Master Degree in Management Engineering

 

Location: Fermo - via Brunforte 47
Access: Open access
Order: D.M. 270/04
Type: Master Degree (2 years)


 
 

The course of study in short


 

The Master’s degree programme in Management Engineering run by Marche Polytechnic University aims at training professionals who are able to design and control complex economic-production systems and processes using innovative solutions, in the fields of industry and provision of services. To this end, an adequate and advanced knowledge is required in basic subjects as well as in the main Management Engineering themes. Therefore, students on the programme have the possibility to acquire in-depth skills in the following areas: i) industrial technologies and related organisational and managerial aspects, ii) information and communication technologies, iii) structure and functioning of production and logistics systems, iv) process modelling and design, and  v) business management. The peculiarity of the professional figures trained lies in their ability to combine technological and managerial skills, which allows them to tackle complex and interdisciplinary issues.

The programme offers BSc graduates in Management Engineering the opportunity to continue their studies to obtain a second level degree with the aim of developing the ability to analyse and solve issues of considerable technological and managerial complexity.

For first level graduates in other branches of Engineering, it is the opportunity to orient their studies towards management aspects and acquire managerial skills.

The Master’s degree programme in Management Engineering offers graduates career opportunities in a wide range of organisations, including industrial and service companies, consultancy firms, banks, financial institutions and public administration.

 

Professional profile and employment opportunities


 

Role in a work context

Graduates from the MSc programme in Management Engineering typically work in the fields of design and control of complex production processes in different sectors such as industrial, high-tech and service companies as well as public administrations. Graduates, in fact, acquire in-depth knowledge of the principles of management engineering and, in particular, in the fields of production, logistics and business management.

 

Skills associated with the role 

Graduates from the MSc programme in Management Engineering have the ability to understand manufacturing and ICT technologies and model systems. They also have a strong vocation for design and innovation as well as a marked tendency to use analytical-quantitative support tools. The peculiarity of management engineers is their ability to combine technological and managerial skills, which allows them to tackle complex and interdisciplinary issues.

 

Occupational opportunities

The MSc programme in Management Engineering offers graduates career opportunities in a wide range of organisations, including industrial and service companies, consultancy firms, banks, financial institutions and public administrations, where they can take the following positions as:

  • executives and managers of industrial companies;
  • executives and managers of service companies;
  • executives and managers of commercial companies;
  • project managers of complex systems and processes.

In addition, graduates from the MSc programme in Management Engineering can pursue a freelance career, subject to passing the qualification exam and enrolling in the appropriate Professional Engineers Register.

After graduation, they will also be able to continue their studies with a PhD or a second level university master.

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