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Master’s Degree in Product Engineering

A master of product engineering uses the development of new technologies creatively and creates useful and innovative products that generate value.
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Description

By pursuing the Master’s Degree Program in Product Engineering (MIP), you will learn to produce useful products that generate value through innovation, the development of new technologies, and their creative use. ​

Quick Facts
10

You will take 10 courses when pursuing this master’s degree, in addition to the Management Skills Seminar.

Objective

We prepare you as a specialist in the technological management of design processes and product improvement to promote competitiveness and stimulate the creation of intellectual capital.

 

Student Learning Outcomes

  • You will improve product design and development through structural optimization, the finite element method and/or the analysis of mechanical vibrations, in order to generate business value.
  • You will incorporate new materials technologies into product design to generate business value.
  • You will design applied research to product engineering to generate knowledge.
  • You will master basic professional skills (problem solving, making ethical decisions, negotiation, and applying reasoning to logic and communication) for the performance of your work duties.

Admission profile

  • Hold an undergraduate degree in engineering or a like discipline.
  • Work in the industry, with a strong inclination to solving the problems of the regional industry.
  • Have appositive attitude toward change.
  • Be analytical, creative, innovative, and visionary.
  • Show adaptability to an international cultural environment and have a good command of the English language.

Graduate profile

Upon completion of this master's degree program, you will have acquired the following knowledge:

  • Structural optimization techniques.
  • Finite element analysis.
  • Development of new materials technologies.
  • Comprehensive product development.
  • Mechanical vibrations analysis.
  • Applied engineering analysis.
  • Apply trends in materials and processes to develop new products.
  • Modeling and simulation for product twin and process twin.
  • Nanotechnology applications.
  • Materials characterization applications.
  • Six Sigma in product development.

Upon completion of this master's degree program, you will have acquired the following skills:

  • Leadership.
  • Effective communication when designing visual aids and presenting them.
  • Problem solving, considering key issues.
  • Applied mathematics.
  • Use of advanced software as a tool to assess problems and design, and in decision-making.
  • Negotiation and teamwork.

Upon completion of this master's degree program, you will have acquired the following attitudes:

  • Proactivity.
  • Efficiency.
  • Creativity.
  • Accuracy and attention to details.
  • Continuing education.
  • Strong sense of ethics and responsibility.

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Curriculum

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*The order presented may change.

1st four-months
Subject Credits
Engineering Analysis 6
Trends on Materials and Processes 6

 

2nd four-months
Subject Credits
Modeling and Simulation Systems 6
Materials Characterization 6
3rd four-months
Subject Credits
Integrated Product Development 6
Finite Element Method 6
4th four-months
Subject Credits
Composite Materials and Nanotechnology 6
Product Engineering Seminar 6
5th four-months
Subject Credits
Research Seminar 6
Elective 6
6th four-months
Subject Credits
Elective 6
Management Skills Seminar 6
Innovation Project 4
Credits
Total credits Credits
Key subjects​ 64
Elective subjects 12
Total credits 76

Faculty

Departments:
Ciencias Computacionales, Ingeniería
Departments:
Física y Matemáticas
Departments:
Ingeniería
Departments:
Ingeniería
Departments:
Ciencias Computacionales
Departments:
Ingeniería
Departments:
Ingeniería

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