Universidad Panamericana | Faculty of Engineering Academic Offering Bachelor's Degree in Industrial Engineering

Industrial Engineering Program

In Industrial Engineering we train professionals capable of positively impacting the results of organizations in global contexts.


Our curriculum is updated for the demands of current and future companies, covering areas such as Big Data, industry overview, international certifications, and Industry 4.0.


Agreements with companies and strategic institutions allow our students to participate in projects and competitions through which they develop differentiating competencies, which later turn them into professionals with high prestige and positioning in the labor field. In addition to the participation in different competitions and projects of the career as MIT, FlexSim, Formula SAE, Robotics.


*In the companies listed I would add Amazon, DHL, ABinBev and change COMPAS to Mercedes Benz de Mexico.

Industrial Engineering degree programmes
  1. Aguscalientes


We are looking for people who stand out for their innovation and creativity, as well as a genuine interest in problem solving.


  • Interest in changing and improving their environment through analysis and problem solving.
  • A taste for basic sciences, systems, technologies of different types and teamwork.
  • High sense of responsibility and motivation to develop work of professional excellence and social impact.
  • Constant search for continuous improvement opportunities.


Our Industrial Engineering graduates stand out for a series of knowledge and skills that enable them to offer solutions to social problems through the development of processes.


  • A technological and human approach, continuously oriented towards change and improvement. 
  • Ability to look at the company as a whole. 
  • Knowledge on how to optimise material, financial and production resources in order to make the best decisions.
  • Profound human and social sense.
  • Data-driven decision making skills.
  • Managerial skills in the different areas of the industry.
  • Differential Calculus
  • Algebra
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Algorithm analysis and design
  • History of culture
  • Integral Calculus
  • Linear algebra
  • Computer Aided Design
  • Object-oriented programming
  • Accounting and costs
  • Editorial staff
  • Person and society
  • Vector Calculus
  • Differential equations
  • Probability
  • Thermodynamics
  • Mechanics
  • Information systems
  • Ethics
  • Methods engineering
  • Operations research
  • Analysis and interpretation of financial information
  • Statistics
  • Materials engineering
  • Electricity and magnetism
  • Theological Anthropology I
  • Probabilistic models
  • Process control
  • Design of experiments
  • Introduction to logistics
  • Electrical circuits
  • Marketing fundamentals
  • Theological Anthropology II
  • Manufacturing processes
  • Quality management
  • Investment projects and introduction to business evaluation
  • Operations management
  • Topics in industrial installations
  • Discrete simulation
  • Social philosophy
  • Lean manufacturing
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Supply chain management
  • Project management
  • Product and process design
  • Man and the contemporary world
  • Investment portfolios (elective)
  • Energy optimization and control (elective)
  • Integrated manufacturing systems
  • Design of industrial facilities and services
  • Company management
  • Human resources
  • Professional ethics
  • Sustainability and energy regulations (elective)
  • Legal framework for innovation (optional subject)
International Exchange Network
  1. Germany: Hochschule Trier.
  2. Saudi Arabia: King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Thuwal.
  3. United Arab Emirates: Khalifa University, Abu Dhabi.
  4. United States: Genesys Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)/UP Project: Latin American MSME Support Project; Wayne State University, Detroit; California State University in Fresno, CA; Illinois University.
  5. Japan: Teikyo University, Tokyo; Shibaura Institute of Technology, Tokyo.

In Industrial Engineering we have agreements with more than 100 universities around the world for semester exchanges.

Forms of Qualification
  1. Graduate Credits, 4+1 modality.
  2. 4 years of study plus 1 year of Specialization

"I am grateful to have studied at Universidad Panamericana, because I generated a way of thinking that allows me to make decisions both in my role as a director and in my personal life. I developed analytical skills that gave me a foundation not only for production and operations positions, but also for commercial and strategic positions."

Alfredo Guevara, Bachelor's degree in Industrial Engineering, class 2010

"Studying Industrial Engineering at Universidad Panamericana allowed me to open my perspective on an organization, analyze all areas within it, both productive and administrative, and see the connection between them for the best decision making and maximum optimization of resources."

Camila Campos Padilla, Bachelor's degree in Industrial Engineering, class of 2015.

"Studying Industrial Engineering at Universidad Panamericana not only gave me the necessary skills to be an excellent professional, but also the values to be an excellent person. In addition, with its agreements with the most important companies in Mexico, I was able to apply what I learned always with the support of the Faculty."

Andrés Luna Sagredo, Bachelor's degree in Industrial Engineering, class of 2020.

"I decided to study Industrial Engineering at Universidad Panamericana because of its dynamism and versatility. It has given me the basis to face and solve technical and moral problems, professionally and personally. It helps you not to conform, deciding your own path and reach any goal you set for yourself."

Esteban Sainz, Bachelor's degree in Industrial Engineering, class of 2012.

"Studying Industrial Engineering at Universidad Panamericana was a professional platform that helped me to acquire solid concepts about the different activities that I can perform at work. But the most important thing was the comprehensive training that the university provided me, as it has helped me to face different situations, personal and professional, successfully."

Rafael Muñoz, Bachelor's degree in Industrial Engineering, class of 2008.

"Studying at Universidad Panamericana not only trained me professionally, but also gave me a comprehensive education, developing skills to know myself and develop myself better as a person, so as to better understand the world and seek not only the growth of the company, but also of all the people around me."

Augusto Díaz Ramos, Industrial Engineering degree, class of 2000.

"Having had the honor of studying Industrial Engineering at Universidad Panamericana was the backbone of my academic formation that forged the integral way in which I visualize the global, corporate and social environment, keeping the focus on what it is up to me to contribute to achieve a prosperous society with a cause."

Guillermo Madrazo, Bachelor's degree in Industrial Engineering, class of 2007.

"The Industrial Engineering career at Universidad Panamericana provided me with the necessary tools to perform in the industry, but above all it taught me that the person is the center of any company and that human quality is the key to success."

Oscar Martínez Correa, Bachelor's degree in Industrial Engineering, class of 2010.

"Studying at Universidad Panamericana helped me focus my efforts towards my future. I studied abroad; I learned about personal paradigms and now I am an engineer with the experience, confidence and skills needed to excel in this ever-changing world."

Cristóbal Martínez, Bachelor's degree in Industrial Engineering, class of 2014.