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Bachelor's Degree in Electromechanical Engineering (Industrial Engineering Program 2010)

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In order to explore the programs being offered for 2017-18 follow the link: Industrial Engineering

 

The Industrial Engineering Program (2010 plan) continues the tradition of over 100 years of the ICAI School of Engineering, adapting to a society in which internationalization, and communication and leadership skills are indispensable for achieving professional success. It combines general training that is applicable to many industrial and business sectors with specific knowledge of this specialist area, and all through a practice-based program in which students play a leading role.

MII programa IEM

The program combines the official titles of Bachelor's Degree in Electromechanical Engineering and Master's Degree in Industrial Engineering. Students who complete it can register with the ICAI's National Engineers Association and work in the legally regulated profession of Industrial Engineering.

The total duration of the studies is six years, the first four connected formally with the Bachelor's and Diploma studies, and the last two with the Master's Degree. All students on the program who obtain the minimum performance required by the academic regulations will have a guaranteed place on the Master's Degree.

Comprehensive training and internationalization are two of the program's distinctive characteristics. Our students complete their studies with the Diploma in Professional Skills and the Diploma in Professional Skills and the Diploma in Communicative Skills and the Foreign Languages Studies. Also, students who fulfill the requirements set out in the academic regulations can pursue part of their studies abroad.

In addition to the Master's Degree in Industrial Engineering, our students will have the opportunity to study a double degree taking on another Comillas MA, or one from a foreign university with which Comillas has established a double-degree partnership. The full offer is as follows:

  • Official Master's Degree in Industrial Engineering (MII)
  • Official Master's Degree in Industrial Engineering and MBA (MII-MBA)
  • Official Master's Degree in Industrial Engineering and Master's Degree in the Electric Power Industry (MII-MEPI)
  • Official Master's Degree in Industrial Engineering and Official Master's Degree in Railway Systems (MII-MSF)
  • Official Master's Degree in Industrial Engineering and Master's Degree in Research in Engineering Systems Modeling (MII-MRE)
  • Official Master's Degree in Industrial Engineering and a Master's Degree from a Foreign University (see double degree)

Candidates can apply for admission to the Program with the International Path option. Those admitted to this option will have a premium when choosing international exchange destinations and preference for accessing double degree programs with foreign universities.

  1. Admission information
  2. Career & academic prospects
  3. Curriculum
  4. Academic regulations
  5. Skills
  6. Location
  7. Faculty

Industrial Engineering Program Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering

  • Duration: four years for the Bachelor's Degree plus two years for the Master's Degree
  • New places available: 250
  • Open days:

    Saturday March 1, 2014 at 10:00 at Alberto Aguilera, 25.
  • Economic information (Per academic year, Bachelor):

    Years 2, 3, and 4 (Bachelor's Degree in Electromechanical Engineering and Diplomas)
    *Tuition: €1,449.00 plus nine monthly installments of €1,081.95 each.
    Students who choose the International Path
    *Tuition:Tuition: €1,449.00 plus nine monthly installments of €1,150.95 each.
    Information about study grants
  • Economic information (Master's Degree): Years 5 and 6 (Master's Degree in Industrial Engineering)

    Students on this program will benefit from a 10% reduction in the cost of the Master's Degree. The resulting fees are:
    *Course fees: €1,701.54 plus nine monthly installments of €1,283.58 each.
  • Timetable:

    This course requires full-time dedication to study.
    Years 2, 4, and 5 are delivered in the mornings.
    Years 3 and 6 are delivered in the afternoon.
    The Diploma courses are delivered from 12:30 to 14:30 or from 15:00 to 16:00.
  • Information points:

    Information and Student Reception Office
    C/ Alberto Aguilera, 21 - 28015 Madrid
    Tel.: +34 91 540 61 32
    Fax: +34 91 559 65 69
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    Office hours: Monday to Friday, 9:00 to 13:30 and Monday to Thursday 15:30 to 20:00
  • Profile:

    It is recommended that candidates have taken the Science and Technology specialization of the Spanish Bachillerato [pre-university education] , including modules in math, physics, technical drawing, and chemistry to facilitate their adaptation to the degree-level studies. Likewise, the Advanced Vocational Training Programs families for accessing this Bachelor's Degree are Electricity and Electronics, and Machine Manufacture.

    The main personal and academic characteristics that comprise the profile of admitted students are:

 • Interest in scientific and technical knowledge.

 • Calculus and logical reasoning for problem solving skills.

 • Ability to learn, capacity for work, and predisposition for organization.

