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Postgraduate courses with May 2018 starts

We are offering postgraduate courses with May 2018 intakes at our Coventry University campus, and at Coventry University London we have postgraduate courses starting in April 2018. You can find a full list of all of our September intake courses here.

Faculty of Engineering, Environment and Computing

  • Agroecology and Food Security MSc
    The course is designed to equip professionals and graduates with the knowledge to critically analyse and assess the relationships between agroecological food production and management, farming systems, climate change economics and the environment.

  • Automotive Engineering MEng/BEng
    An exciting area of engineering many children dream of working in; our Automotive Engineering BEng can be continued to master’s level.

  • Civil and Structural Engineering MSc
    Covers a range of subjects from advanced structural analysis and design to to global professional development.

  • Civil Engineering MSc
    This course covers a range of subjects from advanced design concepts to global professional development.

  • Computer Science MSc
    The MSc in Computer Science will be of particular relevance to graduates who have a first degree in computer science and now wish to extend their capability.

  • Computer Science MSci/BSc
    Problem-solving lies at the heart of Computer Science, making this one of the most exciting and forward-thinking courses you can study.

  • Construction Management MSc
    An industry-focused and topical course which aims to enhance the career options for those with an undergraduate degree in construction management

  • Construction Project and Cost Management MSc
    A practice led course for new graduate and mid-career professionals that has been developed in response to a rapid cultural change in the global construction industry.

  • Disaster Management MSc
    This course aims to provide students with the research skills, knowledge and management expertise to deal with future crises, emergencies and disasters in the developed and developing world.

  • Embedded Microelectronics and Wireless Systems MSc
    Designed to capture the essence of the rapidly developing fields of Embedded Microelectronics and Wireless Systems.

  • Emergency Planning and Management MSc
    A taught course designed to provide students with an advanced level of understanding of concepts and evolving best practice in emergency planning and management.

  • Engineering Business Management MSc
    This course introduces students to all the key aspects of managing a company in the engineering sector.

  • Engineering Project Management MSc
    This course aims to improve students understanding of project planning, monitoring and controlling techniques.

  • Forensic Computing MSc
    To pursue an exciting and expert career in forensic computing you will be required to acquire specialist knowledge and skills that can be gained on our MSc in Forensic Computing.

  • Information Technology MSc
    This course provides a wide range of theoretical and practical opportunities for graduates from a variety of disciplines.

  • Highways and Transportation Engineering MSc
    This exciting new course responds to the rapid growth and demand in the highways and transportation industry, both in the UK and overseas. 

  • Management Information Systems MSc
    In the era of Big Data and the obvious dependence of modern businesses on information and its criticality, there is a need to train up and equip managers for the management of Information Systems.

  • Management of Information Technology MSc
    The MSc in Management of Information Technology focuses on the management of the development of information technology solutions.

  • Mechanical Engineering MEng/BEng
    Mechanical Engineering is the basis for many of the engineering disciplines, including the automotive, aero, marine and medical sectors. 

  • Motorsport Engineering MEng/BEng
    This integrated Master’s course aims to help develop your analytical and problem solving skills for the motorsport engineering sector.

  • Network Computing MSc
    The Network Computing MSc course covers technological, operational and strategic aspects of distributed and networked computer systems with core modules of study including support issues and the design of software.

  • Oil and Gas Engineering MSc
    This course aims to equip you with sector specific oil and gas engineering, technology and operational skills to succeed in this competitive environment.

  • Oil and Gas Management MSc
    This course aims to equip you with the skills required to support a range of management/professional careers in the global petroleum industry.

  • Petroleum and Environmental Technology MSc
    This course offers a unique, comprehensive and advanced level introduction to the technical operation of the petroleum industry linked to an assessment of the most important emerging environmental issues of concern to the sector.

  • Software Development MSc
    The Software Development MSc addresses the specification, design, development and implementation of large-scale software systems in a variety of contexts.

  • Supply Chain Management MSc
    This course aims to meet the needs of such professionals, whether they are employed or studying in preparation for employment.

Faculty of Arts and Humanities

Faculty of Business and Law

  • Finance MSc
    This course aims to provide students with specialist knowledge and skills in finance from a strategic and managerial perspective.

  • International Business Management MSc
    This course aims to enable individuals to think, work and integrate across the emerging global borderless economy with an understanding of international business skill sets and capabilities.

  • International Marketing MSc
    Students will study areas such as analysis and research of the international environment, and the design and implementation of specific international marketing activities and strategies.

  • Law LLM
    The course covers a number of international law modules in areas such as business, human rights and public international law.

Faculty of Health and Life Sciences

  • Business and Organisational Psychology MSc
    The course provides a sophisticated understanding of applying psychology in business settings, including understanding consumer behaviours, employee engagement and the impact of globalisation on organisational behaviours.

  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy MSc (Top Up)
    The course aims to increase students’ knowledge base of theory and research in CBT, and to promote a critical approach to the subject.

  • Psychology (Blended Learning) MSc
    This is a conversion course aimed at graduate students whose first degree was in a (relevant) subject other than Psychology.

  • Strength and Conditioning MSc
    The course aims to enable you to develop an evidence-based approach to understanding the science of strength training and the application of strength and conditioning in enhancing human performance.