Group projects run from February to April and provide teams of students with the opportunity to take responsibility for a consultancy type project, usually with an industrial sponsor.
The final individual thesis project takes up the remainder of the course to September. It allows students to demonstrate their ability to think and work in an original way and overcome genuine problems in design, supported by external organisations.
• CE Context and Framing
• Disruptive Innovation
• Advanced Materials
• Circular Value Chains
• Circular Business Models and Finance
• Sustainable Manufacture
• Renewable Energy Systems
• Design for CE
• Biological Systems
• Managing the Transition towards CE
• Personal Capability
Taught modules: 40%
Group projects: 20%
Individual project: 40%
Start date, duration and location
Start date: Part-time: October.
Duration: Part-time MSc - up to three years, Part-time PgCert - two years, Part-time PgDip - two years
Teaching location: Cranfield, Online