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Bachelor's in Industrial Engineering

The Industrial Engineering Bachelor’s program focuses on educating professionals to analyze and enhance organizational systems. This includes evaluating production and supply chains, service provision, distribution, and marketing. The curriculum emphasizes studying the feasibility of projects and ensuring quality through creativity, innovation, work ethic, and sustainability.

Why study a Bachelor's Degree in Industrial Engineering at Laramie University?

Bachelor's Degree

in Industrial Engineering Curriculum

Digital Skills
Advanced Algebra
General Chemistry
Fundamentals of Industrial Engineering

Oral and Written Communication
Electricity and Magnetism
Engineering Drawing and Design

Sustainability Culture
Differential and Integral Calculus
Continuous Improvement Systems
Materials Engineering

Emotional Education and Social Skills
Vector Calculus
Quality Systems
Methods Engineering

Research Methodology
Differential Equations
Continuous Improvement in Production and Services
Design of Industrial Manufacturing Facilities

Financial Education
Production Planning and Control
Transformation Project
Manufacturing Processs

Leadership and Team Management
Supply Chain
Decision Analysis and Project Evaluation
Operations Research

Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Industrial Safety and Occupational Health
Management of Productive Projects

Professional Ethics
Advanced Quality
Simulation Technology

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Admission Profile

The applicant seeking admission should have completed their high school studies and possess the following qualities:

Robotic Arm modern industrial technology. Industrial robots production

• Arithmetic, Algebra, Probability, and Statistics

• Structure of the Spanish language, including grammatical categories, spelling rules, semantic relationships, and textual logic

• Methods and techniques for documentary research and information processing

• Comprehending written texts

• Creatively executing analytical, reflective, critical, and divergent thinking

• Planning the execution of tasks

• Problem-solving and decision-making

• Communicating and expressing ideas clearly, both orally and in writing

• Using Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) as tools for research, collaboration, and self-learning

• Managing and self-regulating their time and resources for learning

• Reinforcing learning through the use of didactic supports

• Active listening

• Discipline

• Responsibility

• Commitment

• Resilience

• Emotional intelligence

• Self-study

• Teamwork

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