Join | Print Page | Contact Us | Sign In
News & Press: Members in the News

Autonomous University of Aguascalientes Offers Baccalaureate Degree in Production and Service Mgmt

Wednesday, April 13, 2016   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Melinda Dorning

·       UAA´s specialized program responds to demands of investment and industrial developments from the productive sector.

 ·       More than 85% of the alumni  from the Baccalaureate Degree in Production and Service Management are positioned in sectors such as automotive, textile, food, metal mechanics, software development and government agencies.

"In response to the development and investment plans of the state and region, Autonomous University of Aguascalientes is offering the Baccalaureate Degree in Production and Service Management, with graduates who are specialized professionals with a solid support in the administrative and technical area that allows them to be involved effectively in the different areas between engineering and management," said Zaida Antoinette Mora Alvarez, head of the Human Resources Department of the Center for Economic and Administrative Sciences.

Mora Alvarez said that about 86% of alumni are working in businesses and service organizations, being positioned in the areas of planning, production control, materials handling and assessment of suppliers in the automotive sector; in process management and quality in the textile sector; in quality assurance and production planning in the food industry and engineering sector; as well as in management and maintenance in the software development companies and government agencies.

Mora Alvarez pointed out that Production and Service Managers are not only oriented to analysis and identification of opportunities for improvement and efficiency in production processes, but also to management of continuous improvement systems with a focus on team working and projects management.

This baccalaureate program of the UAA, certified nationally for its quality and internationally accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business School and Programs (ACBSP), has an integral curriculum that not only trains its students to determine and estimate time and production cost and services, but also has a focus on lean manufacturing and lean services, the definition of service systems (named “servuccion”), environmental management, security, certification, standardization and development of quality culture models, to name a few examples.

  • The Alliance for Performance Excellence
  • Bloomberg Businessweek
  • Campus Labs
  • Capsim
  • CarringtonCrisp
  • Cengage Learning
  • CHEA International Quality Group
  • Chinese Management Association
  • Edevate
  • Eduvantis
  • ETS
  • Enactus
  • Global Academy of Financial Management International Board of Standards
  • Institute of Management Accountants
  • Interpretive Simulations
  • Keystone Academic Solutions
  • Latin American Council of Management Schools
  • Midstates Group
  • Peregrine Academic Services
  • PlanningShop
  • Project Management Institute
  • Skyfactor
  • PRME - Principles for Responsible Management Education
  • Worldstrides