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Master's Degree in Industrial Engineering

STRUCTURE

YEAR COMPULSORY SUBJECTS OPTIONAL SUBJECTS FINAL PROJECT TOTALS

1st

36

24

-- 60
2nd 36 12 12 (compulsory) 60

TOTALES

72

36

12 120

FIRST YEAR: compulsory subjects

 CODE SUBJECT CREDITS
First semester
17655101 Business Management 6
  Optional subjects 24
Second semester
17655104 Industrial Plants and Infrastructures 3
17655105 Structures 3
17655107 Electrical and Communications Installations 3
17655109 Transport and Industrial Maintenance 3
17655110 Electrical Energy Systems 4,5
17655112 Designing and Testing Machines 4,5
17655114 Thermal and Hydraulic Installations 4,5
17655115 Management and Exploitation of Energy Sources 4,5

SECOND YEAR: compulsory subjects

 CODE SUBJECT CREDITS
First semester
17655106 Quality in Industry 3
17655108 Industrials Installations 3
17655111 Integrated Manufacturing Systems 4,5
17655113 Analysis and Design of Chemical Processes 4,5
17655116 Electronic Systems and Industrial Instrumentation 4,5
17655117 Automated Production Systems and Process Control 4,5
  Optional subjects 6
Second semester
17655102 Industrial Processes Management 6
17655103 Industrial Project Management 3
17655118 Career Guidance and Citizenship 3
17655301 Final Master's Project 12
  Optional subjects 6

OPTIONAL SUBJECTS:

In this section you will find the list of all the optional subjects on the curriculum. Before you select the subjects you wish to register for, please make sure that they have been activated

 CODE SUBJECT CREDITS
17655201 Expanding Thermodynamics and Hydraulics 6
17655202 Modelling Solids and Standardization 6
17655203 Machine Mechanics 3
17655204 Structural Mechanics 3
17655205 Fundamentals of Chemical Engineering 3
17655206 Kinetics and Reactors 3
17655207 Basic Unit Operations 3
17655208 Unit Operations Laboratory 3
17655209 Electrotechnics Laboratory 3
17655210 Electrical Installations in Buildings 3
17655211 Electrical Circuits 3
17655212 Fundamentals of Automatisms 3
17655213 Quality of Electrical Energy 3
17655214 Pressure Equipment Design 3
17655215 Mechanical Maintenance 3
17655216 Modelling and Computation of Industrial Processes 3
17655217 Biomaterials 3
17655218 Advanced Transport Phenomena 6
17655219 Reactor Engineering 6
17655220 Materials and Nanostructures 3
17655221 Advanced Separation Processes 6
17655222 Advanced Thermodynamics and Molecular Simulation 6
17655223 Management of Transfer and Innovation 4
17655224 Power Management of Renewable Energy Sources 4
17655225 Robot Control and Programming 8
17655226 Industrial Instrumentation 8
17655227 Modelling and Simulation of Dynamic Systems 8
17655228 Mobile Robotics 4
17655229 Perception Systems 8
17655230 Calculating and Designing Solar Refrigeration Systems 3
17655231 Energy Efficiency and Audits in Buildings 3
17655232 Energy Requirements and Simulations of Office Installations 3
17655233 Combined Heat and Cold Production Systems in Buildings 3
17655234 Optimisation in Engineering 6
17655235 Modelling and Control of Converters 3
17655236 Modelling and Control of Electrical Machines 3
17655237 Electronic Systems in Communications 5
17655501 Work Placement I 6
17655502 Work Placement II 6

BRIDGING COURSES (**):

- For Industrial Engineering in Electricity students:

CODE SUBJECT CREDITS
17214010 Chemical Fundamentals of Engineering 6
17214122 Science and Resistance of Materials 5

- For Industrial Engineering in Industrial Electronics students:

CODE SUBJECT CREDITS
17204010 Chemical Fundamentals of Engineering 6
17204117 Thermodynamics and Hydraulics 6
17204122 Science and Resistance of Materials 5

- For Industrial Engineering in Mechanics students:

CODE SUBJECT CREDITS
20224009 Chemical Fundamentals of Engineering 6
20224121 Fundamentals of Electronic and Automatic Technology 6

- For Industrial Engineering in Industrial Chemistry students:

CODE SUBJECT CREDITS
20204106 Machines and Mechanisms 3
20204109 Resistance of Materials 3
20204112 Design of Heat Exchange Operations 5
20204121 Laboratory of Unitary Operations 6
20204122 Design of Separation Operations 9

(**) After checking the candidate’s transcript, the body responsible for admission can decide that the student must attend and satisfactorily complete some of the subjects that are programmed as bridging courses.