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Behind the click with which we purchase a good or service online lies enormous complexity, involving diverse activities--from design to production, sales to distribution--performed by different companies and organizations scattered around the world. A high degree of flexibility of thought and action is increasingly required to meet the daily challenges of change and innovation. The management engineer is confronted with this changing economic-industrial fabric. 

Big multinationals-from Amazon to FCA, from Yoox to Tesla-and Made in Italy companies are united by the need to combine production and information.

The Bachelor of Science in Management Engineering offers a multidisciplinary approach that places the most relevant aspects of information technology alongside engineering and management components. 

Learning ranges from classroom training to practical activities, from laboratories to exercises.

What will you study

The degree program is divided into learning areas closely related to the objectives:

  1. basic learning, which provides skills in mathematics, physics, chemistry and computer science
  2. engineering-technical learning, which provides specific skills in industrial and information engineering
  3. economic-managerial learning, which provides skills to undertake decision-making and organizational activities.

The training course is unique and is structured as follows:

  • the first year is devoted to the basic teachings common to engineering degrees (mathematics, physics, chemistry and computer science) and to the acquisition of the first economic-management tools
  • at the second year the completion of basic subjects and teachings of economic-managerial and technical-engineering nature, within the industrial and information sectors
  • are planned
  • the third year is aimed at the more applied disciplines and focuses on the refinement of technical-engineering and economic-managerial skills.

The course finally promotes the conduct of study abroad.

After graduation

The objective of the pathway is to train a graduate who can indifferently further his or her education with a master's degree in management or information or place himself or herself directly in a work context where basic management and process knowledge and computer skills to support business management with data collection, storage and extraction tools are required.


Who is it?

He is a professional figure capable of

  • develop management systems for small and medium-sized enterprises
  • use information technology techniques for inter-enterprise cooperation
  • solve industrial process/service management problems, with regard to interdependencies with administrative and management activities.

To achieve a higher degree of autonomy and responsibility, he or she may acquire additional skills through further education, particularly through a master's degree.

After passing the state examination, in accordance with current regulations, the management graduate may engage in freelance practice.

What does he/she do?

The main functional areas in which he or she works are:

  • business administration and management control
  • new product development
  • process innovation and innovation management
  • production management
  • logistics chain management
  • marketing and sales

Within these areas, the graduate may carry out alone or in work groups activities of:

  • analysis of costs and performance of individual employees
  • coordination of work teams
  • management control and planning
  • planning and monitoring of innovative projects
  • planning and restructuring of business sectors or departments
  • analysis of the cost-effectiveness of various investment or financing opportunities for the enterprise
  • study and monitoring of the enterprise's supply and outlet markets
  • design and management of production processes and integrated logistics systems
  • material procurement and choices of outsourcing
  • design and management of information flows and integrated information systems
  • reengineering of intra- and inter-organizational processes.

Depending on the size of the organization may work independently or predominantly in support of the functional area manager.

Where does he/she work?

The employment outlets are classic engineering ones: industry, public and private entities, consulting.

The management engineering graduate easily finds employment in both large companies and small and medium-sized companies operating:

  • in the manufacturing industry
  • in plant engineering
  • in transportation and logistics
  • in the service and consulting sector
  • in all sectors of public administration
  • .