The Industrial Planning Concentration was introduced under the scope of the double program Industrial Engineering and Management in order to meet the demand from high school graduates wishing to follow a career in production/operation, marketing, finance and human resources, with the aim of achieving a position as General Manager. The combination of two disciplines – Industrial Engineering and Management – provides students with a thorough grounding in business models and management systems which enables graduates to meet the demands of the market.
Prospective Career of the Graduate
Industrial Engineering and Management graduates will be able to use their acquired skills in a wide range of professions, as entrepreneurs, and working as management and business consultants, middle managers in a range of industries . By demonstrating the competencies listed above, graduates will be ready to face dynamic challenges of business. The type of works are doing are but not limited to: Service Industry: Client Management, Commercial Banking and Real Estate, Financial Consulting, Health Systems, and Human Resource Consulting Manufacturing Industry: Inventory Management, Logistics, Operation Management, Production Management, and Warehousing Research and Development: Data Analysis, Environmental Protection and Preservation, and Human Factors Engineering Business and Management: Business Strategy, Investment Banking, Management Analysis, Project Management, and Business Development Information Technology: Computer Integration, Database Design, Telecommunication, and Web Development Education: Teaching and Research
The curriculum for the double program Industrial Engineering and Management at BINUS UNIVERSITY includes elements from the National Curriculum of Tertiary Educational Institutions and local material for the Industrial Planning component. Therefore the dual program of Industrial Engineering and Management is not only the combination of two
study programs but it also has special elements not available on individual programs.
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