Most academic activities at the School of Computing, Science & Engineering are organised by subject - including undergraduate degrees, postgraduate degrees, postgraduate research, research, outreach and enterprise.
Acoustic & audio engineering, music & sound technology, TV, animation & social media are our passions. We are leaders in teaching, research and commercial work in audio and acoustic engineering, video and television.
Aeronautical Engineering at the University of Salford provides a wide range of opportunities for undergraduate study, postgraduate study and research within the areas of aeronautical engineering, aerospace, aircraft engineering, aviation technology, aerospace, and pilot studies – all areas with excellent employment prospects.
We offer a range of undergraduate and postgraduate taught courses in Civil Engineering with a strong practical content which is in demand from modern employers. Research into Civil Engineering is carried out in the Civil Engineering Research Centre.
The school's undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in this subject are both taught at MediaCityUK; the undergraduate degree is linked to the University's Cisco Networking Academy. Academic research and doctoral programmes focus on areas such as mobile networking, intelligent buildings, networked multimedia applications and other computer networking and telecommunications technologies.
Emphasising the development of practical and applied skills to service the needs of business and commerce are two undergraduate degrees that are professionally accredited by the British Computer Society as well as a degree in Multimedia and Internet Technology. We also provide postgraduate taught courses and supervised research to Doctoral level.
The BSc (Hons) Mathematics undergraduate degree is an exciting degree with an emphasis on mathematics applied to business and industry delivered by teachers whose success was recognised by the award of HE STEM funding for particularly novel delivery.
Mechanical Engineering undergraduate and postgraduate taught courses at the School of Computing, Science and Engineering cover all of the key areas that are important for the development of strong all-round mechanical engineers.
The subject offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes covering the various fields of Petroleum and Gas Engineering, taught by academics who perform research into both experimental and theoretical simulation in a wide range of fields connected with oil, gas and spray technology.
At Salford, we teach outstanding Physics degrees with a high level of employer engagement and perform internationally excellent theoretical and applied research through the Materials and Physics Research Centre.