 • Capacity to analyze and synthesize information.

 • Responsibility when carrying out individual tasks and team working skills.

 • Predisposition to practical application of concepts and knowledge. 

  • Admission requirements:

    Spanish Bachillerato [pre-university education] (or equivalent studies) and University Admission Exam, both completed in the ordinary May-June examination period.

    Students from foreign education systems:
    University Admission Exam [PAU] for Foreigners, except for students who have studied under education systems in EU countries or countries which have agreements with Spain in this regard and who fulfill the academic requirements in their home education systems for access to university. For more information on entry requirements for this group of students or on how the PAU is organized for foreign students, consult the website of 'UNED'

 



Graduate´s Profile

The multidisciplinary and inclusive training of industrial engineers has made them the most sought after and professionally successful engineers in Spain. This program combines traditional training of industrial engineers with multidisciplinary training to prepare our students for leadership roles in international settings. Because of this, engineers from Comillas ICAI quickly find quality work. Our engineers work in businesses in industry and in other sectors, attaining positions of responsibility in some of the leading multinational companies in our field.

 

Career prospects

ICAI Electromechanical Engineers are professionals that lead projects in the areas of National and International Industry, taking on responsabilities and qualifying for leadership positions gained with skills from their multidisciplinary education in technology and systems integration. Some of the career prospects are:

- Business Management: directing large companies, technical departments, etc.

- Projects: site management, industrial projects, consultation, R&D&i, etc.

- Others: risk analysis, energy markets, etc.

 

 

  • Structure:

    The Industrial Engineering Program Programinvolves completing the official Bachelor's Degree in Electromechanical Engineering and the Official Master's Degree in Industrial Engineering, and the Comillas qualifications of Diploma in Professional Skills and Diploma in Communication Skills and Foreign Language Studies. The timescale envisaged for completing the program is six years.


    The first four years end with the student obtaining the Bachelor's Degree in Electromechanical Engineering and the two diplomas. The Bachelor's Degree offers three specializations: Mechanical, Electrical and Electronic Industrial. The first two years are common to all three specializations, allowing students to choose once they have passed the third year.


    Students who obtain a Bachelor's Degree from our School with the performance demanded by the academic regulations will access the Official Master's Degree in Industrial Engineering. The period envisaged for completing the Master's Degree is two years.


    In addition to the Bachelor's Degrees, Comillas ICAI provides two compulsory Diplomas with the aim of offering distinctive qualification programs, tailored to the needs of the labor market.

  • Timetable
    2ºA IEM
    3º A IEM3º B IEM3º C IEM3º D IEM3º E IEM
    4º A IEM4º B IEM4º C IEM4º D IEM
    Academic Calendar Comillas Pontifical University 2016/17
    Academic Calendar ICAI 2016/17

  • Credits:
    240 ECTS Bachelor's Degree + 120 ECTS Master's Degree

  • Curriculum

 

GENERAL COMPETENCES

  • GC1. Capacity to draft, sign, and develop new projects in the area of industrial engineering that, in accordance with the knowledge acquired in the area of specialization (Mechanical, Electrical, or Industrial Electronic) according to what is set out in section 5 of order CIN/351/2009, of 9 February, have the aim of construction, alteration, repair, conservation, demolition, manufacturing, installation, assembly, or working of: structures, mechanical equipment, energy facilities, electrical and electronic installations, industrial installations and plants, and manufacturing and automation processes.
  • GC2. The capacity to manage the projects that are the subject of the engineering projects described in competence CG1.
  • GC3. Knowledge of core matters and technologies to enable them learn new methods and theories and provide them with versatility to adapt to new situations.
  • GC4. Problem solving with initiative, decisions making, creativity, critical reasoning, and communication and knowledge transfer abilities and skills in the field of industrial engineering.
  • GC5. Knowledge of carrying out measurements, calculations, evaluations, appraisals, expert assessments, reports, work plans, and other analogous tasks.
  • GC6. Ability to handle specifications, regulations and binding rules.
  • GC7. Capacity to analyze and evaluate the social and environmental impact of technical solutions.
  • GC8. Capacity to apply quality principles and methods.
  • GC9. Organization and planning capacities in the area of business and other institutions and organizations.
  • GC10. Capacity to work in a multilingual and multidisciplinary setting.
  • GC11. Knowledge and understanding of and capacity to apply the necessary legislation while exercising the profession of Industrial Technical Engineer.

