Introduction to Industrial Engineering and Management
Form of learning:
The aim of the course is to give students a basic proficiency in production economic thinking, argumentation and analysis. Upon completing the course, the student masters the basic concepts and key dynamics of production as an economic activity, and is through these able to understand and evaluate business-opportunities, design and evaluate business-processes, and analyze the financial state of a business. Further, throughout the course, the student learns basic skills of engineering work, such as project planning, -organizing and -management.
Industrial engineering and management as a science; Value as the foundation of business; Production systems and organizations; The production process and production control; Production as part of the value chain; Projects and investments; Accounting and profitability.