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Student profile: The channels and requirements for admittance to the degree are those that are laid out in Order CIN/311/2009 in its section 4.2:
The above sections will be considered without prejudice of the provisions of Article 17.2 and in the fourth additional provision of the Royal Decree 1393/2007, of October 29.
The complementary training courses that the student may have to take must be carried out prior to the start of the Master’s Degree and having taken them will be a prior requisite for admission.
Admittance profile and access criteria. The academic and personal characteristics that define the preferred admission profile are those of a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering of Industrial Technologies, or Bachelor’s Degree in the different industrial branches of specialty defined in the Order CIN/351/2009, of February 9, which establishes the requirements for the verification of the official university degrees that lead to the practice of the profession of Technical Industrial Engineer.
As indicated in section 12.9 of the Royal Decree 861/2010, “When it deals with degrees that lead to the practice of professional activities regulated in Spain, the Government will establish the conditions to which the corresponding curricula must be adapted, which must also be adapted, where appropriate, to the applicable European regulations. These curricula must, in any case, be designed in a way that allows obtaining the competences necessary to practice that profession. For these effects, the University will justify the adaptation of the curricula to such conditions.”
Therefore, the access criteria are those indicated in the above section and established by CIN 311/2009, as the Master’s Degree in Industrial Engineering grants the qualifications for the profession.
Graduate’s profile: The Master’s Degree in Industrial Engineering grants its holders all the professional attributions of Industrial Engineers, which are included in the Decree of September 18, 1935, published in the Official Gazette of Madrid no. 263 of September 20, 1935, and which are as follows:
Art. 1. The degree grants its graduates full ability to design, implement and direct any class of installations and exploitations included in technical-industrial, chemical, mechanical and electrical branches and that of industrial economics (among which must be considered):
a) Steelmaking and metalworking in general. Chemical inorganic and chemical organic transformations. Food and clothing industries. Dry cleaning, tanning and ceramic arts. Fibernomic industries. Manufacturing or treatment of natural, animal and plant products. Silicon-based industries or graphic arts. Coal hydrogenation.
b) Metallic, mechanical and electrical construction industries, including those of precision. Hydraulic and civil constructions. River and maritime defense. Railroads, trams, air transport and auxiliary work, automobile and aerotechnical industries. Shipbuilding and naval construction workshops. Dry docks and dikes. Cinematographic industries. Heating, cooling, ventilation, lighting and sanitation. Capturing and use of public water for supply, irrigation or industries. Industries related to the civil defense of the population.
c) Generation, transformation, transportation and use of electrical energy in all its manifestations. Remote communications and, in general, anything that is included in the field of telecommunications, including the industrial acoustic, optical and radio-electrical applications.
Art. 2. Furthermore, the graduates are especially qualified to act, conduct and direct any class of studies, work and organizations in the economic-industrial, statistical, social and labor sphere. The verification, analysis and chemical, mechanical and electrical tests on materials, elements and installations of all classes. The involvement with matters of industrial ownership. The realization of topographical tasks, stoppages, appraisals and borders. Expert opinions, reports and technical actions in judicial, official and individual matters. The construction of industrial buildings and their annexes. Auxiliary industrial applications in urban construction. Any work that is assigned at any time by the current legislation and their fee rates.
Art. 3. In addition they have full capacity to sign any class of plans or documents that refer to the subjects included in the two previous articles and for the management and implementation of their works and installations without the Government being able to ignore this competence, or hamper it in the matters that must pass through public offices for their approval.
Official Degree:Master’s Degree in Industrial Engineering
Center responsible:Higher Polytechnic School
Branch of knowledge: Engineering and Architecture
Openings available: 80
Total Credits:120 credits.
. Minimum of 12 ECTS credits and maximum of 60 ECTS credits per enrollment and academic period.
Academic year in which it was implemented: 2014 -2015
Duration: 2 years
Type of Education: Classroom attendance
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Engineers lead innovation and change. Being up to date in technological innovations in this sector is fundamental for opting for a new energy model of sustainable development.
This Master’s Degree does not have limits. It opens the doors for the students to all business sectors, facilitating the development of a professional career in many sectors and specialties of the industrial fabric.
Industrial Engineering has been a profession and a leading university degree for many years, on both the national and international scope, since its sectors of activity have always been implemented and have evolved towards innovative technologies that continue needing the contribution, knowledge substrate and the quality of the training of Industrial Engineering.
The objective of the Master’s Degree in Industrial Engineering is to provide continuity to the Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering in Industrial Technologies, granting at the end of the Master’s Degree full professional attributions recognized by law in all the specialties of industry.
The Master’s Degree will train the students to manage innovation and technological development in professional practice from positions of leadership.
This post-graduate program has a strong technological character; it prepares the student for the management of high-level and complex projects. Furthermore, it qualifies the student for the management function of multidisciplinary teams, especially in the area of industrial companies.
The Master’s Degree in Industrial Engineering is directed towards candidates that hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, in Industrial Technologies, or a Bachelor’s Degree in the different industrial branches that lead to the practice of Technical Industrial Engineer.
Those who hold any other bachelor’s degree may also have access to the Master’s Degree, establishing the necessary complementary training courses.
The teaching methodology is aimed at carrying out projects with a heavy work load of innovation and at the professional practice carried out in a company.
The students must be capable of analyzing technological and complex economic problems and deciding on the most effective and viable solutions from all the viewpoints. Many papers must be turned in which the contents of each subject will be applied. All of this, from an approach of seriousness and academic rigor.
Appropriate combination of professors, Doctors of industrial engineering of the university with professionals of Industrial Engineering with broad experience in the practice of the profession.
The Master’s Degree offers the possibility of carrying out an international stay in order to obtain a certificate from the prestigious university UC Berkeley Extension International Programs, with subjects in Business Management.
Director of the Master’s Degree in Industrial Engineering.
"In the Master’s Degree in Industrial Engineering, the student receives all the complementary training courses necessary to obtain all the professional competences of the Industrial Engineer.
We not only train good engineers, prepared to confront the challenges of the professional world, but also we prepare the way so that the student may carry out their research career (doctorate) if they so desire.
In a world increasingly more technological, engineers who carry out field or office work, such as those who investigate and develop new ideas and concepts to apply are necessary."
Acciona, BOSCH, BP and Iberdrola are some of the companies and institutions that support the curriculum and offer professional internships to the students.
The program gives access to the Doctorate in Industrial Technologies, the only one that exists in the private universities of Madrid.
An excellent combination of professors who are Doctors in Industrial Engineering, with professionals of Engineering with broad experience.
BOE No. 65, of 17 March 2014
All our degrees and curricula have been prepared in accordance with the new guidelines set by current legislation, having already been verified by the National Agency for Quality Assessment.
The student must take 120 credits
The student must take 162 credits
To obtain this degree, the student must have acquired the following competences:
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At the Antonio de Nebrija University, the admission procedures will be carried out which are established by the university legislation with particular reference to the guiding principles of access to Spanish universities: equality, merit, capacity, universal accessibility and adaptation to the criteria of the European Higher Education Area.
To access the Master’s Degree program, one must fulfill in the first place the requisites indicated in Order CIN/311/2009 in its section 4.2:
The above section will be considered, without prejudice of the provisions of Article 17.2 and the fourth additional provision of Royal Decree 1393/2007, of October 29.
The complementary training courses that the student must take have to be taken prior to the start of the Master’s Degree and having taken them will be a prior requisite for admission.
In addition, the University requires passing its own admission tests, for both the undergraduate and the post-graduate degrees.
The academic and personal characteristics that define the preferred admission profile are those of a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering of Industrial Technologies, or a Bachelor’s Degree in the different industrial branches of specialty defined in the Order CIN/351/2009, of February 9, which establishes the requirements for the verification of the official university degrees that lead to the practice of the profession of Technical Industrial Engineer.
As indicated in Section 12.9 of the Royal Decree 861/2010, “When it deals with degrees that lead to the practice of professional activities regulated in Spain, the Government will establish the conditions to which the corresponding curricula must be adapted, which must also be adapted, where appropriate, to the applicable European regulations. These curricula must, in any case, be designed in a way that allows obtaining the competences necessary to practice that profession. For these effects, the University will justify the adaptation of the curricula to such conditions.”
To apply for admission in any official Bachelor’s Degree, it will be necessary to fill out the corresponding admission application through the website of the University, or else request it at any of the university campuses within the period established by the University Development Department.More information
The admission process in the Master’s Degree programs is divided in various phases, as detailed below:
All the students who wish to carry out their university careers in the Antonio de Nebrija University must pass an admission process consisting of:
The degree-holder can carry out his work activity in many sectors and specialty areas and in activities of the industrial fabric:
Antonio Calvo Roy, director of informative relations, Roberto Álvarez Fernández, coordinator in the Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering in the Nebrija University, and Fernando Tomé Bermejo, Dean of the School of Social Sciences, debate on the evolution of the electric automobile.