Bachelor of Systems Engineering Management

School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering

Admission profile

Applicants to this academic program must have the following qualities:

  • Global skills
  • Openness to cooperative learning and feedback
  • Willingness to work in class

Admission requirements


-Have successfully completed high school or equivalent studies.


-Meet all criteria established by UANL current standards and procedures


-Take the Admission Test EXANI-II, established by the National Center for the Evaluation of Higher Education (CENEVAL), the Selection Test, and the Engineering and Technology Diagnostic Test.


- Attend and pass the introductory courses for freshman students by UANL and the School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering.

Graduation profile


To educate systems engineering management experts who are capable of developing software applications and creating innovative solutions for decision-making. Our graduates will promote technology research and development as they meet social needs in the field of information technology.


General skills

Instrumental skills

  1. Following self-learning strategies at different levels and fields of knowledge enables effective decision-making in personal, academic, and professional areas.
  2. Using logical, mathematical, iconographic, verbal, and non-verbal language for the ecumenical interpretation and expression of ideas, feelings, and theories.
  3. Employing information and communication technologies for accessing information that eventually becomes knowledge as well as promoting learning and collaborative work through innovative techniques, having a constructive involvement in society.
  4. Mastering the mother language in spoken and written form, learning to communicate correctly and adapt messages to specific contexts in order to disseminate ideas and scientific knowledge.
  5. Analyzing natural events and social movements through creative logical thinking in order to propose relevant decisions according to social responsibility and the graduate’s own professional field.
  6. Speaking a second language, especially English, for proper communication in common, academic, professional, and scientific settings.
  7. Making academic and professional proposals based on the best global practices in different disciplines to encourage collaborative work.
  8. Applying new and traditional research methodologies for personal development and knowledge generations.

Personal and interpersonal skills

  1. Committing to cultural and social diversity while complying with the integration principle to promote spaces of harmonious coexistence for local, national, and international contexts.
  2. Facing emerging social challenges with a critical approach and academic-professional commitment in order to consolidate the general wellbeing as well as sustainable development.
  3. Practicing UANL values in personal and professional settings: truth, equity, honesty, freedom, solidarity, respect for life and others, peace, respect for nature, integrity, ethics, and justice, contributing to a sustainable society.

Consolidating skills

  1. Making innovative proposals based on a holistic understanding of reality to help overcome global challenges.
  2. Taking dedicated leadership in encouraging significant changes to fulfill social and professional needs.
  3. Solving problems in academic and professional areas through specific techniques for proper decision-making.
  4. Adapting easily to uncertain social and professional environments to have better living conditions.

Specific skills

Specific engineering skills

1. To analyze the components of a device, equipment, system, or process, identifying the connections with each other to obtain a structured, orderly, and coherent documentation of information received, including personal statements.
2. To create models in a mathematical language that can describe a system, phenomenon, or process behavior, setting out hypotheses to validate them using analytical methods or computational tools.
3. To solve engineering problems using the appropriate methodology while applying established models based on basic sciences, verifying the obtained results with an analytical method or with the support of a technological tool. Therefore, the solution is relevant and feasible, complying with quality standards and safety policies.
4. To apply methods and techniques of scientific and technological research while working in groups to generate and apply knowledge to develop engineering projects.

Specific skills of the program

1. Designing, integrating and managing information technology projects by means of mathematical methods and computer tools to fulfill the client’s needs with innovative, emerging solutions that cover all legal, quality, and safety standards.
2. Managing and integrating information technology systems areas such as human resources, finance, and technical support.
3. Participating in the creation of scientific and technological knowledge based on quality as well as continuous improvement.

Labor market

Areas Jobs
Public and private organizations; companies; educational institutions; professional services; research centers; freelance work.



  • Design, development, implementation, and optimization of information systems for control and decision-making through operations software and teleprocessing.
  • Management of information systems use and development.

Graduation requirements


-Have completed the 220 total credits of the academic program.
-Have concluded the academic program in a minimum of 10 semesters or a maximum of 20 semesters.
-Have carried out the mandatory learning service.


-Meet all criteria established by UANL current standards and procedures.


-Fill out the graduation survey and the UANL job bank application at the Learning Service and Business Office of the School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering.




CIEES Level 1


Interinstitutional Committees for the Evaluation of Higher Education

Accreditor's acronym



Posted by: Department of Undergraduate Studies