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International Autumn Semester

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Management and Industrial Engineering Module

Intelligent Control Systems with LabView (6 ECTS)

Graduates must acquire, between others, the ability to become familiar with the use of control techniques and technologies of industrial process automation. LabVIEW is currently a standard tool in the industry for design and implementation of industrial control, especially in the areas of control, instrumentation and electronics. This course focuses on providing the students with sufficient theoretical, practical, and technological knowledge to address the planning and proposal of industrial control solutions. The course also uses LabVIEW as a design and implementation tool deepening in the development of industrial control applications. These aspects form one of the main working environments for the engineer.

Intelligent Control Systems with LabView Bachelor's Degree 

Intelligent Control Systems with LabView Master's Degree


Technological Innovation and Entrepreneurship (6 ECTS)

Innovation is a key element in any successful company. Although the skills to foresee improving opportunities can rest on any employees abilities, usually this task lies on the shoulders of its R&D engineers. By having deep knowledge in the company product technologies, engineers create and engender new ideas which increase business opportunities.

Entrepreneurship is the ability to bring these innovative ideas into new real successful products, by means of deeply assessing multidisciplinary aspects surrounding the new idea, well before becoming a real product. Furthermore, it is an inevitable step for any successful product in the market. This competence helps innovating and having great ideas while teaches keeping the feet on the ground and be realistic.

Technological Innovation and Entrepreneurship  Bachelor´s Degree

Technological Innovation and Entrepreneurship  Master's Degree


Management Skills for Engineers (6 ECTS)

The best engineers are often highly effective managers and leaders. We define skills as practical capacities that generate an added value. In that sense, effective engineers use their skills in two distinct areas: processes and projects. Both of them are deployed with a clear focus on stakeholder satisfaction. Customers, workers, suppliers, shareholders and citizens demand organisations structured by improvement teams and individuals with a high performance-based culture. During the semester, a systematic description of the main management skills needed in public and private companies will be provided. In addition, a review of the most relevant role models and best-in-class companies will be revised.

Management Skills for Engineers Bachelor's Degree

Management Skills for Engineers Master's Degree


Business Administration (6 ECTS)

Engineering students in the industrial area must be able to apply their knowledge to task completion and problem solving in areas related to business administration. Therefore, it is essential to train competent people in the different disciplines related to this field. The main objective of this subject is to introduce students to the world of business, so that they familiarize themselves with the different subsystems (production, commercial, financial...), and can apply the most appropriate techniques in each case.

Business Administration 


Manufacturing systems (6 ECTS) 

This subject develops, firstly, the analysis of the main manufacturing technologies. Next, the numerical calculation methods for the determination of the working conditions of the different technologies are presented. Finally, advanced manufacturing processes will be analysed as well as those in technological boom. Welding joining processes will also be studied.

 Manufacturing systems

ICT Module

Introduction to Computing (6 ECTS)

Computer engineering professionals must use computers intensively, whatever their specialization area is. It is of paramount importance for them to know how to represent, store, process and transfer information using computers to maximize their capacities.

During this subject basic computing concepts will be introduced, along with hardware and software basics, to facilitate the acquisition of knowledge about how the different elements get together in a coherent way.

Introduction to Computing


Technical & Scientific Programming (6 ECTS) 

Students will work with data structures (vectors and matrices) using a high-level language that facilitates the understanding of the concepts, making the work with data transparent and simpler. In addition, students will use specific packages and libraries that allow the graphical representation and visualization of data, as well as the development of interactive web applications for data visualization.

Technical & Scientific Programming


Telematics (6 ECTS)

Graduates in Computer Engineering must be able to design and implement telematics services and applications, applying communication protocols design techniques, network topologies and distributed application architectures. The main contribution of the subject of Telematics to the degree in Computer Engineeting is the ability to conceptualize and develop systems and centralized or decentralized computer architectures, integrating hardware, software and networking capabilities. In particular, this subject focuses on the design and operation of the TCP/IP Internet protocol stack and its flexibility for designing different types of telematics services.


Software Design (6 ECTS)

One of the key roles of graduates in Computing is the design and implementation of software solutions. If we analyse the life cycle of a software system, the second fundamental step is the design of the product to be built. In this course, students acquire the skills necessary for the design of distributed object-oriented software solutions, using UML as modeling notation and applying well-known design patterns, as well as heuristics and best practices.

Therefore, this subject's contribution to the professional profile (from a competence perspective) is related to problem solving skills and system, component and application design, using a systemic approach (as well as creative and innovative), starting from existing requirements and taking into consideration different criteria for the evaluation of alternative solutions.

Software Design


Industrial Design Module

Methodology and creativity (6 ECTS)

Methodology and creativity are two essential elements for design. On one hand, a designer must be able to plan and structure a suitable design process that ensures accomplishing the final goal. On the other hand, creativity and existing related tools and methods are key to identify and generate innovative ideas and concepts that industrial design offers.

Methodology and creativity


Digital Fabrication Technologies (6 ECTS)

This course combines open source and/or commercially available software with rapid prototyping equipment such as laser cutter, 3D printers, vinyl cutter and milling machines. Students will fabricate different assignments during the semester learning how to do the fabrication on their own and sharing the experience with others.

In this concept, students will "create rather than consume technology" while "locally design and fabricate solutions" removing barriers such as access to equipment, access to expertise or even access to knowhow.

Digital Fabrication Technologies Bachelor´s Degree

Digital Fabrication Technologies  Master's Degree


Generic courses

Statistics (6 ECTS)

Statistics belongs to a group of subjects focused on providing the student with a solid scientific base for the study of the other subjects of the grade. The knowledge and skills achieved are a core for engineering professionals, in order to extract information from large amount of data and analyse it. Statistics subject provides powerful tools in main engineering areas for improving quality in services or products and also for modelling phenomena or physical behaviours.It also helps to understand stochastic phenomena and predict their behaviour more efficiently



Electrotechnics (6 ECTS)

Electrotechnics is a basic subject, whose main objective is to give the student a wide knowledge of electric circuits. That is, once passed this subject, the student will identify and apply different methods for the resolution of electric circuits, and will apply the related terminology and formulation.



Thermodynamics (6 ECTS)

Industrial application engineers need a solid knowledge in Thermodynamics regarding that multiple industrial developments are based on it. Thermodynamics are the base of the study of all the thermal machines as combustion engines, both gas and vapor turbines, cooling machines, air conditioning systems... The thermodynamic study of all these devices allows the analysis of their working parameters such as power, dissipated heat, efficiency.



Student R&D Projects - Admission Requirements and Application.

Supervised Project (12,18,24,30 ECTS)

The project gives the student the opportunity to consolidate previously acquired skills and knowledge and to demonstrate their ability to acquire new knowledge in solving a problem.
It is also important for developing the ability to communicate ideas effectively. Planning and organisation of time is essential since the project can be a substantial part of the semester workload.

Supervised Project


Engineering Project

Students are welcome to apply for a position to develop their bachelor/master thesis/ project or as interns at our research center, DeustoTech. Download a general overview of the project topics.

Find out more about our research lines, visit DeustoTech website.

Students interested in applying for a bachelor/master thesis/ project must submit their CV, transcript of records and a motivation letter (indicating the area of interest for their project) as part of their mobility application. 

Admission Requirements and Application

Students must contact the International Relations Office of their home university and find out whether there is an exchange agreement with Deusto. If this is the case, their exchange coordinator must send a nomination for the exchange to Deusto.
Once accepted, the student will receive an email instructing how to proceed. Students must submit their CV, transcript of records and a motivation letter (indicating the area of interest for their project) as part of their application.