​​​​​​​​​​What is the structure of the Business Engineering degree?

The Business Engineering curriculum includes an essentially multidisciplinary structure, with subjects from Engineering and management subjects, such as Economics, Accounting and Management. In addition, it includes a significant number of subjects from other related disciplines, such as Law, Humanities and Social Sciences.

What degrees and titles are given?

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business Engineering
  • Professional Title of Business Engineer

Degree StructureDownload Here​. ​

Curriculum valid from 2017-I semester, subject to changes from the University Council. The general, specific and transitory regulations for the 2017 curriculum will be published on the SAR website later. The features which will apply to students under other curricula will be available for consultation there.

  • Semester 0
    • Informatics Refresher 
    • Language Refresher
    • Mathematics Refresher​
  • Semester I
    • Introduction to Business Engineering  
    • Mathematics I
    • General Economics-I
    • Language I

  • Semester II
    • System Dynamics  
    • Fundamentals of Accounting
    • Mathematics II
    • General Economics-II
    • Language II​
  • Semester III
    • ​Physics
    • Business Architecture
    • Intermediate Accounting
    • Statistics I
    • Philosophy
    • Academic Research​

  • Semester IV
    • Process Engineering 
    • Information System Architecture
    • Management I
    • Statistics II
    • Sociology

  • Semester V
    • ​​Operations Research I
    • Supply Process Architecture and Technological​ Applications
    • Systems and Databases Development
    • Fundamentals of Marketing
    • Economic and Business History

  • Semester VI
    • Operations Research II
    • Production Process Architecture and Technological​ Applications
    • Business Solutions Development I
    • Fundamentals of Finance
    • Political Sciences​
  • Semester VII
    • Distribution Process Architecture and Technology Applications
    • Business Solutions Development II
    • Project Formulation and Assessment ​
    • Human Capital Management
    • Contemporary Social Thinking​
  • Semester VIII
    • Value Engineering Management 
    • Governance of Information Technology
    • Project Management
    • Theology of Religions
    • Social Outreach​
  • Semester IX

    • Environmental Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility
    • Business Modeling and Business Architecture
    • Ethics

  • Semester X
    • ​Final Business Engineering Project 
    This curriculum only comprises the required courses of the Business Engineering degree program. It does not include elective courses made available to students. 
    *Curriculum will be effective from 2017-I, subject to changes by the University Governing Board. 



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Jonathan Rojas

Graduate from Business Engineering and Project Manager at IBM

"My decision to study at Universidad del Pacífico came from my search for a business career that would allow me not only to understand and design processes, but to focus on projects using information technology as a tool. I saw the possibility of studying Business Engineering since it combined both aspects in one educational proposal. All the tools you learn at the University are useful throughout your working life. The university allows you to learn how to learn".​