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The Master's Degree in Industrial Organisation Engineering trains competent professionals in the advanced management of industrial processes and organisations. It is designed to enable students to:
For advanced management of industrial processes and organisations
Graduates in engineering and other fields with an interest in studying the area of industrial organisation in depth.
Possibility of doing internships in companies, as well as having access to doctoral studies
93% of students are very or fairly satisfied with their engineering studies and 8 out of 10 Deusto Engineering students recommend the University of Deusto
Industrial Organisation Engineering
1 year - 60 ECTS
Admission process open
The deadline to apply for admission for the 2024-25 academic year is open.
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"La clave está en aprovechar la parte práctica de las clases, que te ayudarán después en el mundo laboral"
"Las empresas buscan perfiles que hayan desarrollado soft skills y este máster también favorece mucho el crecimiento personal""
"Este máster ha permitido aportar a mi formación técnica una visión global de todos los procesos de la empresa".
I am really enjoying it. At first you have to learn a theoretical basis, but as you go on everything is more practical and that's the fun part
As there is significant demand of professionals in this area by employers, this master's degree offers a framework to enhance the professional development potential of:
Assessment of the supporting documents provided:
The recognition of credits in the Master's Degree in Industrial Organisation Engineering is regulated by Agreement 3/2016, of 13 December, of the Academic Board, which approves the regulations for the recognition and transfer of credits in first cycle and second cycle studies taught at the University of Deusto (enacted by Order of the Rector 29/2016, of 14 December). As stated in these regulations, university studies, whether official or unofficial, completed or not, at the UD or at another university, may be recognised. When the credits are earned through work or professional experience, these will also be taken into account for the award of a Master's degree, provided that this experience is duly accredited and related to the competences inherent in such degree. The total number of credits recognised in a Master's degree may not exceed 50 % of the total number of credits required to gain the degree.
The Committee will request a report from the University's Social Action and Inclusion Service to ensure equal rights and opportunities in accessing and acquiring the competences required to obtain the degree.
Finally, the University of Deusto guarantees no discrimination on grounds of age, sex, race, religion, disability, sexual orientation, origin, or any other condition with respect to access to Master's studies, as in other levels, for any person qualified to do so.
The Industrial Organisation Engineering profession has always had a high employability rate and
expects this trend to continue in the future. The contents cover the technical, organisational and scientific knowledge currently required by the job market , as well as the generic skills most valued by companies.
We count on the close participation of leading industrial and business companies. A significant percentage of the teaching will be given by professionals from industry and business. We also have the collaboration of faculty from the Deusto Business School (DBS).
99.87% of Spanish companies are SMEs, a size of company that requires engineering graduates with transversal competences, capable of organising the company as a whole.
The new economic context of companies makes it essential to adopt continuous improvement strategies, based on quality, knowledge management, innovation and permanent upgrading of all products and organisational processes in order to ensure their competitiveness and survival.
On the international level, there are universities in most EU countries that offer similar degrees in terms of name, graduate profile and academic content (business management, production, logistics, sustainability and information technology).
Graduates in Industrial Engineering and in other branches (Computer Science,
Telecommunications, Electronics and Automation, etc.) have direct access to the master's degree. This programme is a perfect complement to their more technical engineering training.
This master's degree is also designed to facilitate access to doctoral studies for those students who intend to pursue a professional research career. In accordance with Royal Decree 1393/2007, the completion of this master's degree gives direct access to an official doctoral programme. The research activity (projects, doctoral theses and scientific publications) most directly linked to the degree is carried out in the Industrial Organisation and Logistics research area.
This master's degree also includes training in generic competences such as:
verbal communication, written communication, learning orientation, problem solving, ethical sense and teamwork.
This official Master’s degree has ANECA accreditation (National Agency for Quality Assessment and Accreditation). The curriculum has been asessed by the Assessment Committees made up of national and international experts from the academic field
, practicing professionals and students related to this field of study.
Students will use the same software tools as working tools as those used by industrial and consulting companies in their plants and technical offices in the processes of process design, systems, management of company areas...