ETSII UPM
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEER

Educational Objectives

The graduates, a few years after obtaining their degree, must have attained the following educational objectives in accordance with their knowledge and the skills acquired during their training and the experience accumulated in their work experience:

  1. They will be effective in professional practice for the innovation, development, management, and application of engineering aspects as well as be trained and committed to life-long learning.

  2. They will design and implement innovative and creative solutions to engineering problems, evaluating their economic consequences, considering their global impact on society and the environment, developing skills for entrepreneurship, and taking as guiding principles for action an ethical and socially responsible conduct.

  3. They will be efficient in oral and written communication.

  4. They will efficiently determine the goals and priorities of the activities to be performed in their professional field establishing the actions, deadlines, resources and change process required to achieve the proposed results.

  5. They will effectively lead, manage, work, and relate in multidisciplinary teams and in multilingual and multicultural environments, demonstrating flexibility, adaptability and desire for self-improvement.

Student Outcomes

Degree Student Outcomes

CodeCompetency
CG1 To possess a basic knowledge of science and technology and apply it to the practice of Industrial Engineering.
CG2 Possess the ability to design, develop, implement, manage and improve products, systems and processes in different industrial contexts, using the appropriate analytical, computational or experimental techniques.
CG3 To apply acquired knowledge to identify, formulate and solve problems within broad, multidisciplinary contexts and be capable of integrating knowledge by working in multidisciplinary teams.
CG4 To understand the impact of Industrial Engineering on the environment, the sustainable development of society and the importance of working in a professional, working environment.
CG5 To know how to transmit knowledge and conclusions orally, in writing and graphically to specialized and non-specialized publics, clearly and unambiguously.
CG6 To possess the learning skills that allow engaging in life-long learning for proper professional development.
CG7 To be able to incorporate Industrial Engineering technologies and tools into their work context.
CG8 The ability to work in a bilingual context (English-Spanish)
CG9 Organization and planning in a company context and in the context of other institutions, project organisations and human resources
CG10 Creativity

ABET Student Outcomes

CodeCompetency
A An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering
B An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data
C An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability
D An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams
E An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems
F An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility
G An ability to communicate effectively
H The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context
I A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning
J A knowledge of contemporary issues
K An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice

Annual student enrollment and graduation data

Incoming Students

Year 2009/2010 Year 2010/2011 Year 2011/2012 Year 2012/2013 Year 2013/2014 Year 2014/2015
415 437* 415* 432* 459* 455*
(*) Since academic year 2010/2011 students are admitted in the new bachelor program prior to access the master program

Enrolled Students in the Degree

Year 2009/2010 Year 2010/2011 Year 2011/2012 Year 2012/2013 Year 2013/2014 Year 2014/2015
2936 2449* 1782* 1429* 1043* 666*
(*) Since academic year 2010/2011 students are admitted in the new bachelor program prior to access the master program

Number of Graduates

Year 2009/2010 Year 2010/2011 Year 2011/2012 Year 2012/2013 Year 2013/2014 Year 2014/2015
306 357 311 359 370 367

Syllabus

Track Subject:

1º Course
1º Semester
1011 General Physics 6.0 Core Subject
1012 Calculus I 6.0 Core Subject
1013 Algebra I 6.0 Core Subject
1014 Engineering Graphics I 6.0 Core Subject
1015 Chemistry I 6.0 Core Subject
1016 Computers 7.5 Core Subject
2º Semester
1021 General Physics II 6.0 Core Subject
1022 Calculus II 6.0 Core Subject
1023 Algebra II 6.0 Core Subject
1024 Engineering Graphics II 7.5 Core Subject
1025 Chemistry II 7.5 Core Subject
1026 Theoretical Mechanics I 4.5 Core Subject
2º Course
3º Semester
1031 Advanced Physics I 4.5 Core Subject
1032 Materials I 6.0 Core Subject
1033 Theoretical Mechanics II 4.5 Core Subject
1034 Advanced Calculus 7.5 Core Subject
1035 Statistics 9.0 Core Subject
1036 Thermodynamics I 4.5 Core Subject
4º Semester
1041 Differential Equations 9.0 Core Subject
1042 Advanced Physics II 6.0 Core Subject
1043 Electrotechnics I 4.5 Core Subject
1044 Strength of Materials I 4.5 Core Subject
1045 Thermodynamics II 4.5 Core Subject
1046 Economics 6.0 Core Subject
3º Course
5º Semester
1051 Strength of Materials II 4.5 Core Subject
1052 Fluid Mechanics I 4.5 Core Subject
1053 Theory of Machines 6.0 Core Subject
1054 Systems Theory 6.0 Core Subject
1055 Electrical Machines I 4.5 Core Subject
1056 Materials II 4.5 Core Subject
6º Semester
1061 Heat Transfer 6.0 Core Subject
1062 Fluid Mechanics II 4.5 Core Subject
Proyecto Fin de Carrera
9914 End of Studies Project 1.5