Master’s Degree in Industrial Business Management
Due to its clearly defined professional nature, the aim of the Master’s Degree in Industrial Management is to offer additional education to recent university graduates with technical or scientific degrees. For their future professional careers, this Master’s Degree will enable them to access employment opportunities in business administration and management, particularly in industrial companies.
As the Master’s Degree in Industrial Management broadens students’ business knowledge, it is an opportunity to apply the technical and scientific skills acquired during their undergraduate studies into practice in the business world.
Analysing existing relations in the global economic environment, the economic factors involved, and their repercussions on companies
In-depth analysis of consumer and customer needs using the following tools: product, price, promotion, and distribution
QS is strongly committed to educational quality and has established different processes to ensure continuous improvement through the IQS School of Management Quality Committee, a Quality department and a Quality Manual.
IQS has received accreditation from the AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), the first international accreditation organisation for business and accounting studies. All undergraduate, Master’s and Doctoral level studies at the IQS School of Management feature this international accreditation and acknowledgment.
All study programmes in the IQS School of Management boast AACSB accreditation.
On 18 July 2011 the IQS School of Management officially applied to join the AUDIT programme, under the extension mode, adopting the SGIC (Internal Quality Control System) manual from the IQS School of Engineering, which had been presented to the AQU (University Quality Agency) for approval in AUDIT 2009 and was accepted on 22 April 2010.
On 13 December 2012, the IQS School of Engineering received the approval from AQU, adopting the SGIC manual from the IQS School of Engineering.
In November 2014, the Evaluation Committee of the AQU visited the IQS to accredit the degrees offered by the IQS School of Management whose accreditation period had lapsed due to subsequent legislative changes. All the study programmes tested received favourable outcomes.
With a strong professional orientation, the programme aims to prepare students to perform professional activities in business administration and management, mainly in industrial companies, such as the food, automotive, electronics, telecommunication, capital goods manufacturers, wood, metal, textile, and chemical industries.
Graduates will be able to develop their professional activity in the fields of marketing, finance, human resources, management or quality control, and strategic management. They will also be able to set up and manage small- to medium-sized companies or work in business administration and management departments in public organisations.