To train professionals with the skills and abilities for the management, design and development of projects for the automation of industrial processes, with particular emphasis on modern planning, design, implementation, operation and control techniques of automated production systems.
The program has quality professors out of which 80% of them have completed their Doctoral Degrees There are also 17 new laboratories and a learning room where engineers can develop multidisciplinary industrial applications using specialized software. In addition, students will have access to the School's research groups, among which their main support for their projects will be the Research Group on Automation and Production (GIAP).
This program lasts 300 hours, in courses of 30 hours each, divided in to three semesters, with classes on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, once a month. In total, there will be 11 obligatory courses and a thesis project.
The alumni will have the ability to manage, design and develop project for the automation of industrial processes, with particular emphasis on modern planning design, implementation, operation and control techniques of automated production systems.