This course, Introduction to Chemical Engineering, seeks to teach first semester students how to identify, explain and put into practice basic concepts of Chemical Engineering and concepts common to all Engineering programs. Students must distinguish between Chemical Engineering and other Engineering branches. Students must develop basic skills in communication, teamwork and assessment. The course seeks to have students identify, interpret, fulfill and recognize their rights and responsibilities as students of the Universidad de los Andes. Students must identify services offered by the university and use them properly.
Delgado Zambrano Luis
The course initiates with an overview of standard enterprise information systems for administrative support (General Ledger, Payroll, Inventory, Invoicing, etc.), as well as some typical business processes (order-to-cash, procurement-to-pay, etc.). Then, some important concepts are studied to acquire a good understanding of Enterprise’s Vision, Mission, Strategy, Value chain, Competitive forces, etc., which serve as framework to conceive and justify useful projects of Enterprise information systems. A practical project is developed with an ERP system. Finally, principles of change management are introduced, to deal with the deployment of Enterprise Information Systems.
Gonzalez Barrios Andres