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Production & manufacturing engineering (H7)

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HESA Subject Description CUG Subject
Production & manufacturing engineering (H700) The study of the principles of engineering as they apply to the management and control of factory and workshop techniques and the industrial developments in technology and materials. Aeronautical & Manufacturing Engineering
Manufacturing systems engineering (H710) The study of the principles of engineering as they apply to electrical and electronic methods of manufacture. Aeronautical & Manufacturing Engineering
Manufacturing systems design (H711) The study of the principles of engineering as they apply to the design of new and/or replacement production-line technology. Aeronautical & Manufacturing Engineering
Manufacturing installation systems (H712) The study of the principles of engineering as they apply to the design and installation of production-line technology. Aeronautical & Manufacturing Engineering
Production processes (H713) The study of the principles of engineering as they apply to efficient application of production-line technology. Aeronautical & Manufacturing Engineering
Manufacturing systems maintenance (H714) The study of the principles of engineering as they apply to the maintenance of production-line technology. Aeronautical & Manufacturing Engineering
Quality assurance engineering (H720) The study of the principles of engineering as they apply to the creation of models from which conclusions about real situations can be researched. Aeronautical & Manufacturing Engineering
Mechatronics (H730) The study of electronics as applied to the development of symbiotic software/hardware technology. Aeronautical & Manufacturing Engineering
Production & manufacturing engineering not elsewhere classified (H790) Miscellaneous grouping for related subjects which do not fit into other Production and Manufacturing Engineering categories. To be used sparingly. Aeronautical & Manufacturing Engineering