Bachelor in Industrial Operations and Digitalization
This program in Industrial Operations and Digitalization (IOD) aims to train middle managers, real managers of technological evolution and digital technology, with a multi-disciplinary expertise level, to integrate automation occupations, Computer Science, Mechanics, Aeronautics, Maintenance, Pneumatics and Hydraulics, Quality and Safety, within a single project for the purpose of concrete completion and technical supervision.
At the end of the training, the students will be able to:
Promote technological and managerial tools for continuous improvement by digitizing production and maintenance operations within Moroccan companies.
Integrate the human, organizational and economic dimensions of the company.
Establish the basic sciences in Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Oil Hydraulics and Industrial Maintenance.
Implement tools and methodologies for digitizing industrial systems.
Implement methods allowing fast integration of the industrial reality by a "field" approach to the situations.
Open to Africa, Europe, and the world through the knowledge of institutions, regulations and modes of communication.
Pr. Ahmed CHEBAK
Pr. Ahmed CHEBAK is a professor of electrical engineering and electromechanics at UM6P and Pedagogical Director of the Green Tech Institute (GTI). He obtained his Ph.D. and M.Sc from Laval University in Canada, and his engineer diploma in electromechanics from the National School of Mineral Industry (ENIM) in Rabat.
Pr. CHEBAK was a fulltime professor at the University of Quebec at Rimouski in Canada, and a researcher and lecturer at Laval University. He was also a member of the educational committee of the Montreal Institute of Electrical Energy Engineering (IGEE). His research interests focus on renewable energies, electric, hybrid and autonomous vehicles, the study and design of electromechanical systems, electric machines and power electronics, heat treatment by induction and by laser and laser welding.
- Cadi Ayyad University of Marrakech, MOROCCO
- Mohammadia School of Engineers of Rabat, MOROCCO
- Hassan II University of Casablanca, MOROCCO
- FRDISI, MOROCCO
- Polytechnic University of the Hauts de France, FRANCE
- ENSIAS of Rabat, MOROCCO
- OCP Group, MOROCCO
- JESA, MOROCCO
- MAScIR, MOROCCO
- IRESEN, MOROCCO
- MANAGEM-REMINEX, MOROCCO
- Siemens SA, GERMANY
- Schneider SA, FRANCE
- Artelia SA, FRANCE.
||Module 1||Mathematics I|
|Module 2||Thermodynamics and Chemical Kinetics|
|Module 3||General and Applied Mechanics I|
|Module 4||General Electricity|
|Module 5||Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics|
|Module 6||Computer Science and Programming|
|Module 7||Languages-Civic Education and Sport I|
||Module 8||Mathematics II|
|Module 9||Physics and Thermal Transfer|
|Module 10||General and Applied Mechanics II|
|Module 11||Production and Logistics|
|Module 12||Modeling and Programming|
|Module 13||RDM - Mechanical Design and Manufacturing|
|Module 14||Languages-Civic Education and Sport I
||Module 15||Mathematics III|
|Module 16||Industrial Computing and Automation - Electrical Machines|
|Module 17||System Design and Manufacturing|
|Module 18||Electrical Networks and Instrumentation|
|Module 19||Computer and object-oriented programming|
|Module 20||Languages-civic education and sport III|
||Module 21||Probability and Statistics|
|Module 22||Programming and DBMS|
|Module 23||Industrial Local Area Networks and Industrial Supervision|
|Module 24||Sensors and Measuring Systems Online|
|Module 25||Corporate Culture|
|Module 26||Production Management and Systems Maintenance|
||Module 27||Project Management and Tutored|
|Module 28||Digitization and Engineering of Complex Systems|
|Module 29||Industrial Management and MOM - Piloting and ERP System|
|Module 30||Industrial Regulation (Automatic and Control Loops)|
|Module 31||Embedded Systems and Robotics|
|Module 32||Smart 4.0 Maintenance
||Module 32||Digital Transition of Businesses|
|Module 33||Communication - Entrepreneurship and Business Law|
|Module 34||QHSE and digitization|
|End of Studies Project||The End of Studies Project (PFE) aims to put the student in a real situation, within a company developing an R&D project or within a research laboratory. This internship will enable students, in terms of skills and know-how, to face the constraints inherent in the world of business.|
In a unique approach, University Mohammed VI Polytechnic implements an innovative teaching and research model focused on experimentation. With this in mind, the University's sites are equipped with "Living Labs" dedicated to applied research. These laboratories simulate actual work place situations as in mining facilities, experimental farms, factories, towns, etc.) open to the scientific community and students.
Digital education modes are in the heart of this program by providing students with several resources that includes: access to a dedicated E-learning platform, access to online resource materials such as research databases or patent databases.
Finally, the teaching dynamics encourage active participation of students, creativity, collective work and encourage learning autonomy.
This professional program opens great prospects for students both in the academic world and in that of the company.
The graduates will be able to continue their training as part of a Master’s, start their own company or integrat directly a sector of industrial and economic activity, mainly the following occupations:
Industrial digitalization manager
Logistics / Purchasing Manager
Expert in development of production systems
Quality certification of industrial systems
Technical support, new operations, installation and start-up of industrial equipment
Assistant Head of studies
Assistant project manager
Technical sales specialist.
Admission is open to holders of a scientific, professional, or technical (BAC, BAC+1, BAC+2).
If you are shortlisted, you will be invited to a written competitive examination followed by an oral interview in keeping with the following schedule:
31st of May : Application deadline
June-July : Written examination and oral interview
End of July-August : Admission results and receipt of scholarship application files
September/Early October : Start of term.
Given the current health situation, the dates and admission process may change. We will keep you informed.
The tuition fees are:
Registration fees (first year only): 5,000 MAD
Annual tuition fees: 55,000 MAD
Added to this are accommodation fees and catering on campus.
Scholarships can be awarded to the brightest students via an attractive scholarship scheme based on meritocracy and social criteria. The scholarships benefit a large number of our students.