Industrial Engineering and Management

Industrial Engineering and Management

The study program was established in 1998 within the framework of the international Nordic-Baltic network of technical universities BALTECH (now NORDTEK) with the aim of providing graduates in engineering and natural sciences with an opportunity to deepen their professional knowledge, and, at the same time, develop managerial competencies, providing a complex understanding of engineering systems and their management.
The program content provides an interdisciplinary approach and student-centered education, providing students with in-depth knowledge in industrial engineering and management. Within the framework of the study program, the students acquire knowledge of industrial systems and management processes in companies during the previous study period in the different fields of engineering sciences. Within the study program, there are opportunities to expand their knowledge in the participating universities of NORDTEK (Tallinn University of Technology (Estonia), Riga Technical University (Latvia), Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania), Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (Lithuania), Linkoping University (Sweden), Lund University (Sweden) and the Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden), thus ensuring a high level of study quality and allowing students to participate in inter-university mobility.

Short about programme
Faculty of Engineering Economics and Management
Programme type and level
Academic Master (Second Cycle) Studies
Study field
Management and Administration, Real Estate Management
Study form
Full-time studies

Awarded degree and qualification
Master degree of social science in industrial engineering and management
Required previous education
Bachelor degree or fifth level professional qualification in engineering science and technologies, or comparable education
Price per year
€ 4 490 - EU countries
€ 4 490 - Non EU countries
Credit point amount
Duration of studies
Full-time studies - 2 years

The aims of the program are to create and develop students' competence in industrial engineering and management; to develop professional, creative and research skills by preparing socially responsible interdisciplinary professionals capable of providing integrated and effective systems management in a variety of industries, as well as value-added research.


The tasks of the study program are to:
– provide competitive education in industrial engineering and management, providing students with comprehensive knowledge and developing competencies relevant to the labor market, while fostering interest in further education and training to enhance academic and professional knowledge;
– stimulate students' interest in the processes taking place in society to promote their development of into a positive, up-to-date, responsible and capable personalities who are able to critically assess situations and make independent, informed decisions;
– promote research and practical applications of the results obtained within organizations;
– facilitate cooperation between academic staff, students, and study program administrators for the continuous improvement of the study process and the conduct of scientific research;
– promote international mobility of students and academic staff, promote participation in projects, ensure a study process in line with international standards, attracting domestic and foreign faculty and professionals.


Graduates of the study program may work as a Systems Management Engineer, Manufacturing Company Manager, as a manager of a production company specializing in the development or maintenance of sophisticated engineering systems, as an engineering system management specialist in companies and organizations of any size, or as a self-employed or individual merchant.


Graduates have the opportunity to continue their studies in doctoral study programs.

Specific conditions

A Bachelor's degree in engineering and technology or fifth-level professional qualification or equivalent.