On the basis of Order CIN/351/2009, of February 9th, which establishes the requirements for the verification of official university degrees that enable the exercise of the profession of Industrial Technical Engineer, students who have passed all the credits of the curriculum of the Mechanical Engineering Bachelor Degree, meet the requirements that enable the exercise of the profession of Industrial Technical Engineer (Law 12/1986).
In addition, the Mechanical specialty (Decree 148/1969 of 13 February), concerning the manufacture and testing of machines, the execution of structures and industrial constructions, their assembly, installations and use, as well as metallurgical processes and their use, is complemented, in the case of the Defense University Center, with the intensification in Naval Technology. The two graduate profiles of the Naval branch and the Marine Corps of the Navy have been taken into account for the definition of this specialty:
- Profile: Naval Branch. Designed with the intention of helping graduates who study at the CUD to obtain the chosen profiles according to the most demanding tasks that a Navy officer carries out in his or her first job. These tasks are mainly related to the operational function and more specifically to the operational employment of a Navy ship. Officers with this profile will be those belonging to the so-called Naval Branch.
- Profile: Marine Corps. When defining the profiles of these M.C. Officers, the most demanding tasks that these Navy officers carry out in their first job have been taken into account. These missions are mainly related to the handling of Communications and Information Technologies, Artillery, Amphibious and Mechanised Equipment and Sappers.