Course Objectives / Student Profile
The aims of the Professional Master in Operations Research and Computational Intelligence course can be described as follows:
- To enable human resources to attend to the needs in the industrial sector and encourage technological innovations in their working environment.
- To establish, in conjunction with the regional industrial sector, permanent interactive relations to promote technological development.
- To qualify professionals with market expertise for applied research and possible participation in graduation teaching (especially in technological disciplines, proper to the professional cycle).
The professional profile can be defined by the following characteristics:
- A clear technical-scientific understanding. The professional who is a Master in Operations Research and Computational Intelligence should have a technological view without compromising the scientific approach.
- Ability to innovate and search for opportunities. Those who are masters should be able to apply their acquired knowledge in the market. This way, they will be able to maintain the exchange of experience and knowledge with the University in terms of continuously feeding back the “academy-productive system” binomial with new demands creating, this way, research projects.
- Research assistant. Those who are masters should have the ability to keep researching as technical support for research groups.