Production Engineering

It falls to the Production Engineer to start projects, implement them, manage them, improve them and maintain the production system of goods and services, making use of human and material resources, technology, information and energy. Additionally, it falls to them to detail, anticipate and evaluate the performance of these systems for the benefit of society and the environment. Therefore, it will draw on the traditional methods of analysis and projects of Engineering, as well as specialized insights from Mathematics, Physics, Computing as well as Human and Social Sciences. To follow are some specific topics that will be addressed: production management, quality management, economic management, ergonomics, product development management, operations research, analysis of corporate strategy and organization, technology management, environmental management and the application of information systems to the management of productive processes.

1 4115M-04 Differential and Integral Calculus I
48320-02 Drawing A
4120E-02 Descriptive Statistics
4610T-02 Computational Tools
2512A-02 Fundamentals of Economics for Engineers
44721-02 Business Management for Engineers
44720-02 Introduction to Production Engineering
4311P-04 General Chemistry
2 4443S-04 Materials Science
4115N-04 Differential and Integral Calculus II
48321-02 Technical Drawing I
2512B-02 Economics for Engineers
42188-04 Fundamental Mechanics
44723-02 Business Organization for Engineers
44722-04 Business Planning for Engineers
4610X-04 Programming for Engineering I-A
3 4115P-02 Differential and Integral Calculus III
48325-02 Technical Drawing II
42187-04 Electromagnetism
4471X-02 Engineering Economics
44787-04 Materials Management
4421P-04 Solid Mechanics
44788-04 Intermittent Production Processes I
4115S-02 Matrix Algebra
4 4113S-04 Numerical Calculus A
44795-02 Engineering Economics II
4453V-02 Electrical Energy Management
44295-04 Fluid Mechanics
4120G-04 Probability
44796-02 Intermittent Production Processes II
4470A-02 Quality Management Systems I
42192-04 Thermal Physics and Fluids
5 48330-04 Technical Drawing III – P
4471Y-02 Engineering and Occupational Safety
4120M-04 Inferential Statistics
42190-04 Waves and Modern Physics
4470E-04 Operations Research I
4470G-04 Product Planning
4470F-04 Continuous Production Processes
6 4470S-02 Diagnostics and Troubleshooting in Production
4481Y-02 Environmental Engineering I
4470Y-04 Ergonomics
4120P-04 Advanced Statistics
4470V-02 Corporate Knowledge Management
4470L-04 Production Planning and Control
44792-02 Ethics and Professional Practice in Engineering
7 4471A-04 Production Costs I
4470N-08 Elective courses
4470M-04 Operations Research II
4471B-02 Production Engineering Practice I
4120R-04 Design of Experiments
4442U-02 Dimensional Quality
44643-02 Integrated Manufacturing Systems
8 4120T-04 Statistical Quality Control
4471G-04 Product Engineering
4471H-02 Supervised Internship – Production Engineering (190 Hours)
11521-04 Humanism and Religious Culture
4471F-04 Logistics of Production Processes
4470K-04 Lean Production
4470H-02 Quality Management Systems II
9 44028-00 Complementary Activities (120 Hours)
4471U-04 Production Costs II
2549X-02 Aggregate Service Management
4471J-04 Modeling and Simulation of Production Systems
4471C-02 Production Engineering Practice II
4471L-04 Information and Decision Support Systems
1501A-04 Ethics and Citizenship
10 4471N-04 Production Performance Evaluation
2549W-02 Entrepreneurship for Engineers
4471K-04 Maintenance Engineering
4471P-02 Business Ethics for Engineers
4471M-02 Environmental Management II
4470J-04 Product Development Management
4471R-02 Project Management
4471T-02 Final Thesis – Production Engineering