Master of Industrial Engineering Major in Manufacturing Systems

Master of Industrial Engineering Major in Manufacturing Systems

Areas of Interest
Engineering y Technology
Degree Level
Graduate Studies
Type of Degree
Academic Degree
Master of Industrial Engineering Major in Manufacturing Systems
Length of Course
5 four-month terms
Number of Official Recognition
November 8th, 1973

The purpose of the Master of Industrial Engineering is educating highly qualified leaders with ethics, strong social commitment, and full competence to handle world-class methodologies and tools for the constant analysis, design, and improvement of the production systems in all organizations, manufacturing industries, and services, achieving sustainable competitive advantages in accordance with the principles of sustainability.
The major in Manufacturing Systems comprises the handling of modern manufacturing techniques and tools, methodologies for continuous improvement, comprehensive manufacturing systems, material management, product development, production control and management, lean manufacturing, supply chain management, and manufacturing technology.

Graduating students are highly capable of synthesizing, creating, entrepreneuring, being tenacious leaders, possessing critical thinking, and performing in multidisciplinary teams for building personal and work relationships through daily cooperation with other individuals and groups. They should be willing to develop innovation in presenting a wide range of alternative solutions to industrial engineering problems. Furthermore, graduate must be proficient in optimal information management using current applied engineering technologies, besides having determination to transform business models into globalization.
Labor Market
Graduates of the major in Manufacturing Systems will possess a broad conceptual and practical knowledge enabling them to design, develop, and manage world-class manufacturing companies, as well as identifying and applying proper manufacturing tools to accomplish competitive advantages in terms of quantity, costs, and delivery times. They will become leaders in order to prompt changes in manufacturing organizational structures, committing to human development and environmental respect. Graduates will be able to develop in the public/private industry and as an entrepreneur or consultant.
Social Significance
Our Graduate School educates human resources who can create, develop, and prompt global manufacturing companies that are highly competitive and socially responsible, fulfilling the demands of the global market.
Continuing Professional Development
The Center for Continuing Education of the School of Chemistry offers seminars, certifications, and courses to update and educate our successful human capital.
Professional Challenges
Working in competitive and changing workplaces.

Specific Requirements
Applicants must register and take the admission tests: the General Knowledge Test and the English Proficiency Test (EXCI, Spanish acronym) of the competition for admission to graduate studies, as established by the University Senate. Foreign applicants must also take and pass the UANL Spanish test. Applicants must pay the enrollment fees set by UANL and the School of Chemistry, as well as complying with the entrance provisions of the UANL General Regulations of Graduate Studies and the School of Chemistry Internal Regulations. For any special case, the Master Degree Committee will determine whether applicants are admitted or rejected.

Director of Graduate Studies in Industrial Engineering:
Dra. Azucena Minerva Garcia Leon
Phone: 8329-4000 Extension: 3441

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