The programme of study is designed for full-time and part-time students to complete within 1 and 2 academic years respectively (i.e. 2 semesters and 4 semesters). Courses in the programme will be offered on weekday evenings and weekends (Saturday/Sunday). The maximum period of registration for full-time and part-time students is four years from the date of registration. Application for extension will only be approved under exceptional circumstances..
To meet the challenge of
world-wide manufacturing competition, it is important that our students
should understand what information technologies can contribute in the
effective utilitsation of resources and in the
creation of systems that produce these products and services.
In the MSc award, subjects are arranged as compulsory and
Postgraduate Programme in Engineering requires that the student studying for
an MSc award has to take FIVE compulsory
subjects for the award and TWO elective subjects plus a dissertation, or
FOUR elective subjects plus a field trip study (ISE550). For the award of Postgraduate Diploma, the student has to take FOUR compulsory subjects plus TWO elective subjects.
compulsory subjects are:
1. Warehousing and Material Handling Systems (ISE512)
2. Global Operations and Logistics Management (ISE525)
3. Enterprise Resources Planning (ISE526)
4. Logistics Information Systems (ISE527)
5. Supply Chain Management Enabling Technologies (ISE544)
There are a wide variety of elective subjects to choose from, including Port Policy and Management, Optimization Modeling and Applications, Simulation