Completion, presentation and defense, once all the credits of the study plan have been obtained, of an original exercise, carried out individually to be presented to a university panel, consisting of an integral project in Structural Engineering of Industrial Constructions of professional nature in which the competences acquired in the course are synthesized.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
1. Demonstrate advanced knowledge and understanding of the principles used in engineering, including state-of-the-art techniques, technologies and methods in their field.
2. Solve engineering problems through a process of analysis, modeling, and design, with an ability to solve problems outside of standard guidelines, or incompletely defined, or in new and emerging areas of industrial engineering.
3. Develop and perform the technological management of industrial engineering projects, including specifications and safety constraints, as well as social, environmental and commercial constraints.
4. Design and carry out research based on analysis, modeling and experimentation.
5. Apply their knowledge and understanding to develop the ability to solve problems, conduct investigations, design devices and define processes in
research, design devices and define processes in the field of industrial engineering.
6. Demonstrate the generic skills necessary for engineering practice, and which are applicable to.