The aim of the Master's Program in Technology and Engineering Management
is to complement training in the field of engineering skills needed for management, organization, and management of people, projects, departments, and technological and industrial enterprises, especially, the operation and management of innovation.
Covid 19 update: Temporarily, during the 2020-21 academic year, students will complete their first-semester studies entirely online.
The national quality agengy has validated this program:
The Master's Degree in Technology and Engineering Management provides graduates the training to be qualified for jobs as:
- Product manager
- Logistics Responsible
- Innovation manager
- Project manager
- Technical Director
- Technical Supervisor
- Responsible for financial management, marketing, logistics, and human resources
- Creation of their own enterprises
- Realization of projects on request
The master's degree is designed for graduates in Chemical Engineering, Mechanics, Industry, Agriculture, Mine Physics, Industrial Automation and Electronics, Electrical, Biotechnology, Computer Science and related fields.
This Master is aimed at graduates with previous training in the field of Engineering, having thus previous knowledge in the field of economics and business and a solid education in basic subjects such as mathematics and statistics. Students must also want to expand their previous technical knowledge with advanced knowledge on the management of technology companies, the areas of operation, management, and exploitation of innovation and the general economy.
This Master is also aimed at graduates in the fields of science, with screening technology and professional environments and a strong tendency towards innovation. In this case, it is recommended that students take a number of additional training to ensure the homogeneity of the previous training of the students who attended the program.
About the School
We are a young and dynamic university serving the needs of society, with an international outlook and a close relationship with our immediate socioeconomic environment.