Bachelor's Degree in Engineering in Industrial Organisation
The degree in Engineering in Industrial Organisation aims to train up professionals who are competent in manufacturing materials and processes, in strategic and tactical planning for competitive manufacturing, in the use of statistics, simulations and information technologies, in business management, in finance and in human resources management.
The aim of this course is for its graduates to be able to design, develop, implement and improve integrated systems that include people, materials, information, equipment and energy in a way that is in keeping with the business strategy.
This degree continues the tradition of industrial engineering, combining pure engineering skills with skills in management, which gives its graduates a highly versatile profile from companies' point of view. It also includes the specific contribution of new Information and Communication Technologies.
The course includes a large amount of laboratory practice using cutting-edge teaching equipment and various design and simulation programmes. There are agreements in place for students to be trained at prestigious companies, and they will receive personalised monitoring of their progress on the course
The ideal student for this degree should have the following qualities:
- Interest in mathematics and physics.
- Basic IT knowledge.
- Calculation skills.
- Practical, organised and methodical.
- Analysis and synthesis skills.
- Spatial vision and attention to detail
- Good manual skills
- Interest in research,.
- Good level of English
Some career options are:
- General company management, especially in industry or services, with a considerable technological component.
- Directing operations in industrial companies
- Organisation and management of production and operations.
- Organisation and management of logistical networks.
- Management of physical distribution (storage and transport).
- Management of purchasing and supplies.
- Management of quality, safety and the environment.
- Management of technology and technological innovation.
- Management of information systems.
- Management of the organisation.
- Public Administration, especially in industrial and technological promotion and R&D&I.
Coordinator and coordination teamCoordinators:
Miquel Àngel Amer i Boixareu
Alfonso Antonio Hernández Vivanco
Teaching staff list
EvaluationECTS methodology implies continuous assessment of all students' work.
TimetablesMorning schedule: 1st and 2n years
Afternoon schedule: all years
Special schedules for working students
Work placement timetablesThe practice schedule is fully integrated in the academic schedule.
Number of credits: 240
Duration: 4 years
Start of academic year (all students): 17/09/2018
Period of study: Six-monthly
Part-time or full-time: Full-time Slow track available.
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