Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

Minor in Industrial Engineering

This minor allows students to receive a basic training on the main approaches of this discipline, through both mathematical modeling and organizational tools.

This minor is aimed at students who wish to expand their training in the area of ​​industrial engineering, developing the ability to model and solve management problems through the use of operational research tools, as well as the ability to understand economic, financial and organizational factors that influence business management.

Students enrolled in a program other than the Major in Operations Research and Major in Mining Engineering may take this minor.

Required Courses

  • ICS1113 Optimization
  • ICS113H Optimization-Honors
  • ICS2123 Stochastic Models
  • ICS2523 Microeconomics
  • ICS2613 Accounting and Management Control
  • ICS2813 Organization and Behavior in the Company

Complementary Electives (*)

  • ICS2121 Methods of Optimization
  • ICS2133 Stochastic System Simulation
  • ICS2562 Applied Econometrics
  • ICS2803 Corporate Governance
  • IIC2233 Advanced Computer Programming or IIC2115 Programming as a Tool for Engineering

(*) If any of the required courses have been previously taken, the necessary courses from the list must be approved to complete the 50 credits required by this minor.

The list of courses is subject to modifications according to the academic planning in effect at the time of course registration. Remember to always be informed of the latest updates to the Study Program