Bachelor's degree programme
|Duration||3 years - 180 Credits|
|Admission||No limited access|
|Language||Taught in Italian|
|Regulation||Main Teaching Regulations|
PresentationManagement Engineers have a versatile professional profile, characterized by a strong engineering and multidisciplinary approach to problems. A solid methological-quantitative foundation, along with excellent problem-solving and planning skills, are balanced with economic, managerial, and organizational competencies, producing highly skilled and capable graduates. As a result, Management Engineers are among the most sought-after professionals in the current job market. The program is organized into two areas, one focusing on “Production,” and the other on “Information Communication Technology” (ICT).
Course contentThe degree program in Management Engineering is aimed at producing graduates with a solid understanding of mathematics, basic sciences, industrial engineering, and computer science. It is specifically designed to provide a solid preparation in order to effectively coordinate (with particular attention to economic and organizational aspects) the productive, logistic, and managerial processes of technology in industrial companies, services, and public administrations. The attainment of these objectives requires knowledge and skills both in industrial engineering (planning, control, and management of production technology systems), and computer engineering (planning of processing systems and transfer of information). Course work focuses on applied specialized disciplines in order to provide the necessary competencies for modeling, designing flexible production systems, managing logistics and distribution technology systems, planning organizational processes, resources and production, and finally, performing financial and management controls. Students will also explore basic concepts relating to the management of information flow and new ICT technologies and their integration into processes and companies.
Career optionsGraduates in Management Engineering will possess the knowledge required to perform professional activities in various settings, as self-employed professionals, or employed by companies involved in the marketing of products and services, or in public administration. In particular, they will be able to provide solutions to problems arising in industrial plant and production systems design, materials production and procurement, logistics, business organization, project management, management planning and control systems, and information and telecommunication support systems. The program prepares graduates for other related careers as industrial, management, procurement, warehouse, and internal distribution engineers.
- Course Director
- prof. Andrea Grassi
tel. 0522 52 2628 - fax 0522 52 2609
- prof. Claudio Giberti
tel. 0522 52 2632 & - fax fax. 0522 522 609
The course is managed by the Department of Sciences and Method for Engineering