Master in Mechanical Engineering – Industrial Production

Goals

The specialized training on Engineering Sciences/Technologies, in particular Mechanical Engineering concerning to Industrial Production, is a fundamental training offer to promote the national technological evolution, enhancing and fostering competitiveness, generating added value on the national industry. The goals of this Master degree include the attainment of knowledge and skills by the students, to be applied in the domain of Mechanical Engineering – Industrial Production, mainly through projects, dissertations or in-service training with strong bonds to professional activities, companies and R&D institutions. The goal of this offer consists on providing a professional specialization in the domain of Industrial Production, enabling the Mechanical Engineering graduates or related degrees to proceed their studies and active professionals to achieve an additional specialization, adding value to the local and national industry.

Curricular plan

CodeCurricular Unit Period ECTS Workload
2059101Advanced Industrial Processes1st Semester61st Year
2059102Production Management and Logistics1st Semester61st Year
2059103Information Systems for Management1st Semester51st Year
2059104Energy Policy and Sustainable Development1st Semester71st Year
2059105Instrumentation and Control Systems1st Semester61st Year
2059106Safety and Industrial Maintenance2nd Semester61st Year
2059107Advanced Quality Tools2nd Semester61st Year
2059108Material Selection and Behaviour2nd Semester61st Year
2059109Business Strategy2nd Semester51st Year
2059110Automation and Robotics2nd Semester71st Year
CodeCurricular Unit Period ECTS Workload
2059111Design and Licensing of Industrial Units1st Semester72nd Year
ElectiveAnnual532nd Year

Conditions of admission

Who can apply to the Master’s Degree?

  1. Holders of an undergraduate degree or a legal equivalent in Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Management and Engineering, and related fields;
  2. Holders of a foreign higher education diploma, granted after a first cycle of studies, under the principles of the Bologna Process, by a State, which has subscribed this Process, in Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Management and Engineering, and related fields;
  3. Holders of a foreign higher education diploma that is recognized by the Technical and Scientific Council of the School of Technology and Management, in Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Management and Engineering, and related fields;
  4. Holders of an academic, scientific or professional curriculum that is recognized as certifying the skills to attend this cycle of studies by the Technical and Scientific Council of the School of Technology and Management.

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