Master of Science in Industrial Management and Engineering

300 ECTS credits (start autumn-12)
Vill du ha ett arbete där du kombinerar ekonomi, teknik och ledarskap? Då är civilingenjör i industriell ekonomi något för dig! Kunskaper om affärsutveckling, innovation, och entreprenörskap ger dig en intressant profil på arbetsmarknaden.

Overview

Profile - General Content

A combination of skills in economy, technology and leadership opens doors to exciting and advanced jobs in management and production.

Working as an engineer you often need to solve problems involving both technological and economical aspects. The Master of Science in Industrial Engineering program offers expertise in both these areas and the skills required to manage projects that span both technology and finance functions. You will get broad knowledge within science and engineering, while you reach a deeper knowledge in the area of industrial economics. You are trained to think and act as an engineer and learn how to solve problems in a structured way. Knowledge in business development, innovation and entrepreneurship offers an interesting profile.

Qualification Awarded

The education leads up to a higher education qualification for second-cycle studies, with the description Master of Science in Industrial Management and Engineering.

Application

It is no longer possible to sign up for this occasion.

Programme period

2012-September-03 until
2017-June-05

Mode of delivery

On campus (face-to-face), Day-time, full-time

Location

Karlskrona

Language of instruction

The teaching language is Swedish. However, the teaching could be carried out in English.

Level

Second cycle

Main field of study

Industrial Management

Programme manager

Number of seats

25

Admission

Prerequisites

For admission to the programme, apart from general entry requirements for higher education, Specific entry requirements no. 9 apply: Mathematics E, Physics B and Chemistry A.

Read more about general admission requirements.

Admission Criteria

If there are more qualified applicants than available places for the current programme start, a selection is made. This is done in the following manner:

All qualified applicants are placed in one or several selection groups parallelly and then participate in the selection within each respective group.

Grade-based selection:

BG - grade average in the 0-20 scale:

Final school grades from the upper-secondary school programmes, final school grades from the upper-secondary school, adult education at upper-secondary level, foreign grades and transcript of courses and grades of the upper-secondary school.
BF - assessment
Folk high school with certificate of general/general entry requirements and student assessment. The distribution of places between the two grade-based groups are made in proportion to the number of applicants in each group.
SA - late applications
This selection group is for late applications. An applicant that submits a late application is placed in this selection group and is assigned tariff after day of arrival.
Examination-based selection:
HE - the Swedish Scholastic Aptitude Test
In the examination-based selection all qualified applicants with a valid Swedish Scholastic Aptitude Test participate. The lowest accepted result to participate in the examination-based selection is 0.1 points.
Other applicants:

The applicant that satisfies the requirement of entry requirements of but lacks a tariff can only be admitted provided that all in the above groups have been offered places.
DA - Direct admission can take place under certain circumstances through individual review.

Distribution of locations:

At the admission to a study programme, 67 % of the places should be distributed in a grade-based selection and 33 % in an examination-based selection. An applicant that satisfies the requirements for both the selection groups should be included in both.
Qualified applicants with the same qualifications:
If two or several applicants to an alternative at first- and second cycle have the same tariff, lots will be drawn.
For complete information about selection, see the admission regulations of BTH.

Admission Procedure

Read about the admission procedure.

Recognition of prior studies and studies abroad

Student who has been admitted to the programme and has earlier completed a course that corresponds to a course within the programme, can apply for recognition of prior studies. If possible, the student will be offered admission to an alternative course. Studies abroad within the programme can normally be partly or fully recognised. In these cases a decision is made via the Learning Agreement, prior the study period.

Read more about studying abroad.

Practical Information

Practical information is found under 'Prospective students'.

Application

It is no longer possible to sign up for this occasion.

Programme period

2012-September-03 until
2017-June-05

Mode of delivery

On campus (face-to-face), Day-time, full-time

Location

Karlskrona

Language of instruction

The teaching language is Swedish. However, the teaching could be carried out in English.

Level

Second cycle

Main field of study

Industrial Management

Programme manager

Number of seats

25

Learning Outcomes

Profile - General Content

A combination of skills in economy, technology and leadership opens doors to exciting and advanced jobs in management and production.

