Some of the most interesting and ground-breaking research we create does not sit comfortably in a single discipline. It exists at the interfaces between fields, drawing on expertise from a number of areas.
To create a research-based education, capitalising on UCL’s strengths in these areas, all students will take a minor option as part of their degree. These are either topics from disciplines complementary to engineering, or interdisciplinary subjects based on our research strengths and taught by cross-disciplinary teams.
Minors are taught across the second and third year (three modules – 45 credits in total). Students select their minors at the start of their 2nd year.
Further information on all Minors can be found at: http://www.engineering.ucl.ac.uk/current-students/minors
UCL’s Integrated Engineering Programme has been shortlisted for a CATE Award (Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence) by the Higher Education Academy (HEA). Recognising outstanding teaching The CATE Awards recognise outstanding...
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