Learn industry-driven skills for your career in engineering

About the school
Arden’s School of Engineering prepares you to address society’s biggest aspirations, putting you at the forefront of the industry and its needs.

A master’s degree in engineering management is the perfect choice for anyone looking to rise up to a senior-level position in the field, providing you with all the skills you need to unlock your professional ambitions.

Our School of Engineering is founded on three main pillars: authenticity, innovation, and industry. We make sure you’re thoroughly prepared to take on the current and future demands of engineering management through real-world practice, using a range of digital-first tools and assessments.

Emerging technological changes and innovations are a major driving force behind the onslaught of large-scale, national and international engineering projects every year. This has resulted in an enormous skills gap in the field, with too few high-skilled managers available to complete the projects at hand. The School of Engineering aims to bridge these gaps by developing work-ready, resilient graduates that are able to tackle today’s challenges from day one. With a focus on experiential learning, you’ll work on live projects and industry briefs, ensuring you gain first-hand experience solving some of today’s global engineering problems.

Our School of Engineering is led by a skilled academic team, all of whom are industry practitioners with years of experience in their respective fields. They’ll be there to guide you through your studies, helping you gain the confidence and capabilities you need to succeed in your future career.

School in numbers
student satisfaction
student satisfaction
95% of our graduates said they were satisfied with the Arden University learning experience.
of careers transformed
of careers transformed
90% of Arden graduates say their career possibilities have been enhanced by studying with us.*
global study locations
global study locations
Study from anywhere online, on campus in Berlin, or at one of our five UK study centres, including three locations in London.
Alumni are proud to be Arden graduates
Alumni are proud to be Arden graduates
In recognition of our continued commitment to our students, we were named number one education business in the 2020 Education Investor Awards.

Faculty staff

Georgina Harris

Welcome to the Faculty of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) at Arden University!
At Arden University, we are proud to offer learning opportunities for students passionate about exploring the frontiers of knowledge in STEM disciplines. Whether you are embarking on your academic journey in STEM, looking to build your confidence in the STEM basics, or seeking to expand your existing expertise, our faculty is dedicated to providing you with the tools, resources, and support needed to excel in the ever-evolving world of science and technology.
As a member of our STEM community, you will have access to a diverse range of programs, led by experienced academics and industry professionals. Our curriculum is carefully designed to blend theoretical knowledge with hands-on practical experiences, ensuring that you develop the skills and competencies demanded by today's dynamic job market.
At Arden, we believe in the power of collaboration and interdisciplinary learning. Our faculty embraces an inclusive and supportive environment, where students from different backgrounds and cultures come together to exchange ideas, challenge conventions, and solve complex problems. Employers are looking for well-rounded individuals who can work well with others in a culture of communication and collaboration. We will provide you with opportunities to work alongside fellow students and industry professionals, fostering a sense of teamwork and awakening the spirit of innovation.
Welcome to Arden University's Faculty of STEM… where your hard work makes dreams become reality and the future is waiting to be shaped.

Georgina Harris
Dean of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

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