Bachelor's Degree in INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

Degree course in italian
INGEGNERIA INDUSTRIALE
Degree course
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING
Title
Bachelor's Degree
MIUR Class
Classe delle lauree in Ingegneria industriale - L-9 (DM270)
Length
3 years
Credits
180
Department
ENGINEERING FOR INNOVATION
Website
https://www.unisalento.it/didattica/cosa-studiare/corsi-di-laurea/-/dettaglio/corso/LB09/ingegneria-industriale
Language
ITALIAN
Location
Lecce
Academic year
2022/2023
Type of access/Available places
Free access course
Career opportunities
2.2.1.1.1 - Ingegneri meccanici
2.2.1.5.2 - Ingegneri dei materiali
2.2.1.7.0 - Ingegneri industriali e gestionali

Course description

No limitations, a preliminary admission test is mandatory

Admission to the course requires a high school diploma or other equivalent and approved qualification obtained abroad.

- Campus Ecotekne, Via per Monteroni, Lecce

- Brindisi

Graduates will need to be able to solve engineering problems that suit their level of knowledge and understanding even by collaborating with other engineers. In particular, graduates of industrial engineering will need to be able to set up and analyse even complex problems both in terms of basic scientific problems and fundamental aspects of application, which are typical of engineering. Competence and knowldege acquired will allow graduates to work in industrial as well as service companies.

Academic coordinator: prof. Maria Grazia Gnoni Staff coordinator: Dott. Angelo Pichierri

The aim of the Industrial Engineering course is to provide students with a solid basic preparation in science and engineering, in order to acquire both mental flexibility and methods of study and work necessary to: - conduct the activity of a top-level engineer in various sectors in which her/his performance may be required; - deal with the knowledge provided by subsequent master degrees. Therefore, the industrial engineer will have to be prepared, both from a theoretical and application point of view and without neglecting the probabilistic approach to systemic in mathematics, physics, chemistry, general mathematical approach to physical phenomena, graphic representation through the design of physical systems, basic technical-scientific subjects related to the static, structure and resistance of materials and movement, transformations and energy transmission. The industrial engineer must be directed to the first problems of design, use, construction and manufacture of machines and components, both in isolation and in the plant. For this reason, the degree course have to be completed with teaching modules that introduce students to machines and plants design, together with the technological processes, to the control of functional and operational performance assessment of industrial systems.

The final exam consists of a project thesis developed under the supervision of professor involved in the master degree course.

No international partners

Course modules

Indirizzo Aerospazio

electrical engineering (ING-IND/31)

9 credits - Compulsory

PHYSICS II (FIS/01)

6 credits - Compulsory

INDUSTRIAL PLANTS (ING-IND/17)

9 credits - Compulsory

TOTAL COST MANAGEMENT (ING-IND/35)

6 credits - Compulsory

RATIONAL MECHANICS (MAT/07)

9 credits - Compulsory

OPTIMIZATION (MAT/09)

9 credits - Compulsory

Indirizzo Gestionale

electrical engineering (ING-IND/31)

9 credits - Compulsory

PHYSICS II (FIS/01)

6 credits - Compulsory

INDUSTRIAL PLANTS (ING-IND/17)

9 credits - Compulsory

TOTAL COST MANAGEMENT (ING-IND/35)

6 credits - Compulsory

RATIONAL MECHANICS (MAT/07)

9 credits - Compulsory

OPTIMIZATION (MAT/09)

9 credits - Compulsory

Indirizzo Materiali

electrical engineering (ING-IND/31)

9 credits - Compulsory

PHYSICS II (FIS/01)

6 credits - Compulsory

INDUSTRIAL PLANTS (ING-IND/17)

9 credits - Compulsory

TOTAL COST MANAGEMENT (ING-IND/35)

6 credits - Compulsory

RATIONAL MECHANICS (MAT/07)

9 credits - Compulsory

OPTIMIZATION (MAT/09)

9 credits - Compulsory

Indirizzo Meccanica

electrical engineering (ING-IND/31)

9 credits - Compulsory

PHYSICS II (FIS/01)

6 credits - Compulsory

INDUSTRIAL PLANTS (ING-IND/17)

9 credits - Compulsory

TOTAL COST MANAGEMENT (ING-IND/35)

6 credits - Compulsory

RATIONAL MECHANICS (MAT/07)

9 credits - Compulsory

OPTIMIZATION (MAT/09)

9 credits - Compulsory