The mission of the MSc in Engineering with a Specialization in Management Engineering is the executive training of professionals who wish to develop their knowledge and management and leadership skills especially, to respond to the challenges of complete jobs and multinational demanders and leaders in different industries.
Many professional engineers have the expertise to solve complex problems. Upon completing their training with the Master of Engineering with specialization in Management Engineering they develop management skills to effectively lead projects and work teams and develop business opportunities.
The Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, ABET, is the most prestigious and important accrediting body of Engineering School. Currently, there are only 102 engineering schools around the world that have Industrial or Management Engineering programs accredited by ABET.
The J.B Speed School of Engineering:
Located in Louisville Kentucky, one of the largest metropolitan areas in the United States.
Teachers offer consulting and training to companies such as General Electric, Ford Motor Company and UPS.
Founded in 1924 and with programs since 1936.
It has 11 buildings, multiple scientific laboratories and specialized library.
High percentage of professors with PhD degrees, Professional Engineering (PE) and Fellows of the Institute of Industrial Engineers.
Recognized by the Wall Street Journal, Consumer Digest and U.S. News & World Report as one of the best engineering schools.
Strengths in Simulation, Robotics, Material Handling, Logistics and Distribution, Quality Control, Design of Facilities, Artificial Intelligence, Ergonomics, Manufacturing, Operations Research, Transportation System and others.
EM 513 Operations Management
This course deals with techniques for analyzing operations in manufacturing and distribution, with the aim of allocating resources and optimizing their performance. The information obtained in this module will allow the student to perform quantitative analysis of the operations, as well as the planning for future expansions. More information on this topic can be found at www.scienceofbetter.org.
EM 561 Engineering Statistics I
This course provides students with comprehensive coverage of topics related to basic statistics, including descriptive statistics, discrete and continuous probability distributions, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, and linear regression.
EM 670 Financial Management in Engineering II
This course covers the accounting methods and basic methods of cost accounting that are applied in manufacturing, construction and other engineering systems. In addition, it also covers methods for estimating labor costs, material costs and overheads. The estimation techniques apply to the products, processes and systems.
EM 525 Project Management
This course includes the use of network techniques, heuristics of resource allocation and other methods of planning, management and control of Engineering projects involving research, development, production, maintenance and construction.
EM 628 Engineering Management
This course examines the organization, the principles of personnel administration, and the role of the Engineering Director, based on Barnard’s classic “Executive Functions” approach.
IE 541 Simulation
The objective of this course is to provide students with a basic knowledge of simulation models, especially those used in manufacturing and service systems, for the evaluation and analysis of new system designs, modifications to existing systems and The proposed changes to the control systems and operating standards.
IE 631 Advanced Quality Control
This course addresses advanced techniques for improving process quality and control, including SCP techniques and Taguchi methods for experimental design. It also broadly covers ISO standards, quality management and improved productivity.
EM 646 Marketing and the Engineer
The objective of this course is to provide the students with the knowledge to develop the financial information management system of the logistics company, which allows to guarantee the competitive capacity in the long term through the decision making with timely, useful and reliable data that are Based on an activity-based cost system that allows the knowledge of the resources consumed and evaluate if these resources generate value.
IEM694 Engineering Corporate Strategy
This course covers topics related to manufacturing processes, product design, production planning, inventory control, quality control, and the flow of data and information throughout the supply chain to match the quality of the product And its cost.
EM 699 Engineering Management Project
In this course the student develops an engineering project, prepares a written report on the project and presents an oral report to the teachers and fellow students. The student will be guided by a teacher, according to the thematic area selected for the project.
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