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Twin Programme

Mechanical Engineering / Tecnológico de Monterrey

3rd or 4th year of bachelor

Mechanical Engineering, School of Industrial Mechanics

Applied Sciences 

30

9 January 2019

Official transcript, Admission format, Recommendation letter from the International Office

English

IELTS 6.0/B2

The Courses

Forecasting for Decision Making – 5 ECTS

Course Description

  • Objectives: Students will be able to understand the limitations and possibilities of the various methods of qualitative and quantitative prediction.
  • Learning Outcomes: At the end of the course, the students will be able to apply different methods of smoothing or decomposition to a real situation using both manual procedures and statistical software; apply simple and multiple linear regression methods for point estimates and predictions, calculating confidence and prediction intervals and making statistical inferences; develop regression models using advanced methods to compare forecasting models using statistical software (Minitab, SPSS, etc).
  • Requisites: CD1003, Statistical Methods for Decision Making
  • Teaching Methods: Theory and practical exercises

Optimization Models – 5 ECTS

Course Description

  • Objectives: Students will be able to synthesize the  relevant information of a problem by means of a mathematical model of  optimization.
  • Learning Outcomes: At the end of the course, optimization model will let him/her to determine the best use of the limited resources of a system, process or organization.
  • Requisites: M2025, Numerical Methods in Engineering; TC2019, Numerical Methods in Engineering
  • Teaching Methods: Theory and practical exercises

Discrete Event Simulation – 5 ECTS

Course Description

  • Objectives: Students will learn how to use simulation tools for different purposes.
  • Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of this course, students will be able to use discrete event simulation tools to model, analyze and enhance complex systems with an integral approach. Line Balancing and Basic Concepts of Welding.
  • Requisites: IN2022, Optimization Models
  • Teaching Methods: Theory and practical exercises

Integrated Manufacturing Systems – 5 ECTS

Course Description

  • Objectives: Students will be able to recognize different technologies and equipment that can be found in an integrated manufacturing system.
  • Learning Outcomes: The tools learned through the semester will allow students to select, improve, and integrate them in the most effective manner possible within automated production processes.
  • Requisites: M2018, Manufacturing Processes I; M2024,  Manufacturing Processes
  • Teaching Methods: Theory and practical exercises

Tools for Lean Manufacturing  – 5 ECTS

Course Description

  • Objectives: The objective is to know the different methodologies for problem-solving and detection of root causes, as well as the different lean tools that can be applied to improve quality and flexibility of manufacturing companies.
  • Learning Outcomes: At the end of the course, the student will know how to apply different methodologies according to the circumstances of each problem.
  • Requisites: N95004, Lean Manufacturing
  • Teaching Methods: Theory and practical exercises

Quality Management Strategies – 5 ECTS

Course Description

  • Objectives: The student will learn how to analyze and apply different quality management systems.
  • Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of this course, students will be able to evaluate the performance of an organization’s quality management system and design strategies that make it possible to increase the level of customer satisfaction, product quality assurance and increase an organization’s level of competitiveness. The appropriate strategies must consider the organization’s social system, industrial context, the customers’ real needs, knowledge management, collaborative work and the implications of implementing organizational change.
  • Requisites: IN2026, Statistical Engineering
  • Teaching Methods: Theory and practical exercises

Materials Technology– 5 ECTS

Course Description

  • Objectives: The student will use materials  appropriately in specific applications; select materials based on the Ashby  method.
  • Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of this course, students will be able to understand the interrelation between the structure, properties and processing of materials.
  • Requisites: F2001, Design Physics; F1002, Physics
  • Teaching Methods: Theory and practical exercises

Advanced Manufacturing – 5 ECTS

Course Description

  • Objectives: Students will have studied and analyzed  advanced machining and non-conventional machining processes; plastic and  composite injection molding processes, and production of prototypes;  manufacture of die and matrices for metalworking; production of fast tools  and parts for dust metallurgy.
  • Learning Outcomes: The student will have developed, through detailed knowledge of certain manufacturing processes, the theoretical framework to select and integrate product-oriented processes; as well as provide the tools and machines required for their production. The student will also be aware of innovation of future technical processes as well as consideration of present and future ecological aspects of modern manufacturing.
  • Requisites: M2020, Manufacturing Engineering; M3014,  Manufacturing Processes Laboratory
  • Teaching Methods: Theory and practical exercises

How to apply

Contact person: Clau Ugalde, cugaldeo@itesm.mx
Link for more information and application: Application Process Manual, Exchange and Independent.

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