Modern industrial systems are distinguished by a relevant complexity which requires a holistic approach for their appropriate management. The recent evolution and pervasiveness of modern digital technologies, which characterize the new productive and economic paradigms thanks to their cognitive and connectivity potential, is deeply modifying the operating context and the role of the engineer in the industry.
The engineer is now required to face the challenges posed by technological innovation and be able to adopt and manage them within the systemic complexity in which he/she is called to operate. Multi- and interdisciplinary approaches are typically required along with in-depth knowledge and technical skills as well as extensive knowledge and skills in economics and organizational structures.
The Master degree programme in Management and Industrial Systems Engineering aims to train engineers with the necessary skills to effectively manage and govern the processes that are characterizing the new production paradigm and the related industrial revolution. To this end, the programme aims to provide very solid, but at the same time balanced, competences both in technical disciplines as well as in disciplines related to the management of the systemic complexity of modern industry. It also considers economic-organizational aspects and the challenges arising from environmental sustainability and digital technologies in the industrial development.
The Master degree programme in Management and Industrial Systems Engineering is especially addressed to students who have solid knowledge in the field of industrial engineering.