38 courses found
This course is designed to provide you the opportunity to learn the vital skills required to join the teams of aerospace systems engineers designing and developing systems for the next generation of aircraft.
The Aerospace Technology course concentrates on engineering mathematics, aircraft systems, control systems, aerodynamics, aircraft structures and manufacturing, mechanical engineering and engineering management. Gaining knowledge in these subject areas upon successful completion, will provide successful graduates with a strong base from which to start professional work in aerospace design using the latest software tools.
The Applied Mechanical Engineering top-up degree is designed to enhance your existing engineering skills and qualifications and in turn, your career.
Architectural Technology brings together the disciplines of architectural design and construction technology – creating, planning and managing building projects that not only look aesthetically pleasing, but also incorporate sound structural, environmental and construction aspects within their design.
An exciting area of engineering many children dream of working in; our Automotive Engineering BEng can be continued to master’s level.
This specialised business degree focuses on the dynamic world of airport and airline business operations. It is designed for those potentially seeking a career in some aspect of the management of airlines, airports or air transport services.
This professionally accredited course is designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills to give expert advice on construction, maintenance, repair and refurbishment of buildings, always ensuring compliance with statutory regulations.
This civil and environmental engineering course is aimed at students who aspire to become professionally qualified engineers. If you wish to study civil engineering in the UK or abroad with an emphasis on environmental engineering, then this may be the course for you.
This civil engineering course is aimed at students who aspire to become professionally qualified engineers, wishing to study civil engineering with an emphasis on engineering practice and its role within construction.
This Civil Engineering course is aimed at students who aspire to become professionally qualified engineers and wish to study Civil Engineering with an emphasis on engineering practice and its role within construction, in the UK and abroad.
Computer Hardware and Software Engineering BEng (Hons) at Coventry University is a course aimed at bridging the gap between electronics and software engineering knowledge.
We believe that problem-solving lies at the heart of computer science. We aim to make this one of the most exciting and forward-thinking courses you can study.
Computing, from the internet to mobile computing, smart devices and beyond, has changed the world – and continues to do so: next-generation robots, driverless cars, and digital currencies are just three examples of what is already on the way.
One of the largest and most influential markets in the world today, the construction industry is projected to grow from US$8.5 trillion in 2015 to US$10.3 trillion in 2020. In the UK alone, it contributed £103 billion in economic output in 2014 and accounted for 6% – or 2.1 million – of all jobs.
Ninety percent of the data in the world today has been created in the last two years alone, rendering traditional data processing applications inadequate and increasing the demand for sophisticated data analysts who can collate, interpret and draw value from complex data sets.
Disaster and emergency management professionals play a critical role in lessening the impact of human, technological and environmental catastrophes. Professionals work with numerous partners to quickly and accurately assess situations and communities affected, advising on all aspects of response and recovery, as well as future prevention or management strategies.
A degree in electrical and electronic engineering at Coventry University could provide you with the perfect start for a fascinating career in numerous sectors of science and engineering.
Electronic engineering is a synergy of the electronics, signal processing, computing and communications engineering. Successful graduate electronic engineers could be involved in developing cutting edge technology such as power-dense electronic controllers; creating an integrated RF analogue-to-digital signal devices; developing scalable, multi-function, phased array radar systems or designing algorithms for use in a diverse range of applications such as error detection and correction and image processing.
This course examines the oil and gas industry, the renewable energy sector and nuclear power, and aims to cover the financial, technical, political, social and environmental aspects of modern energy management.
If you’re already working in the industry, you can boost your knowledge with this part-time Engineering BSc, which works around you.
You could be next in-line for a promotion with the Engineering Business Management BEng, designed to boost your existing qualifications.
The specialist skills and knowledge to thoroughly test the security of computer systems, make them secure and investigate properly if they are compromised are not typically taught within a standard computer science course. In contrast, our British Computer Society (BCS) accredited course has been developed to provide a good practical and theoretical understanding of cybersecurity, hacking, digital forensics and the underlying computer science.
The video games market will more than double to become a $300bn-plus industry by 2025, according to GlobalData, constantly challenging the capabilities of consumer-grade hardware and charting the evolution of that hardware.
Natural hazards and the processes associated with the physical environment are some of the most prominent challenges that we face globally. This rewarding course will develop your abilities to analyse and predict future events, as well as manage and mitigate their effects to support communities when they need it most.
Having taught geography for over 40 years, Coventry University is ranked as the 10th best university in the UK for ‘Geography and Environmental Studies’ in the Guardian University Guide 2020.
Covering physical landscapes, the natural environment and global change, our Geography BSc (Hons) course can show you how our world is changing.
Top-up your existing qualifications with our Informatics BSc course. You could broaden your technical IT skills and boost your career.
Rapid technological change and the challenges of global competition have raised the demand for highly skilled professionals who can align corporate objectives with modern business systems and an effective Information Technology (IT) infrastructure.
Coventry University’s new Interactive Media and Web Technologies course responds to an increasing demand in the creative industries for imaginative individuals with a flair for developing creative user interfaces, combined with web and media content development skills.
This integrated Master’s course has been designed and delivered in partnership with Unipart Manufacturing Group as part of a £32 million collaborative project to develop the next generation of highly skilled, specialist engineers for the UK's high-value manufacturing sector.
Mathematics and Physics are both exciting subjects sharing a common history. Both fields go hand in hand and can help to model real world situations to find new solutions to problems.
This accredited course in Mathematics and Statistics can be a rewarding one for those with analytical minds and a love of data and results.
If you’re curious about numbers and how they’re used practically in the ‘real world’, a Mathematics BSc can lead you down many career paths.
Ranked 3rd in the UK for the study of Mechanical Engineering (Guardian University Guide 2020), our professionally accredited course gives you the opportunity to qualify first at Bachelor and, if you choose to continue, to Master’s degree level.
This integrated master’s course, which is currently accredited by the Institute of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE)*, has been designed to respond to the demand for Motorsport Engineers with strong analytical and problem-solving skills to ensure the industry remains at the cutting edge of innovation.
This course aims to provide you with a solid grounding in understanding fundamental concepts in physics.
Due to a strong growth in the built environment as a whole and in particular in the importance placed on financial and legal management within the sector, the quantity surveying role has been growing in importance for a number of years and is now seen as one of the key roles in the delivery of successful construction projects.