Working as an engineer you often need to solve problems involving both technological and economical aspects. The Master of Science in Industrial Engineering program offers expertise in both these areas and the skills required to manage projects that span both technology and finance functions. You will get broad knowledge within science and engineering, while you reach a deeper knowledge in the area of industrial economics. You are trained to think and act as an engineer and learn how to solve problems in a structured way. Knowledge in business development, innovation and entrepreneurship offers an interesting profile.

Learning outcomes

In addition to the nationally regulated aims, the following aims apply to the education.
After completion of the education, you should
- successfully and with an overall view be able to work with the business-oriented implementation of engineering in a competitive, changeable, and international environment.
- show special ability to integrate entrepreneur - and innovation-oriented aspects of the company with an understanding of the technical side of a company's activities.
- show understanding for the importance of an efficient leadership in different forms of companies.
- be able to participate in the public debate around the concept sustainable social progress and be able to critically apply knowledge and ideas within this field in practical work.
- be able to model, analyse, solve and communicate multidisciplinary problems of technical, economical and organizational nature.

See also: Excerpt from the national and local Degree Ordinance

Application

It is no longer possible to sign up for this occasion.

Programme period

2012-September-03 until
2017-June-05

Mode of delivery

On campus (face-to-face), Day-time, full-time

Location

Karlskrona

Language of instruction

The teaching language is Swedish. However, the teaching could be carried out in English.

Level

Second cycle

Main field of study

Industrial Management

Programme manager

Number of seats

25

Structure

Mode of delivery

The education is built-up around a base block of two years and a specialisation block of four years. In the base block the student learns basic mathematics, natural sciences and economics and gets acquainted to the two engineering specialisations on the programme.

During year two, the student chooses specialisation for year three to five. There are two specialisations to choose between. One is mechanical engineering and sustainable product innovation, the other is applied IT. Both specialisations contain a continuation of basic mathematics and natural sciences and a combination of engineering and economics where the economics part is common to the specialisations.

Within the specialisation mechanical engineering and sustainable product innovation, the knowledge of the subjects of mechanical engineering is broadened, while the knowledge within sustainability and product innovation is deepened. Within the specialisation applied IT, the knowledge within the fields of software systems and telecommunication systems are broadened. Irrespective of chosen engineering specialisation, the economics part focuses on innovation, entrepreneurship and business development.

Apart from more general economics courses, the student will meet a broad supply of courses that connect both in theory and practice to BTH:s focus on innovation and entrepreneurship. We aim continuously to develop the cooperation with the industry so that the students during the education will obtain continuous contact with different companies.

The programme consists of compulsory courses and specialisation-oriented courses. The eligibility within the programme therefore consists of the student being able to choose one of two specialisations.

To summarise, the education consists of the following fields:

- Mathematics and Natural Sciences - 45 HE credits
- Technology - 120 HE credits
- Economics - 82.5 HE credits
- Other general courses - 22.5 HE credits
- Degree Project - 30 HE credits

There is also the possibility to take courses during an exchange semester at one of the foreign universities that Blekinge Institute of Technology has student exchange with.

NOTE! It is the start term of the course that is stated below. See each course to find out the actual length of the course.
 

Courses autumn semester 2012

Compulsory courses

Innovative and Sustainable Product Development, 7.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
In the course the student shall extend the own knowledge in mechanical applied subjects with knowledge of innovative product developing, project management, environmental/sustainable product development and integrated product development. In the course the student obtain knowledge in strategies, concepts and methods for product development and its origin as well as planning from proposed idea in outline construction stage to primary construction stage. The purpose of the course is also for the student to obtain basic tools for analysing different product alternatives from environmental, surroundings and customer demands.

Read all information about the course 'Innovative and Sustainable Product Development' (the link opens in a new window)
 
Linear Algebra, 7.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
During this course students will obtain basic knowledge of linear algebra required for technical education programmes.

Read all information about the course 'Linear Algebra' (the link opens in a new window)
 
Basic industrial management, 7.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
The aim of the course is that the students should obtain an introduction to industrial economics and a conception how its subareas hang together.

Read all information about the course 'Basic industrial management' (the link opens in a new window)
 
Calculus, 15 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
This course continues for more than one semester, this semster comprises 7,5 ECTS credits

During this course students will obtain basic knowledge of mathematical analysis and its applications with emphasis on technical problems.

