Master Degree - School: Engineering - Access type: Open with curricular skills test
o Class: LM–31 (Ministerial Decree No 270 of 2004)
o Course type: Master Degree
o Duration: 2 years
o Access type: Open with curricular skills test
o School: Engineering
o Department: Mario Lucertini Enterprise Engineering
o Course code: H35
Description and Teaching Objectives
This Degree provides advanced training on disciplines relating to industrial issues and conveying full mastery of theories of economic and organisational analysis, the most advanced decision-making techniques as well as control and optimisation tools and methods to manage complex systems. Compared to the Bachelor’s Degree bearing the same name, this training deepens themes and methods suitable for a high-level job placement as well as to pursue studies and perform advanced professional activities and/or scientific research. In particular, graduates are able to improve the application of Information Technology and operational research methods, economic analysis and management to solve highly complex problems in the organisation and operational management of production systems.
This Degree is divided into 5 different curricula covering specific professional skills: Business Management, Production Systems, Logistics and Transport Systems, Digital Governance Systems for Public Administrations, Telecommunications Engineering Management.
The Business Management curriculum aims at training professionals with appropriate expertise who can deal with corporate governance, hence being able to manage complex organisational issues.
The Production Systems curriculum aims at training versatile professionals capable of performing both technical and organisational/managerial tasks in production and in corporate organisation as a whole.
The Logistics and Transport Systems curriculum aims at training professionals who can manage production, information and distribution flows for products/services using management technologies for complex systems in sectors such as industry, services, distribution and transport.
The Digital Governance Systems for Public Administrations curriculum trains professionals with advanced skills in public administration management, e-government and antitrust legislation.
The Telecommunications Engineering Management curriculum aims at training a new kind of professional figure with multidisciplinary skills combining high-level management skills and ITC.
Graduates in Engineering Management can work in: large organisations; SMEs: industrial (generally manufacturing ones) and service (including Public Administration) companies; consulting at national and international level. They can perform tasks such as: procurement and materials management; corporate and production organisation; organisation and automation of production systems; logistics and transport; project management and management control; investment assessment; infrastructure management; innovation management; technological upgrading of products and processes; industrial marketing and sales management; analysis and management of financial systems.
Web References and Contacts
Coordinator: Professor Stefano Giordani
Didactic secretariat: Ms Patrizia Dominici
Tel: +39 06 7259 7356