Technical Industrial Engineer in Mechanical Engineering. (1st cycle degree)
The studies leading to a degree in Technical Industrial Engineering, specialising in Mechanical Engineering, aim to provide specific training in the field of mechanics applied to the industrial setting.
In the last year of the course, students can choose between four specialist pathways:
- Metallic Structures; Structures made of Concrete and Composites.
- Manufacturing Technology; Machine Design II.
- Heat Engines; Management of Power Plants.
- Maintenance in Mechanical Engineering; Maintenance and Reliability of Mechanical Components.
Spanish Law 12/86 grants industrial technical engineers a number of professional duties and liabilities that makes it possible for them to choose from a wide range of career options within the field of technological development.
The degree in Technical Industrial Engineering, specialising in Mechanical Engineering, prepares graduates for a career in the following fields:
- Development of industrial projects and new products; employment as an estimator in a technical office; supervising industrial building work, and production organisation and management.
- Offering expert testimony in legal proceedings and the like; designing machines and maintenance of machinery; in charge of production, and industrial structures and buildings.
- Quality management and implementation; occupational risk prevention, and safety and hygiene in the workplace.