Develop engineering expertise alongside knowledge of the full range of business functions.
Our Engineering Business Management degree will appeal to you if you want to study Engineering, but seek an alternative to becoming a Chartered Engineer. This course provides a focus on the commercial and business aspects of engineering.
Engineering companies need to provide not only superior products, but also superior services in order to be sustainable in the long-term. There is a real demand for graduates with technical knowledge as well as strategic business management and entrepreneurial skills. By mastering this you’ll provide the key interface between roles as diverse as design, manufacturing, marketing, contract management and supply chain management.
In the same way as our other engineering undergraduates, those studying Engineering Business Management will develop an in-depth understanding of the classical principles of engineering by following a general engineering programme for the first four terms. Thereafter, Engineering Business Management students will specialise in engineering business related subjects, equipping students with the business and management skills they need to operate in a global economy.
Teaching draws on the expertise of the School of Engineering, which delivers the highest standards of technical expertise; WMG (Warwick Manufacturing Group)Link opens in a new window, which offers innovative links between academia and industry; and Warwick Business School (WBS)Link opens in a new window, which is internationally recognised for excellence in business management.
- BEng Engineering Business Management (HN12)
- In the same way as our other engineering undergraduates, those studying Engineering Business Management will develop an in-depth understanding of the classical principles of engineering by following a general engineering programme for the first four terms. Thereafter, Engineering Business Management students will specialise in engineering business related subjects, equipping students with the business and management skills they need to operate in a global economy.
Entry requirements are published on the University website:
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We offer flexible degree programmes that enable you to experience a range of engineering disciplines before you decide to specialise.
All first year students study a general engineering programme, which is much favoured by industry. In the second year, you continue to study the same core modules as all other students until the end of term one, after you which you can specialise in Engineering Business Management, choose another specialism or continue on the general engineering pathway.
In your first year you will be taught the fundamentals of engineering, which you will build on in later years according to your interests.
- Dynamics and Thermodynamics (ES190Link opens in a new window)
- Electrical and Electronic Circuits (ES191Link opens in a new window)
- Engineering Design (ES192Link opens in a new window)
- Engineering Mathematics (ES193Link opens in a new window)
- Introduction to Engineering Business Management (ES194Link opens in a new window)
- Introduction to Engineering: Professionalism and Practice (ES101Link opens in a new window)
- Materials for Engineering (ES195Link opens in a new window)
- Statics and Structures (ES196Link opens in a new window)
- Systems Modelling, Simulation and Computation (ES197Link opens in a new window)
- Dynamics and Fluid Mechanics (ES2C5Link opens in a new window)
- Electromechanical System Design (ES2C6Link opens in a new window)
- Engineering Mathematics and Data Analytics (ES2C7Link opens in a new window)
- Technical Operations Management (ES2D8Link opens in a new window)
- Industrial Engineering (ES2D0Link opens in a new window)
- Starting a Business (ES2B6Link opens in a new window)
Examples of optional modules
- Foundations of Finance
- Foundations of Accounting
Examples of optional modules
- In year three students combine a technical engineering education with greater business content. Students select 50% of their final year credit from engineering modules taught mostly within WMG and Engineering and 50% from business-related modules taught at the internationally renowned Warwick Business School.Link opens in a new window
- Current modules choices include:
- International Business Strategy
- Design and Management of Lean Operations
- Global Sourcing and Innovation
- Changing Organisations
- Foundations of Marketing
The information on this page is applicable for 2023 entry. Detailed information for each module can be found on this webpage.
Our course and module content is continually reviewed and updated to reflect the latest research expertise at Warwick, so it is therefore very important that you check this website for the latest information before you apply and when you accept an offer.
Students may choose to spend a year in industry, research or study abroad between years two and three. If you choose to take an intercalated year, this will be reflected in your degree title, and add a year to your degree programme.
Please see the University website for details of tuition fees, financial support and the cost of living.
The School of Engineering is privileged to attract high fliers and seeks to recognise and promote achievement, talent, ideas, hard work and diversity. We regularly offer a number of scholarships.
Reflecting the realities of the multidisciplinary business environment, our curriculum integrates both the technical and business context you will need to be successful in a wide range of careers. You might aspire to join a company that provides engineering, maintenance or logistic services, for example, or have your sights set on consultancy roles.
You’ll develop your engineering expertise alongside knowledge of the full range of business functions, equipping you to find your place in an increasingly competitive global marketplace.
With our world becoming progressively more connected, engineering is taking on a more prominent and connected role. EBM teaches you how to effectively bridge those gaps and provides you with the engineering skills and business know-how to excel in the changing work environment.
Eric, 1st year Engineering Business Management student
BEng 3 years full time
30 weeks per academic year
25 January 2023
Location of study
University of Warwick, Coventry
Find out more about fees and funding.
Other course costs
There may be costs associated with other items or services such as academic texts, course notes, and trips associated with your course. For further information on the typical additional costs please see the University course pages.Link opens in a new window
For all enquiries on our Engineering degrees, please contact engadmissions at warwick dot ac dot uk
This information is applicable for 2023 entry.