COMMON COMPETENCES OF THE INDUSTRIAL BRANCH

  • CIB1. Knowledge of applied thermodynamics and heat transfer. Basic principles of and applying them to solving engineering problems.
  • CIB2. Knowledge of the basic principles of fluid mechanics and applying them to solving problems in the field of engineering. Calculation of tubes, channels and fluid systems.
  • CIB3. Knowledge of the scientific, technological, and chemical bases of materials. Understand the relationship between the microstructure, synthesis or processing and the properties of materials.
  • CIB4. Knowledge and use of the principles of circuit theory and electrical machinery.
  • CIB5. Knowledge of the bases of electronics.
  • CIB6. Knowledge of the bases of automatisms and control methods.
  • CIB7. Knowledge of the theoretical principles of machines and mechanisms.
  • CIB8. Knowledge and use of the principles of materials resistance.
  • CIB9. Basic knowledge of production and manufacturing systems.
  • CIB10. Basic knowledge and application of of environmental technologies and sustainability.
  • CIB11. Applied knowledge of business organization.
  • CIB12. Knowledge and capacities to organize and manage projects. Knowledge of the organizational structure and functions of a project office.

SPECIFIC COMPETENCES (SPECIALIZATION)

MECHANICAL SPECIALIZATION

  • SCM1. Knowledge and capacities required to apply graphic engineering techniques.
  • SCM2. Knowledge and capacities required for calculating, designing, and testing of machines.
  • SCM3. Applied knowledge of thermal engineering.
  • SCM4. Knowledge and capacities required to apply the fundamentals of elasticity and resistance of materials to the behavior of real solids.
  • SCM5. Knowledge and capacities required to calculate and design structures and industrial constructions.
  • SCM6. Applied knowledge of the fundamentals of fluid mechanical systems and machines.
  • SCM7. Knowledge and capacities required to apply materials engineering.
  • SCM8. Applied knowledge of systems and processes in manufacturing, metrology, and quality control.

ELECTRICAL SPECIALIZATION

  • SCE1. Capacity to calculate and design electrical machines.
  • SCE2. Knowledge of control of machinery and electrical drives and their applications.
  • SCE3. Capacities required for the calculation and design of low and medium voltage electrical installations.
  • SCE4. Capacities required for the calculation and design of high voltage electrical installations.
  • SCE5. Capacities required for the calculation and design of electrical lines and the transport of electrical energy.
  • SCE6. Knowledge of electrical power systems and their applications.
  • SCE7. Applied knowledge of power electronics.
  • SCE8. Knowledge of the principles of automatic control systems and their applications to industrial automation.
  • SCE9. Capacity to design power stations.
  • SCE10. Applied knowledge of renewable sources of energy.

INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONIC SPECIALIZATION

  • SCN1. Applied electrotechnics knowledge.
  • SCN2. Knowledge of the fundamentals and applications of analog electronics.
  • SCN3. Knowledge of the fundamentals and applications of digital electronics and microprocessors.
  • SCN4. Applied knowledge of power electronics.
  • SCN5. Applied knowledge of electronic instrumentation.
  • SCN6. Capacity to design analog, digital electronic systems and electronic power systems.
  • SCN7. Knowledge and capacity required for modeling and simulating systems.
  • SCN8. Knowledge of automatic regulation and control techniques and the application to industrial automation.
  • SCN9. Knowledge of the principles and applications of robot systems.
  • SCN10. Applied knowledge of industrial computing and communications.
  • SCN11. Capacity to design industrial control and automation systems.



Main Campus Alberto Aguilera, 23

Location: 
c/Alberto Aguilera, 23
28015 Madrid
Tel.:+34 91 542 28 00 Telefax:+34 91 559 65 69 
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Transport: (Details)

Subway:
Argüelles (Lines 3, 4 and 6); 
San Bernardo (Lines 2 and 4) y 
Ventura Rodriguez (Line 3)

Buses (emt):
Lines 1, 2, 21, 44, 133, 202 and C.

