Degree course name in English: Management Engineering
Degree course name in Italian: ingegneria gestionale
Level of qualification: Master’s Degree Programme
Department: INGEGNERIA DELL’INNOVAZIONE - INNOVATION ENGINEERING
N° Credits: 120
International program: Yes
Type of program:
Taught in english
Universidad de Huelva, Huelva, Spain Universität Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany École Nationale Supérieure d'Arts et Métiers (ParisTech), Paris, France Universitatea Tehnica Din Cluj-Napoca, Cluj-Napoca, Romania University of Tirana, Tirana, Albania Jinan University, Guangzhou, China Azarbaijian Shahid Madani University (ASMU), Tabriz, Iran
Campus Ecotekne Via per Monteroni SN 73100 Lecce (LE)
The labour market has changed radically in recent years. In this new world shaped by dramatic changes in technologies, organizations and society, interdisciplinary skills are key to innovation/career. The Programme in Management Engineering provides such skills by integrating the management of product technologies and production processes with the management of business organizational processes and new business models. Accordingly, the training path of the Master's Degree in Management Engineering is articulated as follows. It integrates traditional basic skills such as quality management and energy management of production systems, production and supply chain planning methodologies, and integrated business management, along with basic interdisciplinary skills related to business analytics and data management models. It also includes specialist skills related to innovative production and innovation management technologies and new business models. The Programme is organised to offer its students the choice between two tracks: Advanced Manufacturing and Operations Management and Business Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
At least 20 positions are available for non-EU students residing outside Italy of which 10 reserved for Chinese students in the framework of Marco Polo Project. Admission to the Master’s Programme in Management Engineering is subject to an interview. A minimum GPA of 70% and a certified B2-level mastery of English will be considered as highly preferential by the interview committee. In addition, the consistency of the Bachelor’s degree and the courses taken relating to the key subjects characterising the Master’s Programme in Management Engineering will be checked upon and evaluated.
Admission to the course requires a high school diploma or other equivalent and approved qualification obtained abroad.
The Master’s Degree grants a high-level employability in procurement and management of supplies, business and production management, productive processes automation and organisation, logistics, project management and management accounting, business and management consulting. Our Graduates can find a job in large enterprises as in SMEs, as well as in the public sector, but also as freelance and technology entrepreneurs. They can undertake both a local and an international career, with particular reference to: manufacturing and industrial transformation sector, energy and equipment industry, traditional and knowledge-intensive service sectors, as well as in public and private research institutions and universities.
The final exam consists in the writing of a dissertation on a subject chosen by the student among the topics of the Programme. The thesis, produced under the guidance of one or more supervisor/s, is of two kinds: 1) related to a project, an experimentation or a case study; 2) related to basic or applied research theme. Basic prerequisites for both kind of thesis are a relevance of the experience and originality of the work undertaken. The dissertation can also be prepared abroad and can be linked to a traineeship experience following an integrated traineeship plus thesis path. Research dissertations foresee the review of a referee, chosen among other Course’s professors, by means of a seminar. Graduation is awarded in a public Ceremony, based on the oral defence of the work to a graduation committee, which will assign a final evaluation by taking into consideration the candidate’s whole university career.
1st Year COMMON − Manufacturing Scheduling - 6 Credits (Fall Semester) − Energy Management - 9 Credits (Fall Semester) − Data Management - 9 Credits (Fall Semester) − Project Management - 6 Credits (Fall Semester) − Manufacturing Quality - 9 Credits (Spring Semester) − Business Integrated Management - 12 Credits (Spring Semester) − Business Analytics - 9 Credits (Spring Semester) 2nd Year COMMON − Supply Chain Management - 9 (Fall Semester) ADVANCED MANUFACTURING AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT − Robotized Manufacturing And Fms - 9 Credits (Fall Semester) − Advanced Technologies In Manufacturing - 9 Credits (Fall Semester) − Production Management And Lean Manufacturing - 9 Credits (Spring Semester) BUSINESS INNOVATION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP − Digital Business - 9 Credits (Fall Semester) − Innovation Management - 9 Credits (Fall Semester) − Technological Entrepreneurship - 9 Credits (Spring Semester) COMMON − Elective Courses 9 Credits − Internship/Training - 6 Credits − Final Exam - 9 Credits
Academic coordinator: Prof.ssa Maria Grazia GNONI Staff coordinator: Dott. Angelo Raffaele PICHIERRI
Data ultimo aggiornamento: 27/11/2020