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Industrial Asset Management - Master's Degree Programme

With a master's degree in Industrial asset management students will have acquired expertise that is much in demand in various industrial sectors today. Industrial Asset Management is a multidisciplinary program combining engineering disciplines with important operational management components to provide the new generation of engineers with core competencies for challenging and competitive careers. The Master in Industrial asset management has two specialization areas; Technical and operational integrity and Innovation and entrepreneurship.
Graduated students will obtain competitive competence on a Master degree level in technology, and will develop knowledge related to engineering, operations, and management of advanced and complex industrial facilities/systems in private and public organizations. They will be able to apply the knowledge obtained in challenging industrial environments in all life cycle phases of complex engineering systems, (i.e. design, construction, installation, operation, maintenance, modification and removal).
In general, graduate students will be qualified to participate in a range of engineering and operational tasks, both in private and public sectors. As the study program consists of general principles and methods, they will be able to resolve challenges on advanced engineering and operational levels even outside the area of specialization in cooperation with experts from various other fields. Hence, the graduates will be qualified for many attractive job positions in offshore as well as traditional industries.


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Moreover, a completed master's degree with a minimum average grade B for Subjects and grade A or B for Master thesis may qualify for admission to the PhD study in Offshore Technology at the University of Stavanger.


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Department of Mechanical and Structural Engineering and Materials Science, Phone +47 51 83 17 47, E-mail: tn-ikm@uis.no