Postgraduate courses in the School of Architecture and the Built Environment have been designed to reflect current and emerging practices in industry and to expand your technological awareness such that you can play a pivotal role in your chosen profession.
Increasingly the technology focused on in our courses is enabling companies to compete in today’s dynamic and global marketplace.We pride ourselves on a very high employability rate for our postgraduate students.
On completion of our courses, you can develop your career towards senior management positions, where deeper technical knowledge is beneficial.
Our School of Science offerss a diverse cluster of awards with a number of course options. Whichever course you choose, you will find a strong practical emphasis in your studies, putting theories into practice, which will prepare you for employment in your chosen field.
We have excellent laboratories and facilities across all science-based subject areas, including a realistic scene of-crime suite, first-rate pharmacy facilities and new equipment for exercise physiology support. As a School of Science student, you will benefit from: quantitative real-time PCR, fluorescence microscopy, confocal microscopy and fluorescence activated cell sorting. Our biotechnology lab includes microbial and fermentation facilities, as well as sophisticated glasshouses which include facilities for growing tropical and xerophytic plants.
Postgraduate engineering at the University of Wolverhampton encourages you to acquire skills in creating innovative solutions to practical problems and realise your full creative potential in engineering design.You will learn from industry experts; respected organisations such as Smithers Rapra Technology Ltd (an international organisation with more than 85 years of experience providing industry with information and technical support on all aspects of rubber and plastics); and EOS GmbH (a key technology supplier for Rapid Manufacturing) who sponsor the awards and transfer their hands-on engineering knowledge into our programes. Our multi-million pound facilities are internationally recognised for their cutting-edge industrial hardware and software. We support international businesses with the development and commercialisation of new product ideas through our state-of-the-art engineering equipment.
Following our engineering Master’s programmes, employment opportunities exist in technical environments across the world. Careers may include exciting areas such as research and development, design or product development.
|MSc Manufacturing Engineering|
|MSc Advanced Technology Management (Manufacturing)|
|MSc Advanced Technology Management (Sustainability)|
|MSc Advanced Technology Management (Engineering Analysis)|
If you are already in employment, the programmes will enhance your academic and professional profile, enabling you to accelerate your career and access roles at a higher management level.
|MSc Information Technology Management|
|MSc Information Technology|
|MSc Computer Science|
|Postgraduate Certificate Information Technology|
|MSc Web and Mobile Application Development|
|MSc Human Computer Interaction|
Lifelong learning, Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and Continuing Education (CE) are essential requirements for all healthcare professionals, including pharmacists, pharmaceuticals scientists and pharmacy technicians in all sectors of practice.
Studying with us will help you to develop your personal skills and interests, enhance your employability and advance your future career prospects. Employers can be confident that their professional workforce is up to date with national and regional policies that influence local service provision, and well equipped with the necessary skills to deliver cost-effective patient care.
|MSc Pharmaceutical Science (Drug Discovery and Design)|
|MSc Pharmaceutical Science (Pharmacological Sciences)|
|Postgraduate Independent Prescribing course|