The bachelorship in Production Technology has been adjusted according to results from an assessment performed on its former curriculum after eight years of implementation.
Adjustments were made regarding the subjects contained in the curriculum: some subjects were replaced, others had their contents modified, and others suffered a name change. The adjustments led to the corresponding clock and credit hours being revised.
Based on an analysis of the local context, the goal of the program is to train professionals to interpret problems that arise in companies linked to the country’s productive activities, and aid efficiently in their solution; as well as to contribute in the production of goods and services.
Production Technologists are qualified to interpret the problems that arise in companies linked to the country’s productive activities, and aid efficiently in their solution. They can fill positions related to their field of knowledge and the professional abilities they received training for within this program.
Graduates of this program are capable of planning and controlling production processes; determining optimal allocation for materials, equipment, and workforce; establishing adequate systems for quality control, quality costs, production costs, maintenance, and industrial safety; participating in the formulation and assessment of investment projects; managing production and sale areas; and leading or advising small and medium-sized companies that offer goods and services.
In addition, they can analyze, interpret, and solve technical/managerial problems related to the production of goods and services, with the main goal of optimizing processes and maximizing profit.
Upon completion of the program, graduates will be able to:
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