Academic Year 2018/19





School of Industrial and Information Engineering



Degree Programme of:


Management Engineering
Laurea Magistrale (Equivalent To Master Of Science)


Milano Bovisa Campus

1. General Information

School School of Industrial and Information Engineering
Code Reference Law479
NameManagement Engineering
Reference LawOrdinamento 270/04
Class of degreeLM-31 - Management engineering
Degree level Laurea Magistrale (Equivalent To Master Of Science)
First year of activation 2009/2010
Official length of the programme 2
Years of the programme already activated 1,2
Official language(s) English
Campus Milano
Dean of the School Capone Antonio
Coordinator of the Study programme Stefano Ronchi
Website of the School http://www.ingindinf.polimi.it
Website of the Study programme
http://www.dig.polimi.it/index.php?id=37&L=2


Student Office (Study programme) - Milano
Reference office
Segreteria didattica del Dipartimento di Ingegneria Gestionale
Address Via Lambruschini 4/B, Milano
Phone 02 2399 4000


Central Student Office - Milano
Address VIA LAMBRUSCHINI, 15 (MI)

2. General presentation of the study programme

Being conceived more than thirty years ago, the role of the management engineer has been perceived as an engineer of change and innovation. This role is similar to the classical engineer, being responsible of designing and managing systems, which complexity is due to the human element and the close interaction between technological, economic, organisational and financial variables. The management engineering course project was inspired by a new professional profile - the engineer-manager – that was translated into a clearly defined and consistent university curriculum. This programme has been continuously updated, modifying and improving the offered subjects, in order to meet the requirements of companies and other institutions where he/she will be employed and to retain the cutting-edge innovative knowledge associated with this professional profile.

About 14,000 management engineers have graduated from Politecnico di Milano since this degree course was introduced and the different paths they have followed demonstrate the appreciation of the labour market for this professional qualification.

Today, a management engineer faces a wide range of professional opportunities in many different sectors. Furthermore, over the years, the programme has acquired a large array of specializations to match market needs and changes dictated by technical progress, innovation and economic globalisation.

More information: www.dig.polimi.it/masterofscience


3. Learning objectives

An articulated study programme, with two complementary objectives, characterizes the Master of Science in Management Engineering (equivalent to Laurea Magistrale in Management Engineering) (MSc). On the one hand, the study programme aims at developing - through a common body of knowledge, methods and procedures – a unitary professional profile. On the other hand, it aims at training qualified professionals with a range of skills able to satisfy the requirements coming from different companies and institutions where management engineers will work, both in traditional and innovative fields.

Moving from these premises, the MSc in Management Engineering aims to develop in students five Intended Learning Outcomes (ILO), whereupon the management, economics and industrial engineer will be able to:

  • Understand the context, the functions, the processes and the impact of those factors on company performance;
  • Identify key trends, technologies and methodologies in specific environments;
  • Design solutions by applying a scientific and engineering approach to tackle problems and opportunities within the corporate and industrial context;
  • Develop new ideas and solutions within an evolving corporate and industrial context;
  • Interact professionally, responsibly, effectively and constructively with colleagues in the work environment, motivating team members as well

As set out hereunder, the educational project envisages, beside a solid modelling and problem-solving culture, founded on strict quantitative and qualitative methodologies, an interactive teaching, with teamwork engagements and high-profile testimonials from representatives of the world of industry and services, finance and consultancy. It furthermore envisages an ongoing updating of methods and case studies that enrich the various teaching programmes. 


4. Organization of the study programme and further studies

4.1 Structure of the study programme and Qualifications

The MSc in Management Engineering is a two years course providing a total of 120 credits (ECTS).

The most worthy students attending the Master of Science in Management Engineering have the opportunity to participate in the following initiatives:

  • the “Alta Scuola Politecnica”, for an advanced study programme organised by Politecnico di Milano and Politecnico di Torino. For further information, see: http://www.asp-poli.it/ .
  • the UNITECH program, for an advanced study programme organized by leading technical universities and companies in Europe: http://www.unitech-international.org/.
  • Alliance4Tech, a free mobility programme involving the three campuses of Politecnico di Milano, CentraleSupelec in Paris and TU Berlin: www.alliance4tech.eu.
  • the Internal Double Master of Science degrees and the International Dual Master of Science degrees. For further information about the Internal Double degrees, please refer to Paragraph 7.3.3 of this document. For further information about the International Dual degrees, please refer to Paragraph 12 of this document.

4.2 Further Studies

The qualification grants access to "Dottorato di Ricerca" (Research Doctorate), "Corso di Specializzazione di secondo livello" (2nd level Specialization Course) and "Master Universitario di secondo livello" (2nd level University Master)


The most natural progression is to a Doctorate degree in Management Engineering. Within the Politecnico di Milano, this programme is run by the Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineering ("Dipartimento di Ingegneria Gestionale – DIG). For further information, see: http://www.dottorato.polimi.it/en/

The Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineering in partnership with MIP also offers to postgraduate students the possibility of studying for a Master's degree or for further advanced studies. For details, see: www.mip.polimi.it.


5. Professional opportunities and work market

5.1 Professional status of the degree

The Master of Science in Management Engineering (Law 270/04) belongs to LM/31 Class (Engineering Management) which enables the participation to the State examination for the professional qualification in Section A of the Engineers Register in the Industrial Engineering and in the Information Engineering areas.

5.2 Careers options and profiles

The Master of Science in Management Engineering is characterized by a close relationship with the business world.

More than 14,000 management engineers have graduated from Politecnico di Milano since this degree course was introduced. The many diverse paths they have followed demonstrate the appreciation of the labour market for this professional qualification, recognizing the flexibility shown by graduates when working also in activities not initially covered or considered when the course was designed.

A survey, carried out by the Nucleo di Valutazione on a yearly basis, shows that the 90% of the graduates have an employment after only 6 months from the graduation and this figure reaches the 97% in the following months.

The Career Service (http://www.careerservice.polimi.it) coordinates the offer of work placements for students and graduates. Opportunities within each course are available on the Career Service portal.


Surveys of University Assessment Commission
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5.3 Qualification profile

Management Engineer - Laurea Magistrale

Profile in a work context:

Highly qualified professional profile able to work in different organizations (companies, public bodies, non-profit organizations), with particular attention to entrepreneurship, innovation, and systemic management of complex issues (multi-objective systems, multi-stakeholders, characterized by high levels of uncertainty and a dynamic nature)

Skills that characterise this function:

  • understand context, functions and processes in the managerial and industrial sectors and the impact of these factors on business results;
  • identify trends, technologies and key methodologies in relation to a specific context (specialization by stream),
  • design solutions by applying the scientific and engineering method (analysis, reasoning and modelling based on a strong multidisciplinary preparation) to address problems and opportunities in the business and industrial fields,
  • develop new ideas and solutions in relation to business and industrial scenarios and their evolution over time
  • interact in a professional, responsible, effective and constructive way with colleagues in the workplace, also by motivating the other members of a working group

Job opportunities:

The fields in which the laurea magistrale graduate students in management engineering find their way are many and they include:

  • consulting company at different levels;
  • companies (multinational companies, big companies, small and medium-sized enterprises);
  • banks, banking foundations, insurance companies;
  • public bodies, international organizations and non-profit organizations
The functions/areas where laurea magistrale management engineers find their work can include (and not only):
  • planning and control;
  • marketing;
  • innovation management;
  • product and project management;
  • supply chain management;
  • operations management;
  • logistic management.

6. Enrolment

6.1 Access requirements

Laurea (First degree), or foreign comparable degree


The admission to the MSc programme undergoes an evaluation process aimed to determine the eligibility of the applicant.

Such process, in compliance to the existing regulation (D.M. 22/10/2004 n. 270 art. 6 par. 2 and D.M. 16/3/2007, art.6 par. 1), is based upon curriculum requirements and an assessment of the preparation of the student.

The final decision about the admission to the MSc programme shall be taken by an Evaluation Commission set up for this purpose by the School Council which will analyze the application according to the academic career of the candidate and the admission requirements. The lack of the admission requirements is sufficient motivation to reject the application, unless valid documentation showing clear exceptional conditions, specifically related to severe health issue of the applicant and showing, in any case, that the student has an adequate preparation for the programme. The documentation showing the existence of clear exceptional conditions shall be submitted attached to a written request to be submittet to the Student Secretary.

If the applicant is admitted, any potential compulsory subject to be chosen in the curricula and/or potential additional subjects shall be communicated for each curriculum together with the admission and before enrolment, in order to provide students with the necessary information for a transparent and rational choice.

Requirements concerning the English language proficiency levels are presented in Paragraph 7.4.


