At Surrey, we offer integrated masters courses in biochemistry, chemistry, physics, mathematics and across the engineering disciplines.
Benefits of an integrated masters
An integrated masters degree combines both undergraduate and postgraduate-level study within one course, enabling you to build an advanced understanding of your subject and setting you up for a technical or research career in industry or academia.
What you will study
On an integrated masters course, you'll typically study the same content as on a BSc (Hons) programme for the first three years, followed by a year of masters-level content, including a major research project or engineering design project (depending on your chosen degree). A typical integrated masters degree lasts four years.
Depending on your course, you may also be able to take a Professional Training placement.
Our integrated masters courses
Biosciences and medicine
Chemical and process engineering
Civil and environmental engineering
Electrical and electronic engineering
- Computer and Internet Engineering MEng
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering MEng
- Electronic Engineering MEng
- Electronic Engineering with Computer Systems MEng
- Electronic Engineering with Nanotechnology MEng
- Electronic Engineering with Space Systems MEng
Engineering degree options
If you are considering an engineering degree at Surrey, find out about how our range of options gives you the flexibility to tailor your course to suit you and your future career aspirations.