Industrial Engineering

About the Career

The Industrial Engineer is oriented to the analysis of the components of a productive system, to create efficient and effective systems with high levels of productivity, both in products and in services. It also manages the design, implementation and improvement of processes to generate goods, services and products that adequately respond to the highest standards.

The objective of this engineering is to train professionals to take charge of the planning, programming, development, execution, operation and control of production systems of goods and/or services, with a modern and current approach in the integration of human, material and financial resources systems.

Data Sheet

  • Faculty: FACTI
  • Area: Industry
  • Title: Engineering
  • Duration: 4 years
  • Modality: Presence based
  • Period of activities: Morning and Evening
  • Academic term: Semester
  • Headquarters: Central Campus

Graduate Profile

The graduate of Industrial Engineering will be a highly trained professional, focused on the systemic approach, able to take knowledge of the sciences and apply it to the environment in which he works, thereby achieving increased productivity with a deep business vision. Furthermore, he will be endowed with knowledge to make decisions that support the sustainable development of the area where he works or practices his profession.

Methodology

Each class is planned so that the theoretical and practical contents that motivate the interaction between the teacher and the students can be developed.

The methodology proposed, motivates the participation of students in an exchange of ideas, knowledge and perspectives. It also combines several complementary learning methods and strategies such as use of highly equipped laboratories, expert talks, participation in scientific fairs, preparation of real projects, motivation for self-learning and carrying out conferences, among others.

This in order to enhance knowledge and thus generate in the student better criteria, experiences, perspectives and knowledge that lead him to a training as complete and comprehensive as possible.

Curriculum

FIRST YEAR
  • FIRST CYCLE
  • AGNITIO OPERIS (KNOWLEDGE OF WORK)
    DESCRIPTIVE TECHNOLOGY
    BUSINESS INITIATIVE
    MATHEMATICAL LEVELING
    GENERAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY I
    MATHEMATICAL OPERATIONS LABORATORY I
    COMPUTER SCIENCES I
    TECHNICAL DRAWING
    GENERAL CHEMISTRY
  • SECOND CYCLE
  • EVOLUTION OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    PHYSICS II
    COMPUTERS II
    MATHEMATICS II
    MATHEMATICAL OPERATIONS LABORATORY II
    COMPUTER SCIENCES II
    TECHNICAL DRAWING
SECOND YEAR
  • THIRD CYCLE
  • LEGISLATION
    ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
    GENERAL PHYSICS II
    LABORATORY OF GENERAL PHYSICS II
    ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY
    LABORATORY OF CHEMISTRY FOR ENGINEERING II
    MATHEMATICS 208
    CHEMISTRY FOR ENGINEERING II
  • FOURTH CYCLE
  • INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION
    STATISTICS FOR QUALITY
    METHODS ENGINEERING
    SCIENCE OF MATERIALS I
    APPLIED METHODS II
    AUTOMATION LABORATORY
    INDUSTRIAL
    ECONOMETRICS
THIRD YEAR
  • FIFTH CYCLE
  • HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
    INDUSTRIAL DESIGN
    ECONOMICS
    HYDRAULICS
    INDUSTRIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    APPLIED METHODS I
    MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS
  • SIXTH CYCLE
  • INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION
    STATISTICS FOR QUALITY
    METHODS ENGINEERING
    SCIENCE OF MATERIALS I
    APPLIED METHODS II
    AUTOMATION LABORATORY
    INDUSTRIAL
    ECONOMETRICS
FOURTH YEAR
  • SEVENTH CYCLE
  • MICROPROCESSOR APPLICATIONS
    ECONOMICS I
    INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION
    POWER AND ENGINES
    DESIGN OF MECHANISMS AND MACHINES II
    MATHEMATICS VII
    OPERATIONS RESEARCH SEMINAR I
  • EIGHTH CYCLE
  • LOGISTICS
    INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS
    PRODUCTION PLANTS II
    FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF PROJECTS
    APPLIED METHODS II
    OPERATIONS RESEARCH II
    AGRIBUSINESS SEMINAR

Curriculum

FIRST YEAR
  • FIRST CYCLE
  • AGNITIO OPERIS (KNOWLEDGE OF WORK)
    DESCRIPTIVE TECHNOLOGY
    BUSINESS INITIATIVE
    MATHEMATICAL LEVELING
    GENERAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY I
    MATHEMATICAL OPERATIONS LABORATORY I
    COMPUTER SCIENCES I
    TECHNICAL DRAWING
    GENERAL CHEMISTRY
  • SECOND CYCLE
  • EVOLUTION OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    PHYSICS II
    COMPUTERS II
    MATHEMATICS II
    MATHEMATICAL OPERATIONS LABORATORY II
    COMPUTER SCIENCES II
    TECHNICAL DRAWING
SECOND YEAR
  • THIRD CYCLE
    LEGISLATION
    ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
    GENERAL PHYSICS II
    LABORATORY OF GENERAL PHYSICS II
    ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY
    LABORATORY OF CHEMISTRY FOR ENGINEERING II
    MATHEMATICS 208
    CHEMISTRY FOR ENGINEERING II
  • FOURTH CYCLE
  • INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION
    STATISTICS FOR QUALITY
    METHODS ENGINEERING
    SCIENCE OF MATERIALS I
    APPLIED METHODS II
    AUTOMATION LABORATORY
    INDUSTRIAL
    ECONOMETRICS
THIRD YEAR
  • FIFTH CYCLE
  • HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
    INDUSTRIAL DESIGN
    ECONOMICS
    HYDRAULICS
    INDUSTRIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    APPLIED METHODS I
    MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS
  • SIXTH CYCLE
    INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION
    STATISTICS FOR QUALITY
    METHODS ENGINEERING
    SCIENCE OF MATERIALS I
    APPLIED METHODS II
    AUTOMATION LABORATORY
    INDUSTRIAL
    ECONOMETRICS
FOURTH YEAR
  • SEVENTH CYCLE
  • MICROPROCESSOR APPLICATIONS
    ECONOMICS I
    INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION
    POWER AND ENGINES
    DESIGN OF MECHANISMS AND MACHINES II
    MATHEMATICS VII
    OPERATIONS RESEARCH SEMINAR I
  • EIGHTH CYCLE
  • LOGISTICS
    INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS
    PRODUCTION PLANTS II
    FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF PROJECTS
    APPLIED METHODS II
    OPERATIONS RESEARCH II
    AGRIBUSINESS SEMINAR

Why You Should Study This Career

The world needs engineers who go beyond what traditional engineering schools have achieved. Contemporary problems and organizations increasingly require professionals to act as development and progress agents facing the complex and demanding international environment of industries and businesses.

The educational model, the teaching staff, the possibility of differentiating and creating value with the chosen specialty, as well as the opportunities of development that the student obtains when finishing the program, allow that, at the conclusion of the studies, the graduate has a competitive advantage which uses to advantage or to the advantage of companies in which is involved, either as a collaborator or as an entrepreneur.

In the Faculty of Science, Technology and Industry, the training goes beyond the concepts treated in the traditional university themes. The social and development context of the country demands engineers with the highest level, both in academic and scientific work. Furthermore, he/she receives simultaneous training from his/her leadership and the required skills to successfully implement engineering in industry and business.

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