Industrial Engineer with Minor in Management

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Industrial Engineer with Minor in Management

  • EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM

The Industrial Engineer with minor in Management Program was created on August 19th, 1959.

  • VISION

The Industrial Engineering and Management area of the UANL School of Chemistry is internationally recognized in 2020 for its quality on the training of undergraduate and graduate professionals in research, liaison with the productive sector, and community service as part of a socially responsible and world-class organization.

  • MISSION

To educate comprehensive Industrial Engineers with a minor in Management, who perform activities that add value to the productive sector in order to contribute with sustainable development and the society’s quality of life, according to the skills required by their profession in a globalized context.

  • INCOMING STUDENT QUALITIES

 Applicants who aim to enter to the Industrial Engineering with minor in Management undergraduate degree program must have knowledge of basic Sciences as: physics, chemistry and math.

Be aware of the complexity of an engineering program to face the challenges that it represents, as well as like exact sciences, applied engineering and management Sciences.

They must possess numerical and verbal reasoning skills, ability to solve problems, reading comprehension skills and ability to communicate in written and verbal form.

Applicants must keep a positive attitude towards the challenges of the undergraduate program, habits of appropriate studies for autonomous learning, critical and reflective thinking, work collaboratively, proper organization of their time in order to efficiently integrate and apply the new acquired knowledge during their training and resolve problems.

They must also be able to learn by themselves, have an attitude of leadership, ability for having personal relationships, a positive attitude towards change and interest in developing in the areas of engineering, quality, production or operations, sales or marketing, human resources, supplies, finances and teaching.

  • GRADUATING STUDENT QUALITIES

To educate comprehensive Industrial Engineers, globally competitive, who are distinguished for being honest, respectful, ethic and socially committed professionals with and evident quality and self-learning culture, capable to work in multidisciplinary teams. Entrepreneurs, creative, leaders, innovators, communicative and versatile in the professional and social environment. Professional engineers able to design, manage and improve the productive and service systems through analysis, diagnosis and process forecasting based on a strong background in the areas of:  Methods Engineering, Operations Research, Ergonomics, Production Management, Statistics, Logistics, Quality, Marketing, Finances, Information Technology and Human Capital to generate, with innovation, the necessary changes to increase organizational competitiveness, contributing to the development of society and the environment.

  • PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

The Program Educational Objectives are defined due to the expectations of the Industrial Engineer with minor in Management program, in which it is established what alumni should be able to do 3 to 5 years after they graduate.  The Program Educational Objectives reflect the application of the knowledge received during their curricular training once the student provides a context to his/her undergraduate education.

Graduates from the Industrial Engineering with minor in Management program of the UANL School of Chemistry are able to:

  1.  To continuously improve the processes of the value chain to systematically increase the profitability of organization.
  2. To develop optimal production systems that maximize value for its various stakeholders.
  3. To Conduct business effectively in dynamic environments through a human sense leadership, which is based on results, allowing the enhancement of the talent of staff and adaptation to change.
  4. To adapt the activities of the value chain through systematic innovation, supported by state of the art technologies, being an agent of change and acting professionally in a responsible and ethical manner, considering society and the environment.

STUDENT OUTCOMES
Attainment of these outcomes prepares graduates to enter the professional practice of engineering

1. an ability to identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems by applying principles of engineering, science, and mathematics
2. an ability to apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors
3. an ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences
4. an ability to recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in engineering situations and make informed judgments, which must consider the impact of engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts
5. an ability to function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives
6. an ability to develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data, and use engineering judgment to draw conclusions
7. an ability to acquire and apply new knowledge as needed, using appropriate learning strategies.

  • ACCREDITATIONS

National

  • Consejo de Acreditación de la Enseñanza de la Ingeniería, A.C  (CACEI, Spanish acronym).
  • Comités Interinstitucionales para la Evaluación de la Educación Superior (CIEES, Spanish acronym) Level 1

International

– Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET)

  • LABOR FIELD
Labor Market Task Description
General ·  Advisory·  Consultancy
Industrial Engineering in public and private manufacturing and services enterprises. ·         Design and improvement of productive systems.

·         Determination of time, cost and quality standards.

·         Establishment of flexible and world-class manufacturing systems.

·         Operations Management.

·         Total Productive Maintenance.

·         Processes Control.

·         Quality Assurance.

·         Quality Service.

·         Total Quality Control.

·         Market Research.

·         Research and development of new products.

·         Professional Independence.

Management of public and private manufacturing and services enterprises. ·         Strategic planning.

·         Business management.

·         Projects management.

·         Human resources management.

·         Feasibility analysis.

·         Projects evaluation

·         Determination of costs

·         Budgets devising

·         Design and analysis of information systems.

·         Entrepreneurship.

 

  • COURSES

 

Required courses

FIRST SEMESTER C SIXTH SEMESTER C
 Application of Information Technologies 2  Selected topics about Foreign Languages and Cultures 2
Linear Algebra 3  Professional Social Context 2
Classical Physics Dynamics 4 Work Study 4
Basic Chemistry and Lab 4 Ergonomics 3
Introduction to Industrial Engineering 3 Statistics and Experiments Design 3
Selected Elective I ACFPB 3 Organizational Behavior and Leadership 3
Selected Elective II ACFPB 3 Process Simulation 3
Total 22 Selected Elective III ACFP 2
SECOND SEMESTER C Total 22
Communicative Competence 2 SEVENTH SEMESTER C
Differential and Integral Calculus 3 Ethics, Society and Profession 2
Static 4 Economics Engineering 4
Electricity and Magnetism 4 Statistic Control  of Process 3
Economics 3 Human Capital Management 3
Selected Elective III ACFPB 3 Operations Control and Planning 3
Selected Elective IV ACFPB 3 Industrial Safety and Occupational Health 2
Total 22 Layout Design and Materials Management Systems 3
THIRD SEMESTER C Selected Elective IV ACFP 2
Arts Appreciation 2 Total 22
Calculus of Multivariable Functions 3 EIGHTH SEMESTER C
Introduction to Management 2 Selected topics in Academic and Professional Development 2
Introduction to Electrical Circuits 3 Marketing 2
Thermodynamics 3 Maintenance Management 2
Industrial Drawing 3 Social Service 16
Selected Elective V ACFPB 3 Total 22
Selected Elective VI ACFPB 3 NINTH SEMESTER C
Total 22 Business Process Design 3
FOURTH SEMESTER C Supply Chain Management 3
 Selected topics in Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities 2 Quality Systems Management 3
Differential Equations 3 World-Class Manufacturing 2
Manufacturing Processes 4 Free Elective 11
Financial Statement Analysis and Interpretation 4 Total 22
Operations Research. Deterministic Models 3 TENTH SEMESTER C
Selected Elective VII ACFPB 3 Integrative Seminar 5
Selected Elective VIII ACFPB 3 Free Elective 11
Total 22 Selected Elective V ACFP 2
FIFTH SEMESTER C Selected Elective VI ACFP 2
Selected topics in Human Development, Health, and Sports 2 Selected Elective VII ACFP 2
Environment and Sustainability 2 Total 22
Costs Engineering 3
Operations Research. Probabilistic Models. 3
Probability and Statistics 3
Labor Relations 3
Selected Elective I ACFP 3
Selected Elective II ACFP 3
Total 22
  • Elective courses

Elective courses of ACFBP and ACFP.

 

Suggested semester Learning unit Credits Total number of hours
1  Basic Algebra 3  90
1 Analytical Geometry and Trigonometry 3  90
1 Introduction to Computers 3 90
2 Project Management and Databases 3 90
2 Materials Technology 3 90
2 Business Legal Framework 3 90
3 Financial Accounting 3 90
3 Fundamentals of Automation 3 90
3 Neuro-linguistic Programming 3 90
4 Automation and Robotics 3 90
4 AutoCAD 3 90
4 Dimensional Metrology and Normalization 3 90
5  Computer-Aided Design (CAD) 3 90
5 Machines and Tools 3 90
5 Sales Management and Coaching 3 90
6 Innovation Management 2 60
6 Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM) 2 60
7 Management Information Systems 2 60
7 International Trade 2 60
10 Business Process Design 2 60
10 Sourcing and Supplier Development 2 60
10 Distribution and Storage Systems 2 60
10 Six Sigma Methodology 2 60
10 Selected Topics in Industrial Engineering 2 60
10 Selected Topics in Management 2 60

 

 

  • CURRICULUM MAP

curricular map IIA

FRESHMEN STUDENTS – PENDING GRADUATES 

 Enrolled Students

IIA

ENE-JUN 2012 134

457

AGO-DIC 2012 323
 
ENE-JUN 2013 144

431

AGO-DIC 2013 287
 
ENE-JUN 2014 169

545

AGO-DIC 2014 376
 
ENE-JUN 2015 184

586

AGO-DIC 2015 402
 
ENE-JUN 2016 190

700

AGO-DIC 2016 510
 
ENE-JUN 2017 242

710

AGO-DIC 2017 468
 
ENE-JUN 2018 249

735

AGO-DIC 2018 486
 
ENE-JUN 2019 260

775

AGO-DIC 2019 515
 
ENE-JUN 2020 267

801

AGO-DIC 2020 534
 
ENE-JUN 2021 254

808

AGO-DIC 2021 554
 
ENE-JUN 2022 230

230

AGO-DIC 2022

Pending Graduates

Carrera/

Periodo

IIA

ENE-JUN 2012

183

AGO-DIC 2012

84

ENE-JUN 2013

196

AGO-DIC 2013

101

ENE-JUN 2014

213

AGO-DIC 2014

114

ENE-JUN 2015

219

AGO-DIC 2015

111

ENE-JUN 2016

211

AGO-DIC 2016

172

ENE-JUN 2017

226

AGO-DIC 2017

109

ENE-JUN 2018

217

AGO-DIC 2018

123

ENE-JUN 2019

248

AGO-DIC 2019

149

ENE-JUN 2020

270

AGO-DIC 2020

176

ENE-JUN 2021

286

AGO-DIC 2021

202

ENE-JUN 2022

AGO-DIC 2022

LABORATORIESFACULTY 

  • Automation and Robotics
  • Metrology
  • Chemistry, Physics, Static and Electrical Circuits Laboratories
  • Machinery and Tools
  • CAD/CAM
  • Work Study

Related Websites

Accreditation Council for Engineering Education (CACEI, Spanish acronym).

Institute of Industrial & Systems Engineers

Head of the Industrial Management Engineering Area
Dr. Eli Samuel González Trejo
Tel: 81 8329-4000 ext. 6348 y 6261
Mail: eli.gonzaleztrj@uanl.edu.mx

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