Because studying at a university campus - such as the one at Savona - means being able to take advantage of the opportunities of continuous, multi-level interaction with faculty and students from different backgrounds and with different cultural sensibilities. Because it is an important time to grasp the increasing complexity of organizations that must combine effectiveness and efficiency.
Because the multidisciplinary approach offers the opportunity to understand the specificity of each area of the enterprise and to be an actor in each of its areas. The rigor of quantitative approaches makes it possible to identify the best answer to given problems, while the vision of socio-economic sciences allows comparison with the complexity of organizations and enables the problem to be defined.
The training aims to provide both basic training consisting of modeling and quantitative analysis tools and training aimed at managing innovation and change.
The teachings that fall under the basic training provide the modeling and quantitative analysis tools; the acquisition of knowledge and the development of understanding skills associated with them enable graduates to develop and apply original proposals in the area of engineering management.
The following fall into this first group:
- Identification and Estimation
- Information and Security Technologies
- Business Intelligence
- Models and Methods for Optimization and Control
- Methods of Planning for Transportation and Logistics
- Game Theory
Training activities aimed at management of innovation and change enable students to develop and apply original advanced-level proposals in the area of management engineering and to analyze and solve problems in new and emerging contexts, recognizing the importance of constraints and socio-economic implications.
The following fall into this second group:
- Methods for Corporate Finance + Financial Engineering .
- Management Control Systems + Industrial Marketing
- Industrial Plants 2 + Industrial Plant Management 2
- Economics and Management + Innovation and Project Management
- Planning Strategies and Systems
- Operations Management
- Economics of Innovation
- Technology and Entrepreneurship
The management engineering graduate.
Who is it?
The management engineer is a professional who combines technology and design skills, typical of the traditional engineer, with economic, management and organizational skills.
What does he/she do?
He is an engineer capable of designing and managing production and logistics systems, organizing and managing an enterprise, conducting economic and financial analysis, implementing and developing management control, and planning and managing large projects.
Where does he/she work?
Typical professional fields are basic and applied research, innovation and development in the areas of production, advanced design, planning and programming, and management of complex systems, both in the freelance profession and in manufacturing or service enterprises as well as in public administrations.