Master inManagement in Industrial Companies
Objectives: To provide university graduates with technical and scientific qualifications with a rigorous additional training that enable them, in their future professional life, to take on posts of responsibility in running and directing the company, preferably industrial.
It complements the scientific and technological knowledge that the graduates already possess, and equips them to contribute, in the productive company that they join, the capacity to design, generate and commercialise new products, the capacity to improve the already existing commercialisation processes, as well as the possibility of optimising the production processes and policy strategies of the company itself.
Graduates will be able to develop and comfortably relate to the functional areas of marketing, finance, human resources, management control, quality control and/or strategic management.
Graduates from the technical and scientific field, in possession of a full degree, engineering, technical engineering and graduate qualifications who wish to acquire business training without renouncing their scientific-technical vocation.
The course begins in October or February of the academic year.
€10.920 (couse 2012/13). €182 ECTS.
IQS graduates have special conditions on access and enrollment.
To be able to study the Masters in Industrial Company Management, candidates must make application to the Masters Assessment Committee, accrediting their entrance qualification and with a brief professional CV.
The nature of the Masters favours students with the corresponding official entrance qualifications:
- Degrees belonging to the areas of Sciences and Health Sciences
- Technical Engineering
- Technical Architecture
Candidates with official qualifications different from the above and with qualification holders from foreign universities in areas connected to the Masters, may also apply for a place, the masters Assessment Committee having the final say, after having studied the Study Plan completed by the candidate and their CV, on their admission and the need or otherwise to undertake and pass training complementary to the Masters Programme.
Last updated September 30, 2017