Three different routes: biomechanical, chemical and industrial
The three-year Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Engineering (180 Course Credits with mandatory participation) provides students with a sound basic knowledge of engineering thanks to a study plan articulated on three different routes: biomechanical, chemical and industrial.
Industrial Engineering graduates can either work as an Entry Level Engineer or enroll for one of the Master’s Degree Courses offered at the University, namely in Biomedical Engineering or in Chemical Engineering for Sustainable Development. Students may also opt for Master’s Degrees on offer at UCBM for example Engineering Management or Mechanical Engineering.
Through the University & Private Enterprise Committee, the UCBM’s Faculty of Engineering seeks to co-opt companies operating in the engineering and industrial manufacturing sector for the purposes of providing students with internship opportunities. In addition, these companies act as important interlocutors for the academic staff in their aim to offer training programs that are up-to-date and in touch with the reality of the evolving workplace.
Examinations in common
1st year - Mathematical analysis and linear algebra, General and organic chemistry, Fundamentals of computer science, Mechanics and thermodynamics, Probability and statistics
2nd year - Mathematical Methods, Electromagnetism, Materials science and technology, Constructions science, Electrical engineering
3rd year - Fundamentals of automatics, Mechanics for biomechanical machines and systems, Measurements
Biomedical Engineering Curriculum
Transport phenomena, Signal processing, Fundamentals of Electronics, Elements of Physiology and Anatomy I, 3 exams chosen by the student (e.g. Applied Electronics, Bioengineering laboratory…)
Chemical Engineering Curriculum
Transport phenomena, Principles of Economics, Fundamentals of chemistry to industry, Industrial plants and machines, 3 exams chosen by the student (e.g. Applied to Engineering Thermodynamics…)
Industrial engineering curriculum
Principles of Economics, Optimization methods for operational research, Information systems, Industrial plants and machines, 3 exams chosen by the student (e.g. Economics and business administration)