A good manager must be able to successfully combine theory with practice. That is why graduates of this course know about subjects like production, process and production system engineering, IT systems, production economics, quality systems and ergonomics. What is more, they will have had many workshop classes. In the laboratories and workshops they will learn about computerised processing centres, cutting-edge machine prototyping methods and the computer aided design of technological processes.
With a unique set of engineering and management skills, graduates can work as the leaders of teams that design and improve manufacturing processes. If you want, you can also work in teams that solve problems related to machines and equipment, from the design stage, through manufacturing, to diagnostic testing and servicing.