Introduction

The Master's degree course in Management Engineering (class LM-31) of the University of the Republic of San Marino is active starting from the a.y. 2018/2019, by virtue of an agreement stipulated with the University of Parma. The course guarantees the student who has successfully completed the training course the issue of a "double degree" degree by the University of Parma and the University of San Marino, legally valid both in Italy and in the Republic of San Marino.

Master's Degree in Management Engineering - brochure

The master's degree course in Management Engineering aims to train an engineer capable of understanding and managing the systemic problems that characterize the life of companies. The course aims to train a graduate who is culturally prepared both in terms of technology and economics/management.

Specific objectives concern:

  • The creation of a figure with a solid background in the sectors that characterize the management of the enterprise system divided into its various sub-components (logistics, production, marketing, finance, administration and control).
  • In-depth analysis of analytical and interpretative models of the nature of inter-organisational supply chain relationships (supply chain management and extended information systems) and of the analysis of the environment in which the company operates (financial system, competitive system, regulatory/institutional system ).

Graduates in Management Engineering will possess a solid knowledge of business integration and coordination technologies and qualitative-quantitative methodologies to support business decisions. This advanced instrumentation can profitably be applied to the management of production systems and innovation projects in which the organizational variable plays a highly critical role, as well as to the management of commercial and financial problems with respect to which technical-scientific knowledge appears to be an essential condition for the effectiveness of the operate.

The training course is divided into two teaching periods for each academic year.

During the two-year period, the student will attend a teaching period (lasting approximately one semester) at the University of Parma, taking the exams required by the study plan, corresponding to 30 credits.

During the two-year period, the training experience of the internship is also foreseen, which has among its main purposes that of facilitating job placement and professional choices through direct knowledge of the world of work. This experience is favored by the numerous connections between the University and local companies.

On the basis of the aforementioned Convention between the University of the Republic of San Marino and the University of Parma, the student who successfully completes the training course will be awarded a "double title" degree, legally valid both in Italy and in the Republic of San Marino.

These graduates will then be able to:

  • continue academic studies at any other Italian (or European) university, by enrolling in a 1st or 2nd level University Master's degree or undertake Research Doctorate courses, in accordance with the individual teaching regulations (and possibly with the legislation of the individual foreign countries other than Italy).
  • complete the university career by entering the world of work.

Access to the degree course is free (there is no limited number).

Students in possession of a degree or a three-year university diploma or other qualification obtained abroad, recognized as suitable, with a degree grade of not less than 85/110 and who have ascertained possession of the curricular requirements according to the methods specified in the study program regulations: Curricular requirements

EMPLOYMENT PROSPECTS

SUPPLY CHAIN ​​ENGINEER SPECIALIST

Function in a work context

The main functions of the professional figure and the related skills are analyzed on the basis of Almalaurea data, the results of the Steering Committee and the reports of the Excelsior information system.

Experienced Management Engineer/Supply Chain Specialist designs and ensures supply chain performance from ordering, shipping, billing and customer service. The engineer working in this context works by supervising a variety of different employees and departments within the supply chain to ensure that the overall process runs smoothly.

Skills associated with the function

  • Knowledge of the logic of analysis, planning and management of corporate information within companies producing goods and services, including user interaction aspects.
  • In-depth knowledge of issues such as the organization of distribution systems, the outsourcing of logistics activities, the impact of new technologies (e-logistics), the solutions implemented in different industrial and commercial sectors.
  • Ability to deal with the main problems of a supply chain through the application of quantitative and qualitative analysis tools.
  • Ability to apply techniques for economic evaluation in a supply chain.
  • Ability to apply lean management principles both in the design and management of supply chains, distribution and internal processes.

Sectors of use

  • Companies producing goods or services;
  • Logistics operators;
  • Big organised distribution;
  • Consulting company;
  • ICT System Integrator.

EXPERT PRODUCTION ENGINEER

Function in a work context

The main functions of the professional figure and the related skills are analyzed on the basis of Almalaurea data, the results of the Steering Committee and the reports of the Excelsior information system. The production management expert covers roles related to the production areas (eg planning, scheduling and quality-quantity control).

Skills associated with the function

The main skills associated with this function are related to the application of:

  • Knowledge of the logic of analysis, planning and management of corporate information within companies producing goods and services, including user interaction aspects.
  • Knowledge of the management strategies applicable to a production system and of the procedures for analyzing the performance of the system itself.
  • Knowledge of integrated design and production techniques used in the manufacturing industry.
  • Ability to apply methods to evaluate the efficiency, effectiveness and economic sustainability of the production system.
  • Knowledge of the main process control techniques and acceptance control both in the raw material acquisition phase and in the product/service placing on the market.
  • Ability to apply quality measurement methodologies and the fundamental concepts required by the reference quality legislation.
  • Ability to apply methods of planning, scheduling, monitoring and control of orders through the use of quantitative tools.

Sectors of use

  • Manufacturing enterprises;
  • Consulting company;
  • ICT System Integrator.

EXPERT ENGINEER IN COMPANY CONTROL

Function in a work context

The main functions of the professional figure and the related skills are analyzed on the basis of Almalaurea data, the results of the Steering Committee and the reports of the Excelsior information system.

The managerial engineer expert in the control and management of companies works as an analyst of company processes, identifying areas for improvement and the information requirements necessary for optimizing processes. Normally it works in support of the executive management within the areas of management control, innovation, marketing and finance for the definition and implementation of development strategies.

Skills associated with the function

The main skills associated with this function are related to the application of:

  • Knowledge of the logic of analysis, planning and management of corporate information within companies producing goods and services, including user interaction aspects.
  • Ability to apply advanced methodologies for management control and industrial accounting.
  • Ability to understand the income and capital implications of specific business decisions of both an operational and strategic nature.
  • Ability to understand the interaction between financial market trends, investment opportunities and the capital structure choices adopted by companies.
  • Ability to apply quantitative tools for risk management. Ability to identify, evaluate and manage the main financial, credit and operational risks.

Sectors of use

  • Manufacturing enterprises;
  • Service companies;
  • Public and private organizations;
  • Consulting company;
  • ICT System Integrator.

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