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Mapúa rolls out Management Engineering program for business engineers

Mapúa University introduces its Bachelor of Science in Management Engineering program which combines business management, industrial engineering, and decision sciences education to produce graduates who can be business engineers ready to take decision-maker and leadership roles across a myriad of industries.

Offered under the University’s School of Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management (IE-EMG), the Management Engineering program aims to produce professionals who have the knowledge and skills to provide sound and optimal decisions within a business organization and to develop efficient, cost-effective, and technology-enabled business processes.

These experts are expected to deliver data-driven and analytical decisions and strategies as well as scientific approaches to problem solving.

The Management Engineering program is an evolution of the Industrial Engineering program of Mapúa, which is among its 14 internationally accredited undergraduate programs.

Career opportunities range from the areas of finance, sales and marketing, human resource management, information systems, production and operations, and consultancy, among others.

Students can complete the program in three and a half years, with a total of 186 course units. The Management Engineering program is among the programs housed in Mapúa’s new state-of-the-art Makati campus located along Pablo Ocampo Sr. Extension.

Applications for Academic Year 2021-2022 are still ongoing. Interested applicants may contact the Mapúa University Admissions Office at (02) 8247-5000 local 1403 (Intramuros campus) and (02) 8247-5000 local 5800 (Makati campus), or send an email to [email protected]

Topics: Mapúa University , Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management , Management Engineering
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