Read all information about the course 'Calculus' (the link opens in a new window)
 

Courses autumn semester 2013

Compulsory courses

Initial Programming in Java, 7.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
The purpose of this course is to give a student without previous programming experience, an introduction to problem solving and Programming in the Java programming language.

Read all information about the course 'Initial Programming in Java' (the link opens in a new window)
 
Mathematics, second course, 7.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
During the course students will obtain basic knowledge of multivariable calculus and its applications in technical fields and natural sciences.

Read all information about the course 'Mathematics, second course' (the link opens in a new window)
 
Environmental strategy and sustainable development, 7.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
The purpose of this course is to provide general knowledge and to develop the student's ability to holistic approach to sustainable development.

Read all information about the course 'Environmental strategy and sustainable development' (the link opens in a new window)
 
Organisation and Management: Human Resource Management, 7.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
The aim of the course is for the student to acquire basic knowledge of and insights into the management of personnel in organizations. The student should develop general academic capabilities and scientific approach.

Read all information about the course 'Organisation and Management: Human Resource Management' (the link opens in a new window)
 

Courses spring semester 2014

Compulsory courses

Mechanics basic course, 7.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
Aim of the course is to give basic understanding for mechanics (static and particle dynamics) and the central role the subject has as a fundamental engineering subject as well as train the ability to perform calculations within the area. These skills are needed in subsequent applied technical courses.

Read all information about the course 'Mechanics basic course' (the link opens in a new window)
 
Electric Circuit Theory, 7.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
The purpose of the course is for the course participant to develop basic knowledge and skills in methods of analysing electric nets. Such knowledge and skills are necessary bases for further higher education within the within electrical engineering field and of professional work as engineer related to the fields electrical engineering and computer technology.

Read all information about the course 'Electric Circuit Theory' (the link opens in a new window)
 
History of technology and development of society, 7.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
The course aims to create understanding of the interplay between the technical / technological development and community development in a historical perspective, to impart an understanding of the interaction between technical, economic, social, ecological and political change in different historical eras and in different regions. The course also intends to problematize the technological development of a gender perspective and to create an understanding of technological and societal development and change in our time in the light of ancient technological and social conditions.

Read all information about the course 'History of technology and development of society' (the link opens in a new window)
 

Courses autumn semester 2014

Specialisation:

Compulsory courses

Mathematical Statistics, 7.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
The purpose of the course is to obtain knowledge in probability theory as well as statistical theory and methods. Emphasis lies in probability theory and stochastic processes with technical applications as a base for continued studies in telecommunications signal processing, mechanical engineering etc.

Read all information about the course 'Mathematical Statistics' (the link opens in a new window)
 

Specialisation:

Compulsory courses

Mathematical Statistics, 7.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
The purpose of the course is to obtain knowledge in probability theory as well as statistical theory and methods. Emphasis lies in probability theory and stochastic processes with technical applications as a base for continued studies in telecommunications signal processing, mechanical engineering etc.

Read all information about the course 'Mathematical Statistics' (the link opens in a new window)
 

Specialisation:

Compulsory courses

Wave Physics, 7.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
Course is that students will acquire basic knowledge of wave physics, and a cursory understanding of the substance of applications.

Read all information about the course 'Wave Physics' (the link opens in a new window)
 

Specialisation:

Compulsory courses

Wave Physics, 7.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
Course is that students will acquire basic knowledge of wave physics, and a cursory understanding of the substance of applications.

Read all information about the course 'Wave Physics' (the link opens in a new window)
 

Specialisation:

Compulsory courses

Computer aided Design and Drawing Standards, part 1, 7.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
During the course the student obtain knowledge of how modern systems for construction work and product development are used, moreover so when creating solid models and compilation of these. In the course the student also obtain basic knowledge in technical drawing and standards regarding this area.

Read all information about the course 'Computer aided Design and Drawing Standards, part 1' (the link opens in a new window)
 

Specialisation:

Compulsory courses

Signal Processing I, 7.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
The course aims at giving the students the theoretical fundamentals within modern digital signal processing and also at providing knowledge and insights into applied signal processing problems. The student will be well prepared for both signal processing within the industry and for continued studies in the subject. The course will mainly provide basic knowledge in signal- and system theory with the intention of providing the necessary mathematical tools for digital signal processing.

Read all information about the course 'Signal Processing I' (the link opens in a new window)
 

Courses spring semester 2015

Specialisation:

Compulsory courses

Specialisation:

Compulsory courses

Data Communications and Network Technololgies, 15 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
Syftet med kursen är att studenten skall utveckla grundläggande teoretiska och praktiska kunskaper om nätverk och hur dessa sätts samman. Studenten skall även lära sig olika nätverkstyper och olika typer av utrustning och protokoll som används i datornätverk. Studenterna skall också förvärva förståelse för olika metoder och protokoll för både små och stora lokala nätverk samt för enklare routade nätverk. Vidare skall studenten förvärva förståelse för protokoll och teknologier som används i olika typer av WAN (Wide Area Network).

Read all information about the course 'Data Communications and Network Technololgies' (the link opens in a new window)
 

Specialisation:

Compulsory courses

Solid Mechanics Basic Course, 7.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
The aim for the course is to train the students in using methods for determining limiting forces, moments and torques in mechanical systems and determine the corresponding stresses and deformations. At the same time also acquire knowledge about the basic theoretical background for the Solid Mechanics.

Read all information about the course 'Solid Mechanics Basic Course' (the link opens in a new window)
 
Manufacturing Technology, 7.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
Manufacturing technology, which is a very wide concept, focuses in the course on methods used in mechanical engineering industries. Aim is for the student to acquire a general manufacturing technology education that a mechanical engineer needs to estimate costs when participating in and controlling product development.

Read all information about the course 'Manufacturing Technology' (the link opens in a new window)
 
Material Science, 7.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
The course will yield a basic understanding for the mechanism that governs materials mechanical properties. During the course the student also obtains basic knowledge of different types of construction material. This knowledge will be needed in the following technical applied courses.

Read all information about the course 'Material Science' (the link opens in a new window)
 

Specialisation:

Compulsory courses

Software Design, 7.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
In order to produce software that meets right requirement for right cost within deadline and with right quality it is required to follow a controlled process and put time on early planning of software production (modelling and design).
In this course, the student is expected to acquire understanding of a development process for software and the basic activities and artefacts that are retrieved during the development process. In addition, the student is expected to acquire understanding of object-oriented modelling and design. This joins together in that the student is expected to demonstrate acquired knowledge by developing a smaller system.

Read all information about the course 'Software Design' (the link opens in a new window)
 

Courses autumn semester 2015

Compulsory courses

Database Techniques, 7.5 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
Within the area of Applied Information Technology, the design and development of data-based applications is a large field. An important component in these applications is the development of the actual database where aspects such as modelling and design, performance and answering times, as well as structured programming and extendibility are important components.
In this course the student receives a thorough walk-through of the subject, both theoretically and practically, which aims to render the student capable of independently understanding and learning the process to model and implement a database application.

Read all information about the course 'Database Techniques' (the link opens in a new window)
 
Entrepreneurship and the innovative firm, 7.5 ECTS credits, second cycle.
 
The students should:
  • acquire an understanding of entrepreneurship and
innovation theory,
  • have good understanding of innovation and
entrepreneurship patterns in different contexts,
  • acquire knowledge of relevant
information resources and dissemination
innovation,

Read all information about the course 'Entrepreneurship and the innovative firm' (the link opens in a new window)
 

Specialisation:

Compulsory courses

Entrepreneurship and the innovative firm, 7.5 ECTS credits, second cycle.
 
The students should:
  • acquire an understanding of entrepreneurship and
innovation theory,
  • have good understanding of innovation and
entrepreneurship patterns in different contexts,
  • acquire knowledge of relevant
information resources and dissemination
innovation,

Read all information about the course 'Entrepreneurship and the innovative firm' (the link opens in a new window)
 
Value Innovation, 7.5 ECTS credits, second cycle.
 
Value innovation is the simultaneous pursuit of differentiation and low cost. Value innovation focuses on making the competition irrelevant by creating a leap of value for buyers and for the company, thereby opening up new and uncontested market space. Because value to buyers comes from the offering's utility minus its price, and because value to the company is generated from the offering's price minus its cost, value innovation is achieved only when the whole system of utility, price and cost is aligned

The purpose of the course is to give the participants an understanding of how methods and tools to develop products, based on a value view, may be used. Participants will gain knowledge in project set-up, project charter, voice of the customer, value analysis, concept creation, verification and presentation.

The course is focused on carrying out a product development project with value focus. By carrying out real team based projects in a collaborative mode the student will have the chance to reflect upon acquired theoretical base and apply this in a real setting. The experience will render the student a good position to enter into the work life.

Read all information about the course 'Value Innovation' (the link opens in a new window)
 

Specialisation:

Compulsory courses

Specialisation:

Compulsory courses

Specialisation:

Compulsory courses

Specialisation:

Compulsory courses

Strategic Management towards Sustainability, 7.5 ECTS credits, second cycle.
 
The purpose of the Strategic Management for
Sustainability course is to provide technical and non-technical already advanced students with an overview of strategic management concepts and for students to apply a generic management system to an organization transitioning strategically towards sustainability. It is a response to the need to develop practical management tools and methodologies to realize a strategic organizational vision. This builds on the related overview content covered in Introduction to Strategic Leadership towards Sustainability.

Read all information about the course 'Strategic Management towards Sustainability' (the link opens in a new window)
 

Courses spring semester 2016

Compulsory courses

Management of Technology och Innovation, 7.5 ECTS credits, second cycle.
 
To enable students to understand technological management and innovation theory and knowledge of innovation processes and different strategy perspective.

Read all information about the course 'Management of Technology och Innovation' (the link opens in a new window)
 
Management of Technology and Innovation, 7.5 ECTS credits, second cycle.
 
To provide students with a fundamental understanding of the economics and management of innovation and technology, including their driving forces, and their role for the competitiveness of firms, industries, regions and nations from a cross-disciplinary perspective.

Read all information about the course 'Management of Technology and Innovation' (the link opens in a new window)
 

Specialisation:

Compulsory courses

Management of Technology and Innovation, 7.5 ECTS credits, second cycle.
 
To provide students with a fundamental understanding of the economics and management of innovation and technology, including their driving forces, and their role for the competitiveness of firms, industries, regions and nations from a cross-disciplinary perspective.

Read all information about the course 'Management of Technology and Innovation' (the link opens in a new window)
 

Specialisation:

Compulsory courses

Specialisation:

Compulsory courses

Project with System Design in group, 15 ECTS credits, first cycle.
 
To develop software makes great demands on technical skills. They need understanding and knowledge in designing architecture while still must have an understanding of various aspects of hardware related software development. One must also have knowledge of third party software and have the ability to integrate these with their own software.

In this course, the student get to use several of the abilities acquired during previous studies. The purpose of the course is to tie together this previous acquired knowledge in the context of a group project where a a software application will be developed. The course is structured, as closely as possible, to imitate a project that would normally be carried out out in the industry. Software development means to apply systematic, disciplined and measurable methods for development, usage and maintenance of software. In this course the student practise methods that support this engineering working approach. Software development groups also imposes requirements on the organisation, management, teamwork and verbal as well as written communication with colleagues, customers and other interested parties. As part of this course, the student is given the opportunity to further develop knowledge within these further softer pieces of the art to succeed with software development. Students develops abilities within software development to prepare for a profession within software development industry.

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Specialisation:

Compulsory courses

Open Innovation and Open Source, 7.5 ECTS credits, second cycle.
 
The objective is to introduce students to the idea of positive technological externalities and its role for innovation and growth. The course defines the scientific and technological boundaries of open source communities to define the economic value of technological open access goods.
The principles of the economic value of open source communities is developed from an understanding of key economic notions of externalities, increasing return, open-access and public goods. The objective is to
•map the value creation of open source communities through knowledge networks
• identify how those networks create increasing return, affecting positively the innovation rate.

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Specialisation:

Compulsory courses

Open Innovation and Open Source, 7.5 ECTS credits, second cycle.
 
The objective is to introduce students to the idea of positive technological externalities and its role for innovation and growth. The course defines the scientific and technological boundaries of open source communities to define the economic value of technological open access goods.
The principles of the economic value of open source communities is developed from an understanding of key economic notions of externalities, increasing return, open-access and public goods. The objective is to
•map the value creation of open source communities through knowledge networks
• identify how those networks create increasing return, affecting positively the innovation rate.

Read all information about the course 'Open Innovation and Open Source' (the link opens in a new window)
 

Specialisation:

Compulsory courses

Systems Engineering, 7.5 ECTS credits, second cycle.
 
Complex systems have many components – hardware, software, people, machinery, buildings, all of which interact – and many stakeholders with requirements to be met. The essence of systems engineering is that it combines technical, interpersonal and managerial knowledge and skills. The student will create an understanding for the principles, tools and techniques of a multi-functional approach to increasingly complex systems planning. The course will explore the processes of design, development, implementation and management of multi-functional team-based projects. Case studies will provide a practical context.

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Courses autumn semester 2016

Compulsory courses

Extreme Product-Service Innovation, 15 ECTS credits, second cycle.
 
The purpose of the course is for the students to gain an understanding of how different solutions are developed within industry today through applying and integrating knowledge necessary for future product-service innovation. Participants will gain knowledge in project management, creative concept development, systems thinking for sustainability and technological solutions.

The course is focused on carrying out a product-service system innovation project with sustainability and innovation focus. The objective of the course is to acquire, apply and integrate knowledge central to the development of sustainable PSS innovations, in close collaboration with industry and society. By carrying out real team based projects the student will have the chance to reflect upon acquired theoretical base and apply this in a real setting. The experience will render the student a good position to enter into the work life.

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Specialisation:

Compulsory courses

User-Centered Marketing and Innovation, 7.5 ECTS credits, second cycle.
 
The following generic skills are trained in the course:
  • Analyzing markets through an examination of data.
  • Communicating, through market-based writing and verbal presentation.


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Specialisation:

Compulsory courses

User-Centered Marketing and Innovation, 7.5 ECTS credits, second cycle.
 
The following generic skills are trained in the course:
  • Analyzing markets through an examination of data.
  • Communicating, through market-based writing and verbal presentation.


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Specialisation:

Compulsory courses

Specialisation:

Compulsory courses

Specialisation:

Compulsory courses

Written Work

The programme is completed with a written degree project equivalent to 30 HE credits.

International element

Students on the programme are encouraged to study 1 semester abroad.

The studies abroad can either be carried out at some of our partner universities or at other appropriate universities.

Read about study abroad

Job Profiles

Both in Sweden and abroad, there is a large need of graduated students with a Master of Science in Industrial Management and Engineering . Industry and society need engineers with a technical background that can develop the business within the services - and product-developing companies and organisations.
Industrial economics is the broadest engineering programme. The width of the education gives you very good preconditions for work as for example project manager, consultant or business developer, either as employed or as an entrepreneur. The education takes place in a partly international environment and can thereby prepare for work both in Sweden and abroad.

Further Studies

At BTH, the following third-cycle programme is open for students with a higher education qualification from this programme: Mechanical Engineering. Industrial Economics

Programme Advisory Board

The programme has a Programme Council that has the assignment of ensuring the usability of the education on and for the labour market.

The Programme Council consists of students, alumni, external representatives and teachers and representatives of the main field of study.

The Programme Council meets 2 times a year.

Contact for the Programme Council is: Stefan Sjödahl.

Application

It is no longer possible to sign up for this occasion.

Programme period

2012-September-03 until
2017-June-05

Mode of delivery

On campus (face-to-face), Day-time, full-time

Location

Karlskrona

Language of instruction

The teaching language is Swedish. However, the teaching could be carried out in English.

Level

Second cycle

Main field of study

Industrial Management

Programme manager

Number of seats

25

Examination

Qualification Awarded

The education leads up to a higher education qualification for second-cycle studies, with the description Master of Science in Industrial Management and Engineering.

Assessment and grading

Assessment and examination vary between different courses in the programme. See information for respective course in the programme.

Programme Evaluations

Alumni


Students coming from Industrial Management often work with different kinds of business developments in the boundaries between technology, management and economics. Students from Industrial Management are often hired by consultant companies and are regarded as excellent problem solvers by the industry.

Application

It is no longer possible to sign up for this occasion.

Programme period

2012-September-03 until
2017-June-05

Mode of delivery

On campus (face-to-face), Day-time, full-time

Location

Karlskrona

Language of instruction

The teaching language is Swedish. However, the teaching could be carried out in English.

Level

Second cycle

Main field of study

Industrial Management

Programme manager

Number of seats

25

 

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