 

List of lecturers for the degree

Abanades Sánchez, Alberto
Alonso Rivas, Eduardo
Amo Usanos, Rafael
Arenas Pinilla, Eva María
Arrieta Dillon, Marina Patricia
Asenjo Vegue, Sergio Luis
Azañón Montero, Alberto
Ballesteros Iglesias, María Yolanda
Barrado Sánchez, Alberto Carlos
Barrera Moreno, Germán
Batlle López, Carlos
Becerra García, José Luis
Benedicto Córdoba, Marcos
Bermejo Alonso, Julita
Campos Fernández, Francisco Alberto
Cantizano González, Alexis
Carnicero López, Alberto
Casatejada Herrera, Pedro
Ceballos Amandi, José Ángel
Centeno Hernáez, Efraim
Cerantola , Nicola
Chamochín Escribano, Raquel
Cía Blasco, Javier
Cledera Castro, María del Mar
Coggins , Matthew Edward
Cogollor Delgado, Jose María
Coloma Castaño, Raquel
Conchado Rodríguez, Adela
Cucala García, María Asunción
Cuesta Pelayo, Iñigo
de Cuadra García, Fernando
del Real Romero, Juan Carlos
Díaz Casado, Andrés Diego
Díaz Pampín, Francisco Javier
Díez Maroto, Luis
Domingo Gil, Carlos
Echavarren Cerezo, Francisco
Egido Cortés, Ignacio
Espinosa Bustillo, Miguel Ángel
Esteban Rayo, Andrés
Fernández Alonso, Daniel
Fernández Bernal, Fidel
Fernández Magéster, Gerardo
Fernández Menéndez, Félix
Fernández Sánchez, Alfonso Marín
Fernández Vázquez del Mercado, Francisco
Fernández-Daza Mijares, Francisco de Asís
Fraiz Cosano, David
Frías Marín, Pablo
Froc , Violaine
García Cerrada, Aurelio
García González, Javier
García González, Pablo
García Iglesias, José Miguel
García Mourelo, Santiago
Giannetti , Romano
Gil Ambite, José Carlos
González Elías, Antonio
Grossmann , Matthias
Guy , Jean Philippe
Haas , Anita Elfriede Paulin
Herrero Fuerte, Javier
Herrero Palomino, Marta
Hubbard , Glenn Donald
Huélamo Martínez, Eusebio
Hueso Kortekaas, Catalina
Jiménez Calzado, Mariano
Jiménez Casas, Angela
Jiménez Octavio, Jesús Ramón
Ladeveze Piñol, Luis Fernando
Lizón Martínez, Santiago
López López, Álvaro Jesús
Lorente Pedreille, Raquel María
Magistrali , Danilo
Manini Gumz, Javier
Maroto Carro, Juan Carlos
Martín Herrera, Francisco Javier
Martín Martínez, Francisco María
Martínez Pantoja, Bienvenido
Maté Jiménez, Carlos
McGuinness , Julie
Menéndez Sánchez, José María
Mochón Castro, Luis Manuel
Morales Polo, Carlos
Munilla López, Javier
Nieto Fuentes, José
Nieto Fuentes, Francisco
Norverto Moriñigo, Juan
Ochoa Giménez, Miguel
Olivas Varela, José Angel
Ortiz Marcos, Susana
Padierna Díaz, Álvaro
Palencia Ruiz, Laura
Paz Jiménez, Eva
Ponce Cintas, Francisco Javier
Poveda García-Noblejas, Fernando
Prada Nogueira, Isaac
Prieto Fernández, Leopoldo
Puente Águeda, Cristina
Ramírez Santa-Pau, Federico
Rayado Guerrero, Luis
Rebollo Rico, Ignacio
Rivier Abbad, Michel Luis
Rodilla Rodríguez, Pablo
Rodríguez Argente del Castillo, José
Rodríguez Herrerías, Pablo
Rodríguez Mondéjar, José Antonio
Rodríguez Montes, Julián
Rodríguez Pecharromán, Ramón
Rodríguez-Morcillo García, Carlos
Romero Mora, José Carlos
Rouco Rodríguez, Luis
Sáenz Nuño, María Ana
Sánchez Carazo, María Teresa
Sánchez Martín, Pedro
Sánchez Miralles, Álvaro
Santamaría Codesal, Jorge
Sanz Fernández, Iñigo
Sanz Peinado, Alejandro
Serrano Alonso, Carmen
Sierra Alarcón, Francisco Javier
Sigrist , Lukas
Simón Muela, Adán
Soler Soneira, David
Szczerbik , Carrie Ellen
Tato Ribera, Cristina
Tejada Arango, Diego Alejandro
Tejero Yagüe, Miguel
Urretavizcaya González, José María
Vázquez Bravo, Oswaldo
Villacañas Palomo, José Antonio
Villalba Rosa, Francisco José
Villanueva Pesqueira, Manuel
Wilkinson , Ruth Gillian
Zabalegui Sanz, Fermín
Zafra Palacios, Manuel Luis
Zamora Macho, Juan Luis