Engineer in Industrial Management (2nd cycle degree)
The purpose of the degree in Industrial Management Engineering is to provide our society with Business Management professionals capable of answering the specific needs of the business sector in the Valencian Community.
The aim is to provide students with specific knowledge in the area of business management, including both the organisation of production and administration and finances. Subjects also deal with technologies related to the business world.
The Industrial Management Engineering degree starts out with technical training and then provides extensive knowledge about the field of management. In addition, students also become capable of coordinating, programming, planning, directing and controlling all kinds of industries from an organisational point of view.
The degree consists of 150 classroom credits that are distributed over four semesters, and offers the following specialist pathways:
- Quality: subjects include Organisational Behaviour and Total Quality, and Statistical Control, Quality and Quality Management.
- New technologies: subjects include Computer-Assisted Manufacturing - Advanced Systems and the Management of Advanced Manufacturing Systems.
- Textile technology: subjects include Integrated Management in the Textile Sector and Textile Technology.
- Logistics and distribution: subjects include Transportation Engineering, and Supplies and Distribution Logistics.
- Environment: subjects include Environmental Management in the Enterprise and Pollution Prevention Systems.
- Safety management: subjects include Industrial Safety and Risk Prevention, and Safety Management.
- Industrial management: subjects include Investment Analysis and Business Set-up Cost-effectiveness and Integrated Management of Industrial Systems.
- Management of manufactured products: subjects include Direction of Manufactured Products and Marketing of Manufactured Products.
Industrial Management Engineering graduates are prepared to pursue a career in the following fields:
- Planning and directing the automation of industrial processes; management of the purchase of productive systems, the renewal and upkeep of industrial equipment and introducing new technologies; programming and controlling production, and administering business planning and, in general, the firm_s industrial policy and technology.
- Coordinating work teams; defining strategic plans; designing job positions; managing human resources, and organising information systems.
- Performing integrated logistic management; carrying out market surveys, and conducting economic and financial evaluations of projects and activities.
- Performing environmental management in the enterprise.