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Equivalence between the Industrial Engineer with minor in Management program’s competencies and ABET’s student outcomes

ABET’s Student Outcomes Program´s Competencies
a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering. UANL General Competencies

2. Use logical, formal, mathematical, iconic, verbal, and non-verbal languages according to their life stage in order to understand, interpret, and express ideas, feelings, theories, and thoughts with an ecumenical approach.

Program Specific Competencies

1. To improve decision making, through proper interpretation of business outcomes and based on engineering sciences, to solve problems within organizations.

b) An ability to design and carry out experiments as well as analyze and interpret data. UANL General Competencies

5. Use logical, critical, creative, and constructive thinking to analyze natural and social phenomena, enabling an appropriate decision-making process at their field with social responsibility.

8. Use classic and state-of-art research methods to develop their academic work, professional practice, and knowledge generation.

Program Specific Competencies

1. To improve decision making, through proper interpretation of business outcomes and based on engineering sciences, to solve problems within organizations.

c) An ability to design a system, component or process to meet the needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability. UANL General Competencies

10. Take part in the local and global challenges of modern society with critical attitude and human, academic, and professional commitment to consolidating general well being and sustainable development.

12. Develop innovative proposals based on the holistic understanding of reality to help overcome the challenges of a global interdependent environment.

Program Specific Competencies

3. To design new and better ways to perform the work, considering the basic principles of ergonomics and methods engineering, to improve organizational performance and employees’ quality of life.

4. To manage quality systems effectively, applying the principles of total quality management and total productive maintenance, to expand productivity and international competitiveness with a sustainable approach.

5. To suggest alternative and efficient solutions concerning infrastructure and materials handling, by using the different analytical techniques of facility layout, plant capacity and costs engineering, to improve decision making in regard to investment and resource allocation and eventually ensure the permanence of the organization in the long run.

6. To design efficient logistic systems, considering all elements of the supply chain, to maximize customer service and advance their competitiveness.

7. To use business information, in a responsible manner and based on their knowledge of the scope of management sciences, to diversify the business portfolio and ultimately meet the requirements of the market and society.

d) An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams. UANL General Competencies

7. Develop interdisciplinary academic-professional proposals according to the best global practices to encourage and consolidate collaboration.

15. Achieve the adaptability required by uncertain social and professional environments of today to create better living conditions.

Program Specific Competencies

8. To lead the tasks and activities of working groups effectively, reliably and with high sensitivity, and leaning on their management skills, to contribute to the achievement of organizational goals.

e) An ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems. UANL General Competencies

1. Apply self-learning strategies at different levels and knowledge areas that allow them to make timely and relevant decisions in their personal, academic, and professional fields.

8. Use classic and state-of-art research methods to develop their academic work, professional practice, and knowledge generation.

Program Specific Competencies

1. To improve decision making, through proper interpretation of business outcomes and based on engineering sciences, to solve problems within organizations.

f) An understanding of professional ethical responsibility. UANL General Competencies

11. Practice the values of UANL: truth, equity, honesty, freedom, solidarity, respect for life, nature, and people, integrity, ethics, justice, and responsibility, from a personal-professional approach to help create a sustainable society.

13. Assume leadership committed to social and professional needs for promoting relevant social change.

14. Solve personal and social problems, according to specific techniques, in their academic and professional fields for proper decision-making.

Program Specific Competencies

7. To use business information, in a responsible manner and based on their knowledge of the scope of management sciences, to diversify the business portfolio and ultimately meet the requirements of the market and society.

g) An ability to communicate effectively. UANL General Competencies

2. Use logical, formal, mathematical, iconic, verbal, and non-verbal languages according to their life stage in order to understand, interpret, and express ideas, feelings, theories, and thoughts with an ecumenical approach.

3. Manage information and communication technologies as tools for the access to information, its transformation into knowledge, as well as cooperative learning and work with the latest techniques, which allow their constructive participation in society.

4. Master their mother tongue properly and timely in oral-written form with relevance and ethics, adapting the message to the situation or context for transmitting ideas and scientific discoveries.

6. Use a second language, preferably English, clearly and correctly to communicate in everyday, academic, professional, and scientific contexts.

Program Specific Competencies

8. To lead the tasks and activities of working groups effectively, reliably and with high sensitivity, and leaning on their management skills, to contribute to the achievement of organizational goals.

9. To develop human talent, in an assertive and innovative approach, using the various tools and techniques from management, to contribute to productivity improvement within organizations.

h) The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental and societal context. UANL General Competencies

9. Maintain an attitude of commitment and respect for the diversity of social and cultural practices, reassuring the integration principle in the local, national, and international context in order to promote peaceful coexistence environments.

10. Take part in the local and global challenges of modern society with critical attitude and human, academic, and professional commitment to consolidating general well-being and sustainable development.

14. Solve personal and social problems, according to specific techniques, in their academic and professional fields for proper decision-making.

Program Specific Competencies

4. To manage quality systems effectively, applying the principles of total quality management and total productive maintenance, to expand productivity and international competitiveness with a sustainable approach.

5. To suggest alternative and efficient solutions concerning infrastructure and materials handling, by using the different analytical techniques of facility layout, plant capacity and costs engineering, to improve decision making in regard to investment and resource allocation and eventually ensure the permanence of the organization in the long run.

i) A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in lifelong learning. UANL General Competencies

1. Apply self-learning strategies at different levels and knowledge areas that allow them to make timely and relevant decisions in their personal, academic, and professional fields.

15. Achieve the adaptability required by uncertain social and professional environments of today to create better living conditions.

Program Specific Competencies

9. To develop human talent, in an assertive and innovative approach, using the various tools and techniques from management, to contribute to productivity improvement within organizations.

j) A knowledge of contemporary issues. UANL General Competencies

1. Apply self-learning strategies at different levels and knowledge areas that allow them to make timely and relevant decisions in their personal, academic, and professional fields.

k) An ability to use the techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice. UANL General Competencies

3. Manage information and communication technologies as tools for the access to information, its transformation into knowledge, as well as cooperative learning and work with the latest techniques, which allow their constructive participation in society.

Program Specific Competencies

1. To improve decision making, through proper interpretation of business outcomes and based on engineering sciences, to solve problems within organizations.

2. To design optimal production systems, using several tools of analysis and control which are grounded in industrial engineering, to increase organizational competitiveness.

3. To design new and better ways to perform the work, considering the basic principles of ergonomics and methods engineering, to improve organizational performance and employees’ quality of life.

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