Our main aim is to train engineers to integrate, design, optimise, plan, organise and control production and service systems by means of mathematical and computational methods, engineering techniques and principles of economics and management.
Industrial Organisation Engineers systematically aim to improve the production and operation levels of both goods and services in the midst of today's rapidly changing, globally competitive environment.
Likewise, they also seek to optimise the resources available in order to manage, operate, maintain and manage those systems targeted to achieving a higher degree of competitiveness, profitability, quality and excellence; in addition, they aim to assimilate, develop and adapt the appropriate technologies to attain social and economic benefits, as well as to promote the preservation of the environment.
At ESIDE faculty, our engineering students are trained to be creative and capable of developing their personal and professional skills in areas such as finance, marketing, business management, project assessment, group development, and design of production and service systems. In addition, they are trained and encouraged to be enterprising, efficient and to gain expertise in the use of the various means of communication and expression, as well as to use computer systems and qualitative and quantitative analysis methods. Their field of work includes the public and private sectors or self-employment, setting up their own company. This will enable them to work wherever the provision of a good or service is required, regardless of the quantity, quality and price demanded by society, and to be led by a sense of productivity and competitiveness.
At ESIDE, we focus on a degree programme that combines the second cycle in Industrial Organisation and Industrial Technical Engineering, with a specialism in Industrial Electronics. Therefore, this degree has a technologically-oriented component, especialised in electronics, automation and electromechanics. This makes it particularly attractive to most of the sectors in the industrial and production contexts, where the application of these technologies is an essential element for technological innovation.