Industrial Economics is a new a four-year part-time study in Master's in Systems Engineering and Master's in Business Administration.
BUCs new Master's degree in Industrial Economics is adapted to engineering students, and business/management students.
The program provides for the engineers attractive knowledge of business administration, management and Systems Engineering. For business candidates the program gives expertise in technology, management and Systems Engineering..
Specialization in Industrial Economics with the basic disciplines of Systems Engineering combines technological, systems and economics. Systems Engineering is a proven method for developing systems to use in automotive and oil industry, in computing, networking, communications, research and development.
Specialization provides knowledge to participate in and lead the development of large complex products and systems that require many disciplines involved. You have knowledge of the economy which supports the processes while managing the value chain, organization and implementation of projects through project management and contract expertise, quality management and risk management, innovation and marketing, knowledge of methods and strategy.
The program combines financial and management subjects and system subjects. The program qualifies students with financial education to manage projects in an environment which contains a large numbers of engineers and high technology.
Basic knowledge of system management and project management is build in addition to advanced skills in finance and business administration. The combination of expertise in software development in technology, environment, finance, strategy and management gives students a combined expertise.
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av Jan-Henrik Kulberg