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Individual completion, presentation, and defense of an original exercise before a university tribunal, once all curriculum credits have been earned, consisting of a comprehensive industrial engineering project that is professional in nature and incorporates the skills acquired throughout the master's program.
Competencies and learning outcomes
- Possess appropriate knowledge about scientific and technological aspects concerning mathematical, analytical, and numerical methods in engineering, electrical engineering, energy engineering, chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, continuum mechanics, industrial electronics, automation, manufacturing, materials, quantitative management methods, industrial computing, urbanism, infrastructure, etc.
- Project, calculate, and design products, processes, facilities, and plants.
- Direct, plan, and supervise multidisciplinary teams.
- Conduct research, development, and innovation in products, processes, and methods.
- Conduct strategic planning and apply it to systems both constructive as well as production, quality, and environmental management.
- Technically and financially manage projects, installations, facilities, businesses, and technology centers.
- Be capable of exercising functions of general management, technical management and R&D project management at plants, businesses, and technology centers.
- Apply acquired knowledge and resolve problems in new or unfamiliar environments within broader and multidisciplinary contexts.
- Be able to integrate knowledge and handle the complexity of formulating judgments based on information that, whether incomplete or limited, includes reflections on social and ethical responsibilities linked to the application of their knowledge and judgments.
- Know how to communicate conclusions and the latest knowledge and rationale that sustain them to specialized and non-specialized audiences in a clear and unambiguous manner.
- Possess learning skills that allow for further study in a self-directed or autonomous manner.
- Knowledge, understanding, and the ability to apply the necessary legislation in the professional practice of industrial engineering.
- Individual completion, presentation, and defense of an original exercise before a university tribunal, once all curriculum credits are earned, that consists of a comprehensive industrial engineering project that is professional in nature and that incorporates the skills acquired throughout the program.