Among the challenges that organizations offer, they are currently focused on generating strategic partners, increasing competitiveness, impacting on costs and market demands; as well as responding to complex and unexpected problems.
For this reason, the Master's program in Engineering with a specialty in Quality and Productivity Systems is justified, responding to the needs of the environment, contributing to efficiency in the areas of supply chain, quality, continuous improvement and engineering management.
In addition, this program trains professionals to find more optimal systems with an increase in productivity, considering sustainability aspects from a global, integrative and collaborative perspective.Addressed toProfessionals in engineering or undergraduate areas, with knowledge of probability, statistics, and operations research.objectiveThe Master's Degree in Engineering with a specialty in Quality and Productivity Systems aims at training, at the level of excellence, of those professionals who have the responsibility of designing and implementing systems that integrate human, administrative and technological elements; Based on the principles of total quality, productivity and optimization, engineering and statistics.Benefits of studying this programFlexibility to study without stopping work.
Personal tracking of the teaching team.
Multicultural environment and use of cutting-edge technology.
The Tecnológico de Monterrey has accreditations such as: SACS, CIEES, and SEP.CurriculumThe time in which the student completes the postgraduate course will depend on the number of subjects taken per academic period. In a semester master's degree it is recommended to take 2 subjects per period and 1 subject in summer.
Each subject represents 12 hours of academic work per week. Since this master's degree offers an interdisciplinary program, it is required to have prior skills and knowledge in probability, statistics, and operations management.
In addition, this master's degree gives you the option of taking the Black Belt Six Sigma Certification, offered in conjunction with Arizona State University.Period: Half-yearly
Start: February and August
Number of subjects: 10 subjects
Duration: 2 years ** Suggested duration according to the academic curriculum
Stamp Courses (choose one)Leadership for business innovation
Leadership for sustainable developmentBasic courses (choose two)Statistical methods
Optimization methods for decision making
Process control systemsFoundation coursesProduction engineering
Supply chain management
Quality and competitivenessSpecialty coursesOptional I - IIIResearch courseResearch and innovation methodsSubjects that accredit the optional coursesQuality in the innovation of products, processes and services
Strategic planning of technological innovation
Quality in the service
Participatory processes for decision making
Analysis and design of slender systems
Supply chain design
Modeling and analysis of manufacturing systems
Design for Six Sigma
Quality management systems ISO: 9000
Measuring competitiveness and sustainability
Management for the lean operationMaterials for the Black Belt Six Sigma certificationProcess control systems
Design and analysis of experiments
Forecasts and regression analysis
Six Sigma Method Seminar
Six Sigma project applicationAdmission requirementsHave a professional title
Have obtained an average equal to or greater than 80/100 or its equivalent in their professional studies.
Present the Admission Test to Postgraduate Studies (PAEP) of the Tecnológico de Monterrey and obtain a score equal or superior to 500 points.
Submit the admission application accompanied by all the required documents.Graduate profileAt the end of the program the student will be able to:Design, manage, evaluate and improve management systems for service and production areas based on principles and philosophies of quality, innovation and competitiveness.
Design, manage, execute and evaluate experimental processes that generate tangible solutions for the optimization of operations.
To lead in an integral way the process of continuous improvement and innovation in the production systems of a company that allow it to be more competitive.
Design, manage, evaluate and improve production systems based on contemporary principles and philosophies of production and manufacturing, supported by the use of statistical tools and process optimization.
Integrate the participation of human resources as a key element in the operation of organizational management and production processes, as well as the efficient management of organizational and technological resources.Tecnológico de MonterreyMore than 70 years of educational excellenceOur strengthsTecnológico de Monterrey is a Mexican institution of higher education that has a new vision towards 2030:
Leadership, innovation and entrepreneurship for human flourishingData and numbers20% of the directors of the largest companies in Mexico are graduates of Tecnológico de Monterrey.
After 5 years of graduation, 42% of EXATEC are or have been partners or owners of a company.
18% of EXATECs have at least one international experience 5 years after graduation.
Within 5 years of completing their studies, 28% of EXATECs hold a managerial position.RankingsBest private university in Mexico. QS University Rankings, 2020
In the top 3 of the best universities in Latin America. QS University Rankings, 2020