Students who select Financial Engineering will specialize in fields related to:
- General operations and market behaviour of financial products
- Portfolio management and financial investment
- Risk management and high-risk investment
- Price determination for negotiable financial products
- Synthesis, behaviour and output of financial products
- Modelling, analysis and design of stochastic processes
- Currency equivalents, special banking services.
Students who choose Management Engineering will specialize in fields related to:
- Technical and financial management of projects
- Programming and control of the production process, supply control, resource programming, computerized design and manufacturing of products
- Decision-making in technical and/or management systems, private and public enterprises and industry organizations
- Strategic management, cost-benefit studies, business and marketing plans
- Use of supply chain and logistics
- Development and application of quality control systems in production and service industries.
- Human resources, change management and reengineering issues
- Tools and methodologies for business process management, and support for business processes using relevant information systems
- E-business development, web services, web-enabled analytics, business intelligence, Enterprise Information Systems
- Technology and innovation management issues
More specifically, curriculum offers, among others, the following courses:
Operations research II, Supply chain management I, Modeling Analysis and design of stochastic systems, Production systems, Project management, Systems reliability, Cost-benefit analysis and investment decisions, Design of new products, Supply chain management II, Quality systems, E-business and management of the networked enterprise.
Track descriptions are meant to be indicative rather than inclusive or restrictive in terms of areas. The curriculum allows students to select from all tracks, enabling FME graduates to shape an individual professional profile. All FME graduates will be qualified to seek employment in the following fields:
- Cost analysis, budget control
- Environmental ramifications of industrial and financial systems
- Information technology, including computer programming, networks and data bases
- Financial feasibility analysis of information technology applications
- Scientific analysis and processing of data and information
- General financial, social, economic, organization and business studies.