The Master's Degree in Multidisciplinary Systems Engineering receives accreditation from ANECA

Universidad Europea is offering 40 places in the first year of the Master and the enrollment period will be open until the end of September

The Spanish National Agency for Quality Assurance and Accreditation (ANECA) has issued a favorable report on the Master's Degree in Multidisciplinary Systems Engineering at Universidad Europea, which makes this postgraduate program intended for project or program managers, technical directors, engineering managers, engineers, and consultants an accredited degree.

This is the first accredited master's degree in systems engineering with a multidisciplinary focus in Spain and it features collaboration with companies such as Isdefe, Navantia, Altran, Alten, CT Ingenieros, AKKA, and MBDA, among others. Its aim is to offer specialized training so that students will be able to cover all phases of the life cycle of a complex system, beginning with its conception and design, continuing with its implementation and roll-out, and ending with the modernization and shut-down of the system as it responds to the evolution of projects in our country and the rest of the world.

Therefore, the central topics of the Master—which will be organized in eight mandatory theoretical-practical modules, one elective module, and the master's thesis—are systems engineering, management and organization, systems design and architecture, requirements engineering, integrated logistical support that allows for the systems to be sustained over time and modernized or shut down, the integration of the various subsystems that form a system of systems along with their verification and validation, and contracting and supply.

As director of the Master Leopoldo Santos states, “Engineering is a field on the rise, which until now in Spain did not have a suitable educational framework. For this reason, Universidad Europea wanted to provide training that was in line with the industry's needs and demands. This degree program exists in all of our neighboring countries such as France, Italy, Germany, Netherlands, and the United Kingdom, as well as in the U.S., Canada, and Australia.” “The future is very promising and the chances of working in one of the most important engineering companies in our country are very high,” adds Santos.

This Master's differentiating factor lies in its ability to provide a systematic vision of projects, integrating people, products and processes; to facilitate decision making with a comprehensive vision, control, and cost savings; and to provide the ability to anticipate problems and solutions; as well as the ability to analyze, synthesize, and reasonably manage uncertainty.

Lastly, this year 40 places will be offered in the Master, and the enrollment period will be open until the end of September. However, students who enroll before June 30 will receive a 30% discount on their place reservation fee.