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The duration of the Undergraduate Programme in Industrial Engineering is 4 years (8 semesters) and consists of 240 ECTS credits. The curriculum is designed for a full-time student to take 60 ECTS credits per academic year.

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First Year

SubjectECTSDuration
Chemistry6.0A
Business and Economics6.0S
Statistics6.0S
Mathematics I12.0A
Graphic Expression9.0A
Computer Sciences9.0A
Physics12.0A
 

Second Year

SubjectECTSDuration
Theory of Circuits6.0S
Electric Machines5.0S
Applied Mechanics4.5S
Theory of Machines4.5S
Fluid Mechanics5.0S
Thermodynamics5.0S
Fundamentals of Materials Science4.0S
Mechanics of Materials5S
Environmental Technology4.5S
Industrial Drawing6.0S
Mathematics II4.5S
Unit Operations of Chemical Engineering6.0S
 

Third Year

SubjectECTSDuration
Operations Management4.0S
Electronics5.0S
Strength of Materials5.0S
Manufacturing Processes4.5S
Electrical Systems5.0S
Mathematics III4.5S
Thermal Motors6.0S
Theory of Structures6.0S
Industrial Buildings6.0S
Materials Technology6.0S
Professional Ethics5.0S
Oral and Written Communication3.0S
 

Fourth Year

SubjectECTSDuration
Projects3.0S
Computer and Communications6.0S
Automatics6.0S
Calculus of Machine Elements6.0S
Manufacturing Machines Technology6.0S
Thermotechnics5.0S
Internship6.0S
Final Degree Project12.0S
Materials Selection (Optional)4.0S
Statistics for Quality Improvement (Optional)6.0S
Alternative Sources of Generating Energy (Optional)4.0S
Computer Aided Product Engineering (Optional)6.0S
Entrepreneurship (Optional)4.0S
Mechatronics and Robotics (Optional)4.0S

ECTS: European Credit Transfer System
A: annual / S: semestral
Practical work in the laboratories and workshops are included in the subjects.
 

Final degree Project

The Final Degree Project will contain elements related to research or innovative industrial applications. Students will develop their ability to understand state-of-the-art knowledge in their fields by using systems, components and processes to meet the established requirements.
 
Furthermore, the project will allow students to improve their ability to communicate effectively, both orally and written, to work in a team, to incorporate contemporary aspects related to the profession and to recognise the need for constant training.
 
The Final Degree Projects are carried out under the supervision of a tutor and students will join a research team to carry out their projects. Providing that students meet the academic criteria, they may be able to pursue the capstone project in other institutions, such as Spanish or foreign universities, public or private research centres and industries and companies in the industrial sectors. The last step for the Final Degree Project will be to write a thesis, which must be defended publicly before a tribunal.