6.1.1 Application for admission while studying for a Bachelor in Science degree or after obtaining a Bachelor in Science degree


Admission requirements necessary for the evaluation of the career are as follows:

  • students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science degree at Politecnico di Milano are required to be enrolled to the Graduation session;
  • students enrolled in Bachelor of Science degrees in other Universities are required to graduate before enrolling to the MSc programme (Laurea Magistrale);
  • or, everyone is required to hold a Bachelor of Science Degree.

 

Admission requirements concerning the academic career considered by the Commission are as follows:

  1. graduation at the Bachelor of Science no later than 31 March of the fifth year after the first enrolment (for example if the first enrolment was September 2014, the degree should be obtained before March 31, 2019); such requirement does not apply for candidates having a MSc or a degree earned under the old Teaching Regulation;
  2. average / graduation mark not below the “adjusted” admission threshold (please see Paragraph 6.1.1.2);
  3. certification of the English language proficiency (please see Paragraph 7.4);
  4. having qualifications which do not require any further prerequisites.

 

If the requirements stated at either point 1) or 2) of the above list are not satisfied, the applicant will not be admitted to the MSc programme, unless documentation testifying a proven exceptional case can be presented. If the requirements stated at either point 3) or 4) of the above list are not satisfied, the applicant will be accepted to the MSc programme and enrolled, after having satisfied these conditions, by demonstrating his/her proficiency in English and/or obtaining the necessary prerequisites identified by the Commission and communicated to the applicant.


6.1.1.1 Number of years for achieving the Bachelor


The number of years for achieving the Bachelor of Science is determined starting from the year of first enrolment (in any University) to the end of the academic curriculum - i.e. when all 180 credits of the Bachelor of Science have been awarded, including the final work, the language exam and, when requested, the curriculum-based in-company training period (in other words, when evaluating this requirement, the School calculates all the years required for the completion of the academic curriculum).

The number of years required to achieve the Bachelor of Science is indicated as follows with "N".
For sake of clarification, N can assume the following values:
  • For students who enrolled at the Bachelor of Science in September 2015 and will earn their BSc degree no later than September 2018 (6 semesters): N = 3
  • For students who enrolled at the Bachelor of Science in September 2015 and will earn their BSc degree no later than February 2019 (7 semesters): N = 3,5
  • For students who enrolled at the Bachelor of Science in September 2014 and will earn their BSc degree no later than September 2018 (8 semesters): N = 4
  • For students who enrolled at the Bachelor of Science in September 2014 and will earn their BSc degree no later than February 2019 (9 semesters): N = 4,5

6.1.1.2 "Adjusted" admission threshold


Students who earned their Bachelor of Science degree with a score lower than the “adjusted” admission threshold will not be admitted to attend to the Master of Science in Management Engineering.

 

For the 2017-2018 academic year, for candidates with a Bachelor of Science issued by Politecnico di Milano, the “adjusted” threshold is calculated based on the following formula:

S+k * (N-3)

where:

k = 1/2

N = number of years required for achieving the Bachelor starting from the first enrollment

 

“Adjusted” admission threshold

Management Engineers from Politecnico di Milano – Bachelor of Science with Introductory curriculum (Propedeutico)

22 + (N-3)/2

Management Engineers from Politecnico di Milano – Bachelor of Science with Applicative curriculum (Applicativo)

23 + (N-3)/2

Other Engineers from Politecnico di Milano

23 + (N-3)/2

Industrial Designers and Architects from Politecnico di Milano

26 + (N-3)/2


Students with a Bachelor degree in Industrial Production Engineering of Politecnico di Milano are subject to the same rules as students with a degree in Management Engineering of Politecnico di Milano.

For candidates with a Bachelor of Science issued by any University other than Politecnico di Milano,  the “adjusted” threshold is calculated by summing up the final degree score with a bonus linked to the time in which the student graduated:

  • 3/110 for students who apply for enrolment after finishing the Bachelor of Science in due time (i.e. students who enrolled at the Bachelor of Science in September 2015 and will earn their BSc degree no later than September 2018)
  • 2/110 for students who will graduate one semester later (i.e. students who enrolled at the Bachelor of Science in September 2015 and will earn their BSc degree no later than February 2019)
  • 1/110 for students who will graduate two semesters later (i.e. students who enrolled at the Bachelor of Science in September 2014 and will earn their BSc degree no later than September 2018).

 

 

Category of graduates

“Adjusted” admission threshold

Management Engineers from other Universities

102/110

Other graduates from other Universities

105/110

 

For the 2019-2020 academic year, the above "Adjusted" admission thresholds could be modified.


6.1.1.3 English Proficiency


For a list of the recognised certificates and their respective minimum requirements, please see Paragraph 7.4.


6.1.1.4 Admission without prerequisites


An applicant can be admitted to the Master of Science in Management Engineering when his/her Bachelor of Science degree programme is evaluated as being “consistent” with the study programme of the Master of Science degree course. These requirements are verified by the Evaluation Commission, which also ascertains the need of imposing any prerequisite (i.e. additional compulsory modules) to fill possible gaps.

Please see Paragraph 6.2, for a presentation of the evaluation process.

6.2 Requested knowledge

In order to be accepted to the Master of Science in Management Engineering, applicants must have acquired a knowledge base that is consistent with the study programme offered in the degree course. The evaluation of the adequacy of this knowledge base uses as a reference framework the programme of the Bachelor of Science degree course in Management Engineering, with the “introductory course” orientation (“propedeutico”). This means that any prerequisite that is required to prospect students derives either from a lack of “consistency” with the applicant’s Bachelor of Science degree course or from the differences between the two options, “introductory” (“propedeutico”) orientation and “applicative ” (“applicativo”) orientation (or equivalent), within the Bachelor of Science course. “Applicative” courses usually contribute less credits for the modules taken during the Bachelor of Science degree course. For instance, all the courses with a number of credits higher than 10 achieved through stages, final test, language proficiency are considered applicative.

Because of the wide and varied background of the graduates applying for a Master in Science degree, it is only possible to define beforehand the admission requirements for the majority of cases and in particular for graduates with a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering. In all other cases, applicants must sit a purpose specific examination on the curricula in order to ensure that only applicants having the necessary requirements of “consistency” with the study programme of the Master of Science degree are admitted, and possible gaps are integrated through prerequisites and course restrictions.

 

Any prerequisites communicated by the Commission to the applicant during the assessment of his/her application must be completed before applying for matriculation to the Master of Science degree course. The relative procedures are presented in the Paragraph 6.2.1.

 

On the base of the criteria previously expressed, conditions for admission to the Master of Science degree course for students coming from different backgrounds are stated below:

 

  • Graduates with a Bachelor of Science degree in Management Engineering from the Politecnico di Milano ("introductory” orientation)
    No prerequisites are required. There are no course restrictions.

  • Graduates with a Bachelor of Science degree in Management Engineering from the Politecnico di Milano ("applicative” orientation)
    A prerequisite 10 credits is required, to be attained according to the procedures indicated in Paragraph 6.2.1. There are no course restrictions.

    It is a necessary condition that the applicant must have satisfied this prerequisite before he/she can proceed to his/her application for matriculation in the Master of Science degree course. Matriculation will be assured only if all the requirements defined by the Teaching Regulation are met.
    The required 10 credits are defined by the Evaluation Commission drawing from a list of courses which are differential between the “Introductory” (Propedeutico) orientation and “Applicative” (Applicativo) orientation of the Bachelor of Science degree in Management Engineering. Within maximum 5 days after the publication of the outcomes of the evaluation process, students have the possibility to ask for changes in the modules assigned for their academic integration. For asking this, students must send a written communication, explaining why they request the change.

    The following table summarises the list of courses.

    Code

    Module

    Semester

    Credits

    077933

    Design and Fundamental Principles of Applied Mechanics

    2

    10

    077930

    Basic Thermodynamics and Energetics Systems

    1

    10

    091112

    Mathematical Methods and Models

    1

    10

    060124

    Mechanics of Elastic Structures

    2

    10

  • Graduates with a Bachelor of Science degree in Management Engineering from other Italian universities who chose an “Introductory” orientation
    No prerequisites are required, but students are required  to pass all the MOOCs that are part of the library “Introduction to Management Engineering Series”, provided free of charge through the Polimi Open Knowledge (POLIMI POK) platform, and consisting of 5 programmes (see Paragraph 6.2.2).

 

  • Graduates with a Bachelor of Science degree in Management Engineering from other Italian universities, who chose an “Applicative” orientation
    A prerequisite 10 credits is required, to be attained according to the procedures indicated in the following Paragraph 6.2.1. It is a necessary condition that the applicant must have satisfied this prerequisite before he/she can proceed to his/her application for matriculation in the Master of Science degree course. Matriculation will be assured only if all the requirements defined by the Teaching Regulation are met.

    The required 10 credits are defined by the Evaluation Commission drawing from a list of courses which are differential between the “introductory” orientation and “applicative” orientation of the Bachelor of Science degree in Management Engineering. Alternatively the Evaluation Commission will draw from the list reported in table below, if not already sustained by the candidate. Within maximum 5 days after the publication of the outcome of the evaluation process, students have the possibility to ask for changes in the modules assigned for their academic integration. For asking this, students must send a written communication, explaining why they request the change.

    Code

    Module

    Semester

    Credits

    077933

    Design and Fundamental Principles of Applied Mechanics

    2

    10

    072398

    Economics

    2

    10

    061190

    Economics and Business Administration A

    1

    10

    077930

    Basic Thermodynamics and Energetics Systems

    1

    10

    072365

    Fundamental Principles of Chemistry for Technologies

    1

    10

    061189

    Management and Organisation

    1

    10

    072363

    Logistics and Operations Management

    2

    10

    091112

    Mathematical Methods and Models

    1

    10

    060124

    Mechanics of Elastic Structures

    2

    10

    85630

    Information Systems

    1

    10


    Additionally, are required  to pass all the MOOCs that are part of the library “Introduction to Management Engineering Series”, provided free of charge through the Polimi Open Knowledge (POLIMI POK) platform, and consisting of 5 programmes (see Paragraph 6.2.2).
  • Graduates with a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering other than Management Engineering from the Polytechnic of Milan or any other Italian university, who chose an “Introductory” orientation
    No prerequisites are required, but students are required  to pass all the MOOCs that are part of the library “Introduction to Management Engineering Series”, provided free of charge through the Polimi Open Knowledge (POLIMI POK) platform, and consisting of 5 programmes (see Paragraph 6.2.2).

 

  • Graduates with a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering other than Management Engineering from the Polytechnic of Milan or any other Italian university, who chose an “Applicative” orientation
    A prerequisite 10 credits is required, to be attained according to the procedures indicated in the following Paragraph 6.2.1. It is a necessary condition that the applicant must have satisfied this prerequisite before he/she can proceed to his/her application for matriculation in the Master of Science degree course. Matriculation will be assured only if all the requirements defined by the Teaching Regulation are met.

    The required 10 credits are defined by the Evaluation Commission drawing from a list of courses which are differential between the "introductory” orientation and "applicative” orientation of the Bachelor of Science degree in Management Engineering. Alternatively the Evaluation Commission will draw from the list reported in the table below, if not already sustained by the candidate. Within maximum 5 days after the publication of the outcome of the evaluation, students have the possibility to ask for changes in the courses assigned for their academic integration. For asking this, students must send a written communication, explaining why they request the change.

    Code

    Module

    Semester

    Credits

    077933

    Design and Fundamental Principles of Applied Mechanics

    2

    10

    072398

    Economics

    2

    10

    061190

    Economics and Business Administration A

    1

    10

    077930

    Basic Thermodynamics and Energetics Systems

    1

    10

    072365

    Fundamental Principles of Chemistry for Technologies

    1

    10

    061189

    Management and Organisation

    1

    10

    072363

    Logistics and Operations Management

    2

    10

    091112

    Mathematical Methods and Models

    1

    10

    060124

    Mechanics of Elastic Structures

    2

    10

    85630

    Information Systems

    1

    10

    Additionally, but students are required  to pass all the MOOCs that are part of the library “Introduction to Management Engineering Series”, provided free of charge through the Polimi Open Knowledge (POLIMI POK) platform, and consisting of 5 programmes (see Paragraph 6.2.2).

  • Graduates with a Bachelor of Science degree in economics, information technologies, physical and mathematical disciplines who chose an “Introductory course” orientation
    The Evaluation Commission will evaluate the necessary requirements based on the curriculum studiorum of the applicant. 
    The Evaluation Commission will also ascertain the possibility of a different articulation of the first year course and the assignment of any course restrictions in choosing subsequent curricula within the Master of Science degree course (see Paragraph 6.2.2). In any case, the candidates are required to pass all the MOOCs that are part of the library “Introduction to Management Engineering Series” provided free of charge through the Polimi Open Knowledge (POLIMI POK) platform, and consisting of 5 programmes (see Paragraph 6.2.2).

 

  • Graduates with a Bachelor of Science degree in economics, information technologies, physical and mathematical disciplines who chose an “Applicative course” orientation
    A prerequisite 10 credits is required, to be attained according to the procedures indicated in the following Paragraph 6.2.1. It is a necessary condition that the applicant must have satisfied this prerequisite before he/she can proceed to his/her application for matriculation in the Master of Science degree course. Matriculation will be assured only if all the requirements defined by the Teaching Regulation are met.

    The required 10 credits are defined by the Evaluation Commission drawing from a list of courses which are differential between the “Introductory” orientation and "Applicative” orientation of the Bachelor of Science degree in Management Engineering. Alternatively the Evaluation Commission will draw from the list reported in the table below, if not already sustained by the candidate. Within maximum 5 days after the publication of the outcome of the evaluation process, students have the possibility to ask for changes in the courses assigned for their academic integration. For asking this, students must send a written communication, explaining why they request the change.

    Code

    Module

    Semester

    Credits

    077933

    Design and Fundamental Principles of Applied Mechanics

    2

    10

    072398

    Economics

    2

    10

    061190

    Economics and Business Administration A

    1

    10

    077930

    Basic Thermodynamics and Energetics Systems

    1

    10

    072365

    Fundamental Principles of Chemistry for Technologies

    1

    10

    061189

    Management and Organisation

    1

    10

    072363

    Logistics and Operations Management

    2

    10

    091112

    Mathematical Methods and Models

    1

    10

    060124

    Mechanics of Elastic Structures

    2

    10

    85630

    Information Systems

    1

    10

    The Evaluation Commission will also ascertain the possibility of a different articulation of the first year course and the assignment of any course restrictions in choosing subsequent curricula within the Master of Science degree course (see Paragraph 6.2.2). In any case, the candidates are required to pass all the MOOCs that are part of the library “Introduction to Management Engineering Series” provided free of charge through the Polimi Open Knowledge (POLIMI POK) platform, and consisting of 5 programmes (see Paragraph 6.2.2).

 

  • Graduates with a Bachelor of Science degree in any discipline other than those specified previously
    The Evaluation Commission will ascertain the necessary requirements and define any prerequisites or restrictions Any prerequisite must be attained according to Paragraph 6.2.1.

 

  • Further degrees (for applicants who have already gained a Master of Science degree or the equivalent as defined in previous Teaching Regulations)
    The Evaluation Commission will carry out an individual assessment based upon documentation of the applicant’s educational background submitted to them. Please note that any work experiences, including documented ones, cannot be taken into account.

Bachelor of Science

University

Type of course

Prerequisite

Compulsory subjects

Management Engineering

Politecnico di Milano

Introductory (propedeutico)

No

No

Management Engineering

Politecnico di Milano

Applicative (applicativo)

10 ECTS

No

Management Engineering

Other Universities

Introductory (propedeutico)

No

Assigned based on the curriculum

Management Engineering

Other Universities

Applicative (applicativo)

10 ECTS

Assigned based on the curriculum

Engineering other than Management Engineering

Politecnico di Milano

Introductory (propedeutico)

No

Assigned based on the curriculum

Engineering other than Management Engineering

Politecnico di Milano

Applicative (applicativo)

10 ECTS

Assigned based on the curriculum

Engineering other than Management Engineering

Other Universities

Introductory (propedeutico)

No

Assigned based on the curriculum

Engineering other than Management Engineering

Other Universities

Applicative (applicativo)

10 ECTS

Assigned based on the curriculum

Economics, information technologies, physical and mathematical disciplines

Other Universities

Introductory (propedeutico)

Assigned based on the curriculum

Assigned based on the curriculum

Economics, information technologies, physical and mathematical disciplines

Other Universities

Applicative (applicativo)

10 ECTS

Assigned based on the curriculum

Other

Other Universities

Introductory (propedeutico)

Assigned based on the curriculum

Assigned based on the curriculum

Other

Other Universities

Applicative (applicativo)

Assigned based on the curriculum

Assigned based on the curriculum


6.2.1 Procedures for the application of prerequisites


An applicant who has been assigned any prerequisites may attend individual courses, in the period before the enrolment to the Master of Science. The following three opportunities exist:

  • B1) earn credits by passing courses at the Master of Science level (individual courses); these “early” credits can be used towards the 120 credits necessary for the Master of Science degree.
  • B2) earn the attendance of courses at the Master of Science level. As per B1, but without passing the exam.
  • B3) earn credits related to additional compulsory modules as requested by the Evaluation Commission for the Master of Science These credits cannot be accounted under the 120 credits required for the Master of Science degree.

 

Furthermore, the following restrictions are in force:

  1. the total amount of credits (by passing exams or only attending courses) that can be accounted under the 120 credits required for the Master of Science degree (B1+B2) cannot exceed 32. Credits in excess of 32 could be only considered as overnumber (soprannumero).
  2. in any case, the total amount of credits earned by passing “individual courses” cannot exceed 80, including credits earned under B3.

If an applicant does not complete any prerequisites imposed and communicated to him/her by the Evaluation Commission within 15 months, he or she forfeits his/her right to admission totally and completely.


6.2.2 Course restrictions (compulsory modules and exclusions)


Except for the first level graduates in Management, Economics and Industrial Engineering from Politecnico di Milano, all the candidates admitted to the MSc programme – if needed, after curricular supplements - are required  to pass the online library programmes “Introduction to Management Engineering Series”, provided free of charge through the Polimi Open Knowledge (POLIMI POK) platform, and consisting of 5 programmes:

  • Fundamentals of Financial and Management Accounting
  • Strategy
  • Organization
  • Operations and Logistics Management
  • Economics

For graduates with a Bachelor of Science degree in economics, information technologies, physical and mathematical disciplines, the Evaluation Commission will verify the opportunity of a different articulation of the first year course in order to fill possible gaps in technical-engineering, mathematical and statistical disciplines.

Finally, for graduates who gained a Bachelor of Science degree in any discipline other than those specified previously the Commission reserves the right to apply further obligations and/or exclusions, depending on the peculiarities of the studies they carried out during their undergraduate degree course.


6.2.3 Other aspects


For any other aspects regarding admission conditions not otherwise covered in this Teaching Regulation, the applicant should contact the Evaluation Commission by e-mail (management-engineering@polimi.it ), who will make the ultimate decision.


The educational offer at the Politecnico di Milano
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6.3 Deadlines

For specific requestsconcerning the admission to the Master of Science in Management Engineering students may refer to the email address:management-engineering-admissions@polimi.it

For deadlines and forms please check the information posted on Poliself workstations, and the guide available on the site:  http://www.polinternational.polimi.it/ 


How to become a student at Politecnico di Milano
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6.4 Tutoring and students support

Polinternational
https://aunicalogin.polimi.it/aunicalogin/getservizio.xml?id_servizio=204&idApp=1&idLink=4268

7. Contents of the study Program

7.1 Programme requirements

As specified in the didactic regulations, 120 credits are required to obtain the degree. For more information about the specific disciplines of LM/31 visit http://www.cun.it/media/77608/lauree_magistrali.pdf.


The Master of Science in Management Engineering has been designed in a unitary fashion and the various tracks share a course platform which provides identity to the Degree Programme and constitutes its foundations. Such courses cover three main disciplinary areas:
  1. applied economics,
  2. industrial engineering,
  3. management.

In addition, there are other modules more methodology and technology related in nature, as well as further complementary modules. Each student may organize these disciplines according to different proportions and specific issues, according to the preferred type of professional figure, critical skills and educational objectives. Since not all the possible combinations of the courses are equally effective, there are nine pre approved Tracks of courses. The choice of one of these Tracks implies its automatic approval, otherwise a suitable Commission of the CCS will evaluate the adequacy of the proposed Track of courses. Until the approval of the Track, it will Tracks be possible to take any exam since the track is subject to modifications.


7.2 Mode of study

This Course requires a full time attendance and involves classroom and laboratory activities


The programme is full time and includes attendance of lessons and lab activities.

The «Curriculum» includes different programmes, tools and innovative activities consistent with the ILO of the Programme.

Integration of digital technologiesStudents have at their disposal a library of online programmes, provided through the Polimi Open Knowledge (POLIMI POK) platform, and named “Introduction to Management Engineering Series”, consisting of 5 programmes:

  • Fundamentals of Financial and Management Accounting
  • Strategy
  • Organization
  • Operations and Logistics Management
  • Economics

The content of these programmes is conceived with the aim of aligning the skills of incoming students and trying out the flipped approach (1 ECTS for the first year programmes).

Relationship with companies. All the students have the chance of being involved in a real project carried out inside a company (Project based learning), since all the labs of the Master of Science involve either companies or institutions (10-15 ECTS). This enables the students to be exposed to key problems characterising the real projects:

  • Definition of the project goals
  • Interaction with managers
  • Search for data and information
  • Team working and leadership in an uncertain environment

Methodological programmes (available from 2018/2019). 2018 saw the launch of a plan for a second series of online programmes specifically focused on: 

  • Survey
  • Case study

Besides these initiatives, students are offered various activities specifically aimed at stimulating their individual interests and inclinations. In this connection, the Hub of Student Activities (HSA) aims to promote and coordinate the initiatives offered both by the university and by the students themselves.

Examples of these initiatives are the consulting club and the manufacturing club, which offer each year a series of optional activities, available on the "Passion in action" portal.

7.3 Detailed learning objectives

In the next pages, the Previously approved study plans are described.

Given the broad educational offer available within the scope of the MSc programme, any autonomous study plans will be exceptionally accepted only when accompanied by strong motivations.

In general, autonomous study plans in which subjects belonging to characterising disciplinary sectors are used as supplementary activities (FREE LM) will not be accepted for the sake of ensuring the interdisciplinary nature of the programmes, in line with the general educational guidelines shared at the University.

An exemption to that limitation is granted only to MSc students who submit an autonomous study plan for the purpose of participation in international exchange projects (such as the Erasmus programme).


1 Year courses - Track: AM - ADVANCED MANUFACTURING


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
096078B,CING-IND/35ACCOUNTING, FINANCE & CONTROL110.010.0
052795B,CING-IND/35STRATEGY & MARKETING110.0
[1.0Innovative teaching]
10.0
052796B,CING-IND/35LEADERSHIP & INNOVATION210.0
[2.0Innovative teaching]
10.0
096090B,CING-IND/17INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES110.030.0
096090B,CING-IND/17INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES210.0
096086B,CING-IND/16QUALITY ENGINEERING210.0
096089B,CING-IND/17LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT210.0
096089B,CING-IND/17LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT110.0
096088B,CING-IND/17OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT210.0
096088B,CING-IND/17OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT110.0

2 Year courses - Track: AM - ADVANCED MANUFACTURING


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
052803B,CING-IND/16PRODUCTION FOR MADE IN ITALY LAB210.0
[5.0Innovative teaching]
10.0
097311B,CING-IND/16MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS ENGINEERING110.010.0
097319B,CING-IND/17ASSET LIFE CYCLE MANAGEMENT110.010.0
097313B,CING-IND/16ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING15.05.0
097314B,CING-IND/16DE-MANUFACTURING15.0
097315B,CING-IND/17SAFETY ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT15.0
097316B,CING-IND/17INTERNATIONAL DISTRIBUTION25.0
097317B,CING-IND/35MANAGEMENT OF DESIGN AND INNOVATION PROJECTS25.0
------Courses to be chosen from Group FREELM------14.0(a)
097318----FINAL THESIS115.015.0
097318----FINAL THESIS215.0

(a) It is possible to choose courses totaling 10 to 14 cfu (study plan total: 120-124 cfu)

1 Year courses - Track: DBM - DIGITAL BUSINESS AND MARKET INNOVATION


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
096078B,CING-IND/35ACCOUNTING, FINANCE & CONTROL110.010.0
052795B,CING-IND/35STRATEGY & MARKETING110.0
[1.0Innovative teaching]
10.0
052796B,CING-IND/35LEADERSHIP & INNOVATION210.0
[2.0Innovative teaching]
10.0
096090B,CING-IND/17INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES110.020.0
096090B,CING-IND/17INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES210.0
096088B,CING-IND/17OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT210.0
096088B,CING-IND/17OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT110.0
096089B,CING-IND/17LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT210.0
096089B,CING-IND/17LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT110.0
052909B,CING-IND/35BUSINESS & INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS210.0
[1.0Innovative teaching]
10.0
054665B,CING-IND/35BUSINESS & INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS210.0

2 Year courses - Track: DBM - DIGITAL BUSINESS AND MARKET INNOVATION


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
052806B,CING-IND/17
ING-IND/35
DESIGNING DIGITAL BUSINESS INNOVATION LAB215.0
[5.0Innovative teaching]
15.0
097380B,CING-IND/35MULTICHANNEL CUSTOMER STRATEGY110.010.0
052911--SECS-S/01APPLIED STATISTICS15.0
[1.0Innovative teaching]
5.0
052487CINF/01MACHINE LEARNING15.0
097384CING-INF/05DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY25.0
097313B,CING-IND/16ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING15.05.0
097362CICAR/13BRANDING AND COMMUNICATION25.0
052912B,CING-IND/35PUBLIC MANAGEMENT15.0
[5.0Innovative teaching]
097334B,CING-IND/35SOCIAL INNOVATION15.0
053729B,CING-IND/17
ING-IND/35
PURCHASING AND SUPPLY MANAGEMENT15.0
------Courses to be chosen from Group GESLM------5.0
------Courses to be chosen from Group FREELM (a)------8.0
097318----FINAL THESIS115.015.0
097318----FINAL THESIS215.0

(a) It is possible to choose courses totaling 5 to 8 cfu (study plan total: 120-123 cfu)

1 Year courses - Track: DMI - DESIGN MANAGEMENT, INNOVATION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
096078B,CING-IND/35ACCOUNTING, FINANCE & CONTROL110.010.0
052795B,CING-IND/35STRATEGY & MARKETING110.0
[1.0Innovative teaching]
10.0
052796B,CING-IND/35LEADERSHIP & INNOVATION210.0
[2.0Innovative teaching]
10.0
096090B,CING-IND/17INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES110.020.0
096090B,CING-IND/17INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES210.0
096086B,CING-IND/16QUALITY ENGINEERING210.0
096088B,CING-IND/17OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT210.0
096088B,CING-IND/17OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT110.0
096089B,CING-IND/17LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT210.0
096089B,CING-IND/17LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT110.0
052909B,CING-IND/35BUSINESS & INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS210.0
[1.0Innovative teaching]
10.0
054665B,CING-IND/35BUSINESS & INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS210.0

2 Year courses - Track: DMI - DESIGN MANAGEMENT, INNOVATION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
052811B,CICAR/13
ING-IND/35
DESIGN MANAGEMENT LAB115.0
[5.0Innovative teaching]
15.0
098498B,CING-IND/35DESIGN STRATEGY AND ECONOMICS OF INNOVATION110.010.0
097313B,CING-IND/16ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING15.010.0
097362CICAR/13BRANDING AND COMMUNICATION25.0
097325B,CING-IND/17
ING-IND/35
DIGITAL BUSINESS INNOVATION25.0
097364B,CING-IND/35ENTREPRENEURSHIP ECONOMICS AND POLICY25.0
097317B,CING-IND/35MANAGEMENT OF DESIGN AND INNOVATION PROJECTS25.0
097327B,CING-IND/17PRODUCT LIFE CYCLE MANAGEMENT25.0
------Courses to be chosen from Group GESLM------13.0(a)
097318----FINAL THESIS115.015.0
097318----FINAL THESIS215.0

(a) It is possible to choose courses totaling 10 to 13 cfu (study plan total: 120-123 cfu)

1 Year courses - Track: EEM - ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
096078B,CING-IND/35ACCOUNTING, FINANCE & CONTROL110.010.0
052795B,CING-IND/35STRATEGY & MARKETING110.0
[1.0Innovative teaching]
10.0
052796B,CING-IND/35LEADERSHIP & INNOVATION210.0
[2.0Innovative teaching]
10.0
096090B,CING-IND/17INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES110.020.0
096090B,CING-IND/17INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES210.0
096086B,CING-IND/16QUALITY ENGINEERING210.0
096088B,CING-IND/17OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT210.0
096088B,CING-IND/17OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT110.0
096089B,CING-IND/17LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT210.0
096089B,CING-IND/17LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT110.0
052909B,CING-IND/35BUSINESS & INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS210.0
[1.0Innovative teaching]
10.0
054665B,CING-IND/35BUSINESS & INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS210.0

2 Year courses - Track: EEM - ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
052896B,CING-IND/17
ING-IND/35
ENERGY MANAGEMENT LAB210.0
[5.0Innovative teaching]
10.0
097350B,CING-IND/35MANAGEMENT OF ENERGY AND SUSTAINABILITY110.010.0
097335B,CING-IND/35ECONOMICS OF NETWORK INDUSTRIES25.05.0
097352B,CING-IND/17INDUSTRIAL ECO-EFFICIENCY15.05.0
051113CING-IND/10FUNDAMENTALS OF ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES15.05.0
097355B,CING-IND/35FINANCIAL RISK MANAGEMENT25.05.0
051509CIUS/10DIRITTO DELL'ENERGIA25.0
097356B,CING-IND/17INDUSTRIAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT B25.0
097321B,CING-IND/17OPERATIONS RISK MANAGEMENT AND RESILIENCE15.0
097334B,CING-IND/35SOCIAL INNOVATION15.0
097357CING-IND/09POWER PRODUCTION FROM RENEWABLE ENERGY C15.0
------Courses to be chosen from Group FREELM------8.0(a)
097318----FINAL THESIS115.015.0
097318----FINAL THESIS215.0

(a) It is possible to choose courses totaling 5 to 8 cfu (study plan total: 120-123 cfu)

1 Year courses - Track: FIN - FINANCE


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
096078B,CING-IND/35ACCOUNTING, FINANCE & CONTROL110.010.0
052795B,CING-IND/35STRATEGY & MARKETING110.0
[1.0Innovative teaching]
10.0
052796B,CING-IND/35LEADERSHIP & INNOVATION210.0
[2.0Innovative teaching]
10.0
096090B,CING-IND/17INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES110.020.0
096090B,CING-IND/17INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES210.0
096088B,CING-IND/17OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT210.0
096088B,CING-IND/17OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT110.0
096089B,CING-IND/17LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT210.0
096089B,CING-IND/17LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT110.0
052909B,CING-IND/35BUSINESS & INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS210.0
[1.0Innovative teaching]
10.0
054665B,CING-IND/35BUSINESS & INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS210.0

2 Year courses - Track: FIN - FINANCE


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
052802B,CING-IND/35FINANCE LAB + CORPORATE FINANCEA15.0
[5.0Innovative teaching]
15.0
098472B,CING-IND/35
SECS-P/01
FINANCIAL MARKETS AND INSTITUTIONS + MACROECONOMICS OF FINANCE110.010.0
097387CSECS-P/05FINANCIAL ECONOMETRICS25.05.0
097388B,CING-IND/35ENTREPRENEURIAL FINANCE15.0
097355B,CING-IND/35FINANCIAL RISK MANAGEMENT25.0
097391B,CING-IND/35INVESTMENT BANKING15.0
097387CSECS-P/05FINANCIAL ECONOMETRICS25.05.0
097388B,CING-IND/35ENTREPRENEURIAL FINANCE15.0
097364B,CING-IND/35ENTREPRENEURSHIP ECONOMICS AND POLICY25.0
097355B,CING-IND/35FINANCIAL RISK MANAGEMENT25.0
097391B,CING-IND/35INVESTMENT BANKING15.0
097321B,CING-IND/17OPERATIONS RISK MANAGEMENT AND RESILIENCE15.0
------Courses to be chosen from Group GESLM------5.0
------Courses to be chosen from Group FREELM (a)------8.0
097318----FINAL THESIS115.015.0
097318----FINAL THESIS215.0

(a) It is possible to choose courses totaling 5 to 8 cfu (study plan total: 120-123 cfu)

1 Year courses - Track: IB - INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
096078B,CING-IND/35ACCOUNTING, FINANCE & CONTROL110.010.0
052795B,CING-IND/35STRATEGY & MARKETING110.0
[1.0Innovative teaching]
10.0
052796B,CING-IND/35LEADERSHIP & INNOVATION210.0
[2.0Innovative teaching]
10.0
096090B,CING-IND/17INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES110.020.0
096090B,CING-IND/17INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES210.0
096088B,CING-IND/17OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT210.0
096088B,CING-IND/17OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT110.0
096089B,CING-IND/17LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT210.0
096089B,CING-IND/17LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT110.0
052909B,CING-IND/35BUSINESS & INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS210.0
[1.0Innovative teaching]
10.0
054665B,CING-IND/35BUSINESS & INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS210.0

2 Year courses - Track: IB - INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
052899B,CING-IND/17
ING-IND/35
INVEST IN FOREIGN MARKETS LAB215.0
[5.0Innovative teaching]
15.0
097367CSECS-P/01INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS110.010.0
097370B,CING-IND/35ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT OF MULTINATIONAL ENTERPRISES15.05.0
097374CSECS-P/02INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AND EUROPEAN INSTITUTIONS15.0
097370B,CING-IND/35ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT OF MULTINATIONAL ENTERPRISES15.05.0
053739B,CING-IND/17
ING-IND/35
GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAINS AND NETWORKS15.0
097316B,CING-IND/17INTERNATIONAL DISTRIBUTION25.0
097374CSECS-P/02INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AND EUROPEAN INSTITUTIONS15.0
------Courses to be chosen from Group GESLM------13.0(a)
097318----FINAL THESIS115.015.0
097318----FINAL THESIS215.0

(a) It is possible to choose courses totaling 10 to 13 cfu (study plan total: 120-123 cfu)

1 Year courses - Track: IM - INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
096078B,CING-IND/35ACCOUNTING, FINANCE & CONTROL110.010.0
052795B,CING-IND/35STRATEGY & MARKETING110.0
[1.0Innovative teaching]
10.0
052796B,CING-IND/35LEADERSHIP & INNOVATION210.0
[2.0Innovative teaching]
10.0
096090B,CING-IND/17INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES110.030.0
096090B,CING-IND/17INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES210.0
096086B,CING-IND/16QUALITY ENGINEERING210.0
096089B,CING-IND/17LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT210.0
096089B,CING-IND/17LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT110.0
096088B,CING-IND/17OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT210.0
096088B,CING-IND/17OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT110.0

2 Year courses - Track: IM - INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
052905B,CING-IND/17INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT LAB AND TOOLBOX115.0
[5.0Innovative teaching]
15.0
052908B,CING-IND/17INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT LAB AND TOOLBOX215.0
[5.0Innovative teaching]
097319B,CING-IND/17ASSET LIFE CYCLE MANAGEMENT110.010.0
097320B,CING-IND/17INDUSTRIAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT A110.0
097321B,CING-IND/17OPERATIONS RISK MANAGEMENT AND RESILIENCE15.05.0
097323B,CING-IND/17QUALITY MANAGEMENT15.0
097313B,CING-IND/16ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING15.05.0
097314B,CING-IND/16DE-MANUFACTURING15.0
097325B,CING-IND/17
ING-IND/35
DIGITAL BUSINESS INNOVATION25.0
097316B,CING-IND/17INTERNATIONAL DISTRIBUTION25.0
097327B,CING-IND/17PRODUCT LIFE CYCLE MANAGEMENT25.0
097315B,CING-IND/17SAFETY ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT15.0
053729B,CING-IND/17
ING-IND/35
PURCHASING AND SUPPLY MANAGEMENT15.0
------Courses to be chosen from Group FREELM------14.0(a)
097318----FINAL THESIS115.015.0
097318----FINAL THESIS215.0

(a) It is possible to choose courses totaling 10 to 14 cfu (study plan total: 120-124 cfu)

1 Year courses - Track: OSI - SUSTAINABLE OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT AND SOCIAL INNOVATION


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
096078B,CING-IND/35ACCOUNTING, FINANCE & CONTROL110.010.0
052795B,CING-IND/35STRATEGY & MARKETING110.0
[1.0Innovative teaching]
10.0
052796B,CING-IND/35LEADERSHIP & INNOVATION210.0
[2.0Innovative teaching]
10.0
096090B,CING-IND/17INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES110.030.0
096090B,CING-IND/17INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES210.0
096086B,CING-IND/16QUALITY ENGINEERING210.0
096089B,CING-IND/17LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT210.0
096089B,CING-IND/17LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT110.0
096088B,CING-IND/17OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT210.0
096088B,CING-IND/17OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT110.0

2 Year courses - Track: OSI - SUSTAINABLE OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT AND SOCIAL INNOVATION


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
052902B,CING-IND/17
ING-IND/35
SPS/04
BUSINESS IN TRANSFORMATION: SOCIAL AND SUSTAINABILITY CHALLENGES LAB115.0
[5.0Innovative teaching]
15.0
097333B,CING-IND/17ADVANCED AND SUSTAINABLE MANUFACTURING110.010.0
097334B,CING-IND/35SOCIAL INNOVATION15.05.0
097314B,CING-IND/16DE-MANUFACTURING15.05.0
097337B,CING-IND/35HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT25.0
097316B,CING-IND/17INTERNATIONAL DISTRIBUTION25.0
097335B,CING-IND/35ECONOMICS OF NETWORK INDUSTRIES25.0
097321B,CING-IND/17OPERATIONS RISK MANAGEMENT AND RESILIENCE15.0
097338CSPS/04POLICY ANALYSIS25.0
------Courses to be chosen from Group GESLM------5.0
------Courses to be chosen from Group FREELM (a)------8.0
097318----FINAL THESIS115.015.0
097318----FINAL THESIS215.0

(a) It is possible to choose courses totaling 5 to 8 cfu (study plan total: 120-123 cfu)

1 Year courses - Track: SCM - SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
096078B,CING-IND/35ACCOUNTING, FINANCE & CONTROL110.010.0
052795B,CING-IND/35STRATEGY & MARKETING110.0
[1.0Innovative teaching]
10.0
052796B,CING-IND/35LEADERSHIP & INNOVATION210.0
[2.0Innovative teaching]
10.0
096090B,CING-IND/17INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES110.020.0
096090B,CING-IND/17INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES210.0
096086B,CING-IND/16QUALITY ENGINEERING210.0
096088B,CING-IND/17OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT210.0
096088B,CING-IND/17OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT110.0
096089B,CING-IND/17LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT210.0
096089B,CING-IND/17LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT110.0
052909B,CING-IND/35BUSINESS & INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS210.0
[1.0Innovative teaching]
10.0
054665B,CING-IND/35BUSINESS & INDUSTRIAL ECONOMICS210.0

2 Year courses - Track: SCM - SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU CFU Group
052816B,CING-IND/35SUPPLIER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT LAB210.0
[5.0Innovative teaching]
10.0
052817B,CING-IND/17ADVANCED SUPPLY CHAIN PLANNING LAB210.0
[5.0Innovative teaching]
10.0
098406B,CING-IND/17
ING-IND/35
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT110.010.0
097325B,CING-IND/17
ING-IND/35
DIGITAL BUSINESS INNOVATION25.05.0
097316B,CING-IND/17INTERNATIONAL DISTRIBUTION25.0
097321B,CING-IND/17OPERATIONS RISK MANAGEMENT AND RESILIENCE15.0
097323B,CING-IND/17QUALITY MANAGEMENT15.0
------Courses to be chosen from Group FREELM------14.0(a)
097318----FINAL THESIS115.015.0
097318----FINAL THESIS215.0

(a) It is possible to choose courses totaling 10 to 14 cfu (study plan total: 120-124 cfu)

Courses of the Group FREELM


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU
052911 -- SECS-S/01 APPLIED STATISTICS 1 5.0
[1.0Innovative teaching]
099374 C ICAR/13
M-DEA/01
DESIGN METHODS 1 6.0
097681 C MAT/05 DISCRETE DYNAMICAL MODELS 1 5.0
052793 -- SECS-P/03 ECONOMICS AND PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT OF HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS 1 10.0
095909 C ING-IND/09 ENERGY CONVERSION A 1 10.0
097381 C ING-IND/10 ENGINEERING AND COOPERATION FOR DEVELOPMENT 1 8.0
096008 -- ING-IND/03 FLIGHT DYNAMICS 1 10.0
088976 C MAT/05 GAME THEORY 1 5.0
097451 -- ING-IND/15 HUMAN MODELLING IN ENGINEERING 1 6.0
097367 C SECS-P/01 INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS 1 10.0
097374 C SECS-P/02 INTERNATIONAL MARKETS AND EUROPEAN INSTITUTIONS 1 5.0
051112 C SECS-P/05 INTRODUCTORY ECONOMETRICS 1 5.0
052487 C INF/01 MACHINE LEARNING 1 5.0
095890 -- ING-IND/15 METHODS FOR VIRTUAL PROTOTYPING 1 6.0
097357 C ING-IND/09 POWER PRODUCTION FROM RENEWABLE ENERGY C 1 5.0
052537 C ING-INF/05 TECHNOLOGIES FOR INFORMATION SYSTEMS 1 5.0
[1.0Innovative teaching]
097598 -- ING-IND/15 VIRTUAL PROTOTYPING (C.I.) 1 10.0
051143 B,C ING-IND/16 ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING FOR SPACE AND AEROSPACE APPLICATIONS 2 6.0
095912 C ING-IND/10 ADVANCED THERMODYNAMICS AND THERMOECONOMICS 2 8.0
098449 C ICAR/13 BRANDING & COMMUNICATION 2 6.0
091023 C ING-INF/05 BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEMS 1 2 5.0
090874 C ING-INF/05 BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEMS 2 2 5.0
053480 C INF/01 COMPUTER SECURITY 2 5.0
097454 -- ING-IND/15 COMPUTER VISION AND REVERSE ENGINEERING 2 6.0
095898 C ING-INF/05 COMPUTING INFRASTRUCTURES 2 5.0
097741 C MAT/09 DECISION MODELS 2 5.0
099896 B,C ING-IND/14
ING-IND/16
DESIGN & MANUFACTURING 2 6.0
097384 C ING-INF/05 DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY 2 5.0
051509 C IUS/10 DIRITTO DELL'ENERGIA 2 5.0
097688 C ING-INF/05 ECONOMICS AND COMPUTATION 2 5.0
097387 C SECS-P/05 FINANCIAL ECONOMETRICS 2 5.0
095917 -- ING-IND/30 FUNDAMENTALS OF OIL AND GAS ENGINEERING 2 8.0
083903 C ING-IND/10 HEAT TRANSFER AND THERMAL ANALYSIS 2 6.0
099268 C ING-IND/14 MACHINE DESIGN 2 6.0
052320 B,C ING-IND/35 MANAGING TECHNOLOGY DISRUPTION 2 5.0
052079 C ING-IND/13
ING-IND/33
MOBILITY: INFRASTRUCTURES AND SERVICES 2 8.0
[4.0Innovative teaching]
097338 C SPS/04 POLICY ANALYSIS 2 5.0
095183 -- ING-IND/19 RELIABILITY, SAFETY AND RISK ANALYSIS A+B 2 10.0
052321 B,C ING-IND/35 STRATEGIC PLANNING IN REAL PRACTICE 2 5.0
092050 C ICAR/13 SYSTEM DESIGN FOR SUSTAINABILITY 2 6.0
095118 -- ING-IND/15 TECHNOLOGY FORECASTING AND RESEARCHING FUTURE 2 6.0

Courses of the Group GESLM


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem CFU
097313 B,C ING-IND/16 ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING 1 5.0
097333 B,C ING-IND/17 ADVANCED AND SUSTAINABLE MANUFACTURING 1 10.0
052911 -- SECS-S/01 APPLIED STATISTICS 1 5.0
[1.0Innovative teaching]
097319 B,C ING-IND/17 ASSET LIFE CYCLE MANAGEMENT 1 10.0
097749 B,C ING-IND/35 CORPORATE FINANCE B 1 5.0
097314 B,C ING-IND/16 DE-MANUFACTURING 1 5.0
098498 B,C ING-IND/35 DESIGN STRATEGY AND ECONOMICS OF INNOVATION 1 10.0
097748 B,C ING-IND/35 DIGITAL ETHICS 1 5.0
097681 C MAT/05 DISCRETE DYNAMICAL MODELS 1 5.0
097370 B,C ING-IND/35 ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT OF MULTINATIONAL ENTERPRISES 1 5.0
052793 -- SECS-P/03 ECONOMICS AND PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT OF HEALTH CARE SYSTEMS 1 10.0
097388 B,C ING-IND/35 ENTREPRENEURIAL FINANCE 1 5.0
098472 B,C ING-IND/35
SECS-P/01
FINANCIAL MARKETS AND INSTITUTIONS + MACROECONOMICS OF FINANCE 1 10.0
088976 C MAT/05 GAME THEORY 1 5.0
053739 B,C ING-IND/17
ING-IND/35
GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAINS AND NETWORKS 1 5.0
097352 B,C ING-IND/17 INDUSTRIAL ECO-EFFICIENCY 1 5.0
097404 B,C ING-IND/17 INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT TOOLBOX (MODELS AND TOOLS) 1 5.0
097320 B,C ING-IND/17 INDUSTRIAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT A 1 10.0
096090 B,C ING-IND/17 INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES 1 10.0
051112 C SECS-P/05 INTRODUCTORY ECONOMETRICS 1 5.0
097391 B,C ING-IND/35 INVESTMENT BANKING 1 5.0
096089 B,C ING-IND/17 LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT 1 10.0
052487 C INF/01 MACHINE LEARNING 1 5.0
097350 B,C ING-IND/35 MANAGEMENT OF ENERGY AND SUSTAINABILITY 1 10.0
097311 B,C ING-IND/16 MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS ENGINEERING 1 10.0
097380 B,C ING-IND/35 MULTICHANNEL CUSTOMER STRATEGY 1 10.0
096088 B,C ING-IND/17 OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 1 10.0
097321 B,C ING-IND/17 OPERATIONS RISK MANAGEMENT AND RESILIENCE 1 5.0
052912 B,C ING-IND/35 PUBLIC MANAGEMENT 1 5.0
[5.0Innovative teaching]
053729 B,C ING-IND/17
ING-IND/35
PURCHASING AND SUPPLY MANAGEMENT 1 5.0
097323 B,C ING-IND/17 QUALITY MANAGEMENT 1 5.0
097315 B,C ING-IND/17 SAFETY ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT 1 5.0
097334 B,C ING-IND/35 SOCIAL INNOVATION 1 5.0
053631 B,C ING-IND/17
ING-IND/35
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT 1 10.0
052537 C ING-INF/05 TECHNOLOGIES FOR INFORMATION SYSTEMS 1 5.0
[1.0Innovative teaching]
052817 B,C ING-IND/17 ADVANCED SUPPLY CHAIN PLANNING LAB 2 10.0
[5.0Innovative teaching]
091023 C ING-INF/05 BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEMS 1 2 5.0
090874 C ING-INF/05 BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEMS 2 2 5.0
089165 C ING-INF/05 COMPUTER SECURITY 2 5.0
095898 C ING-INF/05 COMPUTING INFRASTRUCTURES 2 5.0
096326 B,C ING-IND/17 CONSTRUCTION SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT 2 6.0
093289 B,C ING-IND/35 CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY 2 5.0
097741 C MAT/09 DECISION MODELS 2 5.0
097386 B,C ING-IND/35
SECS-P/01
DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS 2 8.0
097325 B,C ING-IND/17
ING-IND/35
DIGITAL BUSINESS INNOVATION 2 5.0
097384 C ING-INF/05 DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY 2 5.0
097688 C ING-INF/05 ECONOMICS AND COMPUTATION 2 5.0
097335 B,C ING-IND/35 ECONOMICS OF NETWORK INDUSTRIES 2 5.0
052896 B,C ING-IND/17
ING-IND/35
ENERGY MANAGEMENT LAB 2 10.0
[5.0Innovative teaching]
097364 B,C ING-IND/35 ENTREPRENEURSHIP ECONOMICS AND POLICY 2 5.0
097387 C SECS-P/05 FINANCIAL ECONOMETRICS 2 5.0
097355 B,C ING-IND/35 FINANCIAL RISK MANAGEMENT 2 5.0
097337 B,C ING-IND/35 HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT 2 5.0
097356 B,C ING-IND/17 INDUSTRIAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT B 2 5.0
096090 B,C ING-IND/17 INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES 2 10.0
097316 B,C ING-IND/17 INTERNATIONAL DISTRIBUTION 2 5.0
096089 B,C ING-IND/17 LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT 2 10.0
097317 B,C ING-IND/35 MANAGEMENT OF DESIGN AND INNOVATION PROJECTS 2 5.0
052320 B,C ING-IND/35 MANAGING TECHNOLOGY DISRUPTION 2 5.0
052079 C ING-IND/13
ING-IND/33
MOBILITY: INFRASTRUCTURES AND SERVICES 2 8.0
[4.0Innovative teaching]
096088 B,C ING-IND/17 OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 2 10.0
097327 B,C ING-IND/17 PRODUCT LIFE CYCLE MANAGEMENT 2 5.0
052803 B,C ING-IND/16 PRODUCTION FOR MADE IN ITALY LAB 2 10.0
[5.0Innovative teaching]
096086 B,C ING-IND/16 QUALITY ENGINEERING 2 10.0
052321 B,C ING-IND/35 STRATEGIC PLANNING IN REAL PRACTICE 2 5.0
052816 B,C ING-IND/35 SUPPLIER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT LAB 2 10.0
[5.0Innovative teaching]

FREELM and GESLM subjects

In order to ensure the interdisciplinary vocation of the MSc programme, at least 10 ECTS should be obtained through subjects that belong to disciplinary sectors (SSD) other than characterizing sectors. This requirement derives from the general educational guidelines of Politecnico di Milano that ground on the so-called “T shaped” training model, whereby the Bachelor of Science is aimed at ensuring deep domain competence and the Master of Science is aimed at developing horizontal and broad competence.

This condition is verified by default for some PSPA, instead in other PSPA the choice of at least 5 or 10 ECTS of subjects included in FREELM Group should be made by students as specified in details in the outline of the Study course (Manifesto degli Studi).

In the case the study plan already includes at least 10 credits other than the characterizing SSD, the student is given the possibility to choose which subjects they want to enter to complete the curriculum, including 5 or 10 ECTS of the GESLM Group, as explained in details in the outline of the Study course (Manifesto degli Studi).

It is recommended the inclusion of at least one methodological subject: 

  • 097741 (MAT/09) DECISION MODELS
  • 097681 (MAT/05) DISCRETE DYNAMICAL MODELS
  • 052487 (INF/01) MACHINE LEARNING
  • 097382 (SECS-S/01) APPLIED STATISTICS
  • 097688 (ING-INF/05) ECONOMICS AND COMPUTATION
  • 097740 (SECS-P/05) APPLIED ECONOMETRICS
  • 088976 (MAT/05) GAME THEORY
  • 097387 (SECS-P/05) FINANCIAL ECONOMETRICS

Laboratory

The number of credits that can be achieved through laboratories is 25 as a maximum.


Closed number subjects

The following subjects, characterised by a strong project vocation, or taught by top managers, are available for a limited number of students: 

092050  SYSTEM DESIGN FOR SUSTAINABILITY

098449  BRANDING & COMMUNICATION

099374  DESIGN METHODS

099896  DESIGN & MANUFACTURING

052321  STRATEGIC PLANNING IN REAL PRACTICE

052320  MANAGING TECHNOLOGY DISRUPTION


7.3.2 Teaching activities related to the previous teaching regulation (CL 404)


The exam sessions of all the modules taught in the previous academic year 2014-2015 are ensured.

Students enrolled in the 2014-2015 academic year can complete their study plan with modules of the new Master of Science in Management Engineering.

7.3.3 Internal Double Master of Science Degree


The Internal Double Master of Science degree programmes are joint programmes developed in cooperation with another Study Course with the aim of integrating the management engineer competence profile with different disciplines, in order to answer to the needs of some specific sectors through a new professional profile.

In the 2016-2017 academic years, the following Internal Double Master of Science degree programme will be run. For each programme, the preventively approved study plans (useful for the achievement of the master of Science degree in Management Engineering) are presented. Further information is available in the related Teaching Regulation of the Internal Double Master of Science degree.

7.3.3.1. Internal Double Master of Science degree in Management Engineering - Product-Service System Design
The description of the study programme of the Internal Double Master of Science degree in Management Engineering - Product-Service System Design is available at the following link: http://www.ingindinf.polimi.it/en/didactics/internal-double-degree-projects/ 

7.3.3.2. Internal Double Master of Science degree in Management Engineering – Management of Built Environment
The description of the study programme of the Internal Double Master of Science degree in Management Engineering – Management of Built Environment is available at the following link: http://www.ingindinf.polimi.it/en/didactics/internal-double-degree-projects/ 

7.3.3.3. Internal Double Master of Science degree in Management Engineering – Energy Engineering
The description of the study programme of the Internal Double Master of Science degree in Management Engineering – Energy Engineering is available at the following link: http://www.ingindinf.polimi.it/en/didactics/internal-double-degree-projects/ 



7.3.4 Stages


Stages done abroad as activities officially recognised by Politecnico di Milano, if they are not used within the Thesis’ work (see Paragraph 7.5) may be recognised as additional credits (and additional only). Each stage is worth a maximum of 10 credits, depending on the number of hours. The procedure to ask the recognition of the additional credits can be found at  http://www.dig.polimi.it/index.php?id=108&L=2 

7.4 Foreign language

Language courses
https://aunicalogin.polimi.it/aunicalogin/getservizio.xml?id_servizio=204&idApp=1&idLink=4330

7.5 Degree examination

The general procedures concerning the final graduation exam are included in the document “Final Graduation Exam Regulations” approved by the School Board in the meetings hold on 09/02/2017.

In addition to the above document, based on the specific characteristics of the Management Engeneering study programme, further requirements, approved by the School, are reported at the following link:

http://www.ingindinf.polimi.it/en/didactics/bachelors-and-masters-degree-exams/ 


Information concerning general rules and regulations, session calendars, registration and consignment of theses is available at
https://aunicalogin.polimi.it/aunicalogin/getservizio.xml?id_servizio=204&idApp=1&idLink=4361

8. Academic calendar

The Industrial and Information Engineering School calendar for the 2018/19 academic year is available on the School website (http://www.ingindinf.polimi.it/).


Academic calendar
https://aunicalogin.polimi.it/aunicalogin/getservizio.xml?id_servizio=204&idApp=1&idLink=4392

9. Faculty

The names of professors for each Course, together with their subject, will be available on the degree programme starting from the month of September.
The degree programme is annually published on the website of Politecnico di Milano.

10. Infrastructures and laboratories

Teaching activities take place at the premises of the Bovisa Campus (via Lambruschini 4, Milano) in modern and functional buildings equipped with computer laboratories. The Study Programme Board Secretary’s Office is on the ground floor of the building and is open to students in the morning.

Students are invited to regularly consult information and notices on the school websites:

 

Industrial and Information Engineering School http://www.ingindinf.polimi.it
Management and Engineering Program

http://www.dig.polimi.it/index.php?id=37&L=2 

 

A list of e-mail contacts is made available to students for obtaining specific information or for sending applications and requests.

Guidance and entrance tests (for students that are not enrolled):

ufficio.orientamento@polimi.it

Any information on the Bachelor Degree (e.g., transfers and recognition of exams, study tracks):

didattica.ges@polimi.it

Any information on the Master of Science (e.g., admissions, transfers and recognition of exams, exchanges, study tracks):

management-engineering@polimi.it  (didattica.ges@polimi.it)

Internships:

tirocini.ges@polimi.it

President of the Programme Council (CCS):

management-engineering@polimi.it

Student-elected representatives on the Programme Council:

studenticcs.ges@polimi.it

 


11. International context

As reported by a recent EQUIS (the European Quality Improvement System) survey, the Management Engineering degree is recognised as a programme of excellence creating a uniform professional profile which unites traditional fundamental engineering competencies with the organisational, corporate and productive skills typical of Business and Management Schools. About the 30% of the students enrolled in the Master of Science in Management Engineering is international.

There is a continuous growth of the number of foreign professors and of courses and seminars in English. In addition, there are numerous opportunities to study abroad in prestigious universities both in Europe and outside Europe (eg. exchange programs international seminars abroad, international double and dual degrees). To get acquainted with all available opportunities, you can consult the following link: https://www.polimi.it/en/services-and-opportunities/experience-abroad/ .

Among other opportunities, it is worthy of noticing that there are some agreements of International Double Degree (called Dual International Degree) with other prestigious European institutions, with a specific Management Engineering curriculum. From the year. 2016/2017, there will be also an experimental program, Alliance4Tech, which joins three prestigious European technical universities. For more information on these exchange programs and related participation mode, please refer to the website: http://www.dig.polimi.it/index.php?id=112&L=2

The exams taken abroad will be recognized in the curriculum according to the rules outlined in paragraph 12.1. The proposals made by students for an exchange program with foreign countries are subject to prior approval by a Commission appointed by the Board of Study Course. For requests and clarifications: management-engineering-erasmus@polimi.it. In order to support students with international experiences, the Commission has prepared a dedicated guideline that is available on the website:http://www.dig.polimi.it/index.php?id=112 The guideline is up to date and continuously revised to offer complete and timely information.

 


12. Internationalization

12.1 Requirements for the acceptance in exchange programmes

Since admission criteria for the Master of Science degree already exist, there are no additional rules to gain access to the international exchange programs, a part what defined in the calls by the University. However, the Commission keeps the right to check the whole curriculum (past and present activities) of each exchange programme candidate to verify the alignment of the student’s profile also with the expectations of the receiving institutions.

For the details concerning the selection process, reference should be made to the Guideline to International Exchanges, available at: http://www.dig.polimi.it/index.php?id=112&L=2

 

12.2 Credits which must be attained from the Politecnico di Milano

It is not possible to acquire credits related subject already frequented, which have not yet been taken. The evaluation of the subjects taken abroad will considered for the calculation of the final result, based on the rules defined by Politecnico di Milano. For double and dual programmes, the starting average is calculated based on the actual subjects that are valid for the achievement of the Master of Science degree of Politecnico di Milano.

Detailed information about the mobility plan and the validation of the exams are presented in the Guideline to International Exchanges, available at: http://www.dig.polimi.it/index.php?id=112&L=2


Information on exchange programmes, double degree projects and international internships, European research and international relations projects are available at
https://aunicalogin.polimi.it/aunicalogin/getservizio.xml?id_servizio=204&idApp=1&idLink=4683

13. Quantitative data

The Didactic Observation Unit and the Evaluation Nucleus perform periodic analysis on the overall results analysing the teaching activities and the integration of graduates into the work world. Reports and studies are available on the website of the Politecnico di MIlano.

14. Further information

For any further information, please visit the website of the School of Industrial and Information Engineering
http://www.ingindinf.polimi.it

Any amendments to this information will be made available on the Industrial and Information Engineering School website (http://www.ingindinf.polimi.it) and on the programme website ( http://www.dig.polimi.it/index.php?id=37&L=2 ).

Subject to availability of the School budget, a number of foreseen courses may not be run.


Only the original in Italian is valid.

15. Errata corrige