Once all the credits of the curriculum have been obtained, the student must presents to a university court, an original exercise carried out individually. This consists on a Industrial Engineering nature project where the acquired competences are synthesized.
By the end of this subject, students will be able to have:
1. Advanced knowledge and deep understanding of the principles used in engineering, including cutting-edge techniques, technologies and methods in their field.
2. The ability to solve engineering problems through an analysis, modeling and design process (including problems outside standard guidelines).
3. The ability to develop and carry out the technological management of industrial engineering projects, including safety specifications and restrictions, as well as social, environmental and commercial aspects.
4. The ability to design and carry out research based on analysis, modeling and experimentation.
5. The ability to to apply their knowledge and understanding to solve problems, conduct research, design devices and define processes in the field of industrial engineering.
6. The generic capabilities necessary for engineering practice, and which are broadly applicable.