for a Postgraduate Diploma may be studied full-time over a period of one academic year or part-time over two academic years. An accumulation of 0 credit points, coming from eight 5-point modules, is necessary to complete the Diploma programme of study. All candidates will study Research Methods and Entrepreneurship. Two practice-based modules are research-based for full-time candidates or work-based for part-time candidates. Finally, four specialist 5-point Manufacturing Management modules on the programme complete a coherent body of postgraduate study. Year Year Module Code Module Title Credit points Status* EEE809 Research Methods 5 C MEC808 Manufacturing Systems 5 C MEC809 Work-based Learning 5 C MEC83 Quality Improvement 5 C MEC863 Work-based Learning 5 C MEC864 CAE for Managers 5 C MEC860 Entrepreneurship 5 C MEC844 Management of Health & Safety 5 C PgD Manufacturing Management (Part-time) *C = compulsory O = optional Year Module Code Module Title Credit points Status* EEE809 Research Methods 5 C MEC808 Manufacturing Systems 5 C MEC86 Research-based Learning 5 C MEC864 CAE for Managers 5 C MEC86 Research-based Learning 5 C MEC83 Quality Improvement 5 C MEC860 Entrepreneurship 5 C MEC844 Management of Health & Safety 5 C *C = compulsory O = optional 8 June 0

9 PgD Manufacturing Management (Full-time) MASTER OF SCIENCE The programme for the Master of Science may be studied full-time over a period of one calendar year or part-time over three academic years as shown in the following diagrams. Year Year Year 3 & Module Code Module Title Credit points Status* EEE809 Research Methods 5 C MEC808 Manufacturing Systems 5 C MEC809 Work-based Learning 5 C MEC83 Quality Improvement 5 C MEC863 Work-based Learning 5 C MEC864 CAE for Managers 5 C MEC860 Entrepreneurship 5 C MEC844 Management of Health & Safety 5 C MEC868 Masters Dissertation 60 C MSc Manufacturing Management (Part-time) *C = compulsory O = optional Year 3 Module Code Module Title Credit points Status* EEE809 Research Methods 5 C MEC808 Manufacturing Systems 5 C MEC86 Research-based Learning 5 C MEC864 CAE for Managers 5 C MEC86 Research-based Learning 5 C MEC83 Quality Improvement 5 C MEC860 Entrepreneurship 5 C MEC844 Management of Health & Safety 5 C MEC868 Masters Dissertation 60 C MSc Manufacturing Management (Full-time) *C = compulsory O = optional 9 June 0

10 Upon successful completion of the eight 5-point taught modules, candidates will undertake a 60-credit point research project and dissertation. In the case of full-time students this will normally be completed in the summer semester to complete the MSc in a calendar year. In the case of part-time students the dissertation will normally be taken over the first two semesters of the following academic year, for completion of the MSc in 3 academic years of study. Exceptionally, part-time students may opt to take a full calendar year to produce the Master s dissertation and submit their thesis at the end of the summer semester. Progression, transfer and award criteria are given in section SUPPORT FOR STUDENTS AND THEIR LEARNING Students and their learning are supported in a number of ways:- An Induction Session gives an overview on the key aspects of the course and resources provided by the University. This is delivered to students in the first week by the Course Director, together with the leaders responsible for each of the subject areas of the courses. A Programme Handbook provides all the necessary information about the course. It provides information on modules to be studied, course calendar, course director, teaching staff, health and safety issues, student support services and a guide to life as a student. It also contains the course specification and the current course regulations. Module Booklets describe the content of each module delivered in a particular year. These provide students with the module content, teaching and assessment schedules and a list of the recommended texts. A centralised Counselling Service is available to students who are experiencing problems with aspects of their lives other than the strictly academic. However, if these problems are affecting their studies or academic progress the course director, study advisor and appropriate members of the course team co-operate to provide recommended help and advice to the student concerned. A centralised Careers Service is available to help full-time students on the course to determine their future career and support their applications for employment. Direct advice is provided to enable students to make meaningful use of the careers service throughout the year. A Research Methods module has been included in the programme of study to enhance understanding and develop research skills for project preparation and presentation. A student/staff consultative committee is established for each year of the programme, providing a means of addressing general programme concerns. Students also have access to the Course Director via and consultation meetings for discussion of learning and teaching matters. The University s International Office provides orientation support for international students and can provide immigration advice. Other support is provided in the areas of accommodation, special needs, healthcare, childcare, and Internet access, computer usage, learning packs, personal development planning and extensive library and other learning resources. 4. CRITERIA FOR ADMISSION TO THE COURSE 0 June 0

11 Applicants must hold a degree [with at least ii Honours standard for the MSc course] or equivalent or demonstrate their ability to undertake the course through the accreditation of prior experiential learning (APEL). 5. EVALUATING AND IMPROVING THE QUALITY AND STANDARD OF LEARNING AND TEACHING Mechanisms for review and evaluation of teaching, learning, assessment, and the curriculum and outcome standards include: The Course Committee. This committee oversees all changes to the Course and has overall responsibility for its design and effective delivery. The Staff-Student Consultative Committee. Class representatives are appointed to represent the student population of the course. They are expected to bring forward any issues raised by the student group they represent. Module Evaluation. Each module co-ordinator takes responsibility for evaluating the content and delivery of their module. The evaluation is informed by student feedback on tutors involved in the delivery of the module and module performance statistics provided by the University. The Course Committee reviews the evaluations. Peer Observation. Former peer-observation arrangements facilitated enhancement of practice, whereby academic staff members agreed to be subject to peer observation of their work and practice. This was a relatively informal arrangement in the past whereby colleagues agreed with other colleagues to be observer or observe, and to provide confidential feedback on aspects of practice. This typically involved some observation of live work within a teaching environment. The school had a good history of participation within this original scheme. Review activity was undertaken within the faculties during and as a result the following recommendations were presented to faculties for consultation and subsequently approved by Senate in autumn 006. The full report (Paper No TLC/06/50 Teaching and Learning Committee 4 th June 006, Agenda Item c) is accessible at: %0Peer%0Observation.pdf As a result of the research conducted it was proposed that the University of Ulster implement the following changes to its current approach: Retain the current arrangements for the direct observation of teaching during a new member of staff s probationary period and within the PGCHEP Introduces a new model for staff with a teaching and learning role. It is recommended that the University moves to a peer-supported review model where the key difference is that it extends the scope of the focus of the review from June 0

12 traditional teaching to the wider range of teaching and learning activities that impact on the student experience. This should result in clear enhancements being made to the student experience. A pilot of the scheme has reached a successful conclusion and in the current academic year (009-00), all academic staff members within the School of Engineering have been encouraged to participate in the revised scheme, which facilitates a wide range of peer-supported routes towards enhancement of current practice. It is envisaged that this revised enhancement-orientated approach will produce a wide range of benefits, which will impact positively upon all aspects of academic practice. It is also envisaged that direct benefits will accrue in respect of teaching, learning, assessment and administration, in respect of both undergraduate and postgraduate provision within the school. A Handbook, Peer Supported Review of Learning, Teaching and Assessment , adapted from resources produced by FDTL5 Project ELATE, can be accessed at: The review facilitates practice enhancement in any of the following areas: Designing and Planning Learning Activities Teaching and/or Supporting Learning Assessment and Giving Feedback Developing Effective Learning Environments Student Support and Guidance Integrating Scholarship, Research and Teaching and Learning Leadership and Course Management It is envisaged that colleagues within the school will engage dynamically and that some significant benefits will carry through to the PgD/MSc provision, as a result. Staff Appraisal. This exercise is carried out on a -year cycle with attention given to the development needs of the individual staff member. Staff Development. The University has an active Staff Development Unit, which works closely with Educational Development and, in addition provides specific training/development for staff. Specifically, all new staff (opportunity is also provided for existing staff) have to pursue a formal teaching qualification (Postgraduate Certificate) and are encouraged to apply for membership of the ILT. Annual Subject Monitoring. Each year, all courses within the Faculty are reviewed to ensure their effectiveness and identify opportunities for improvement. 6. REGULATION OF STANDARDS Assessment rules Candidates must achieve an overall module mark of 50% in all modules, with a minimum mark of 45% in each element of assessment within a module to be awarded a pass. Classification of Final Result for Postgraduate Diploma The Board of Examiners shall recommend the award of a Pass with Distinction to a candidate who achieves an overall aggregate mark of at least 70%. Candidates admitted with advance standing shall be assessed in accordance with the course regulations using the evidence from the accredited prior learning. June 0

13 Candidates who successfully complete the Postgraduate Diploma are entitled to transfer to the Master s course to undertake the Master s dissertation. Classification of Final Result for Postgraduate Centificate Candidates who fail to satisfy the requirements for the award and have passed four modules amounting to 60 credit points may be recommended for the award of a postgraduate certificate. The Board of Examiners shall recommend the award of a Pass with Distinction to a candidate who achieves an overall aggregate mark of at least 70%. Classification of Final Result for Master s Degree The Board of Examiners shall recommend the award of a Pass with Distinction to a candidate who achieves an overall aggregate mark (weighted according to module credit value) of 70% or more, with a mark of at least 70% being achieved in the Masters Dissertation module. Candidates who fail the Research Dissertation module and have passed the taught and research-based/ work-based modules may be assessed for the award of a Postgraduate Diploma (see above). Role of the External Examiner An External Examiner, is appointed to the course by the Senate, and reports annually to the University. The term of office is normally for 4 years. The full duties of an external examiner are set out in the University s Code of Practice for External Examiners. They include: Approval and moderation of examination papers and other forms of assessment. Consideration and revision of the standard of marking. Ensuring that academic standards are maintained and that individual students are treated fairly. Comparability of these standards with those of similar courses. Submitting to the Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Teaching and Learning) a report on standards of the Course. 7. INDICATORS OF QUALITY RELATING TO LEARNING AND TEACHING Teaching staff within the faculty are encouraged to become accredited members of the Institute for Learning and Teaching. As well as teaching, most staff are actively engaged in research that informs their teaching. In addition, most have substantial industrial experience prior to joining the University. A significant number are full members of appropriate professional bodies (e.g. CEng, MIMechE, MIET, MIED, CMath, etc.). Staff from the School engage in leading edge and applied research within associated centres; namely Nanotechnology & Integrated Bio-Engineering Centre and Engineering Composites Research Centre. Graduates from the courses have substantially better employment prospects than those from other subject disciplines. Most will have paid employment within industry within 3 months of graduation. 3 June 0

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