Master in Engineering of Production Systems Engineering
Training in the ESIEE-Amiens is divided into a core curriculum of three years, followed by 'an option of specializing in two years.
3 years to discover two years to access the Job
The core curriculum is defined by a broad training, balanced and practical in Science and Science 's Engineer. It is based on an understanding of the multidisciplinary profession of Engineering and provides practical realities 's business through projects and internships.
A project-based learning that allows to understand the business issues
Following the Common Core, round off the last 2 years 's future employability by engineer ' s assimilation of its professional skills and know-being company.
Train general engineers can 't adapt to different sectors of the industry
Engineering Production Systems (GSP)
L 'Option Specialization Engineering Production Systems ' s ESIEE-Amiens allows student 's have a global vision of industrial enterprise, can ' t suit all sectors activity through a Master 's generic tools applicable in each company. This training also allows to identify business needs and respond with a scientific and industrial.
In a rapidly changing industrial environment, the engineer in Engineering Production Systems must possess multiple skills to the end of his training:
- Have an overall view of the industrial enterprise to integrate into any of these services: Research & Development, Design, Calculations, Tests & Surveys, Purchasing, Logistics, Maintenance, Quality, Production Management, .. .
- Able to adapt to any industry, with knowledge of generic tools applicable regardless of the core business of the target company.
- Identify needs and respond clearly, thanks to scientific and industrial combined with an ability to synthesize adequate.
The personalized choice of optional modules and topics of courses and projects allow engineering students to position themselves in a very wide spectrum of professions.
The training develops a method of rigorous and critical thinking and the ability to:
- design and innovation
- manufacture and subcontract
- modify and optimize an industrial environment
- communicate and manage
- work independently and in team
Which sectors of activity?
The future engineer production systems will be required to make a career in very diverse sectors: aerospace, automotive, transportation, metalworking, industrial packaging, building mechanics, electronics, the pharmaceutical industry, ...
- Mechanical (134 hours)
- Robotics (152 hours)
- Production Management (157 hours)
- Automation (178 hours)
- Languages and Humanities (400 hours)
- Internship and Final Project Study (1375 hours)
* German, Spanish, Chinese or Japanese
Professional Project ** Custom / Tools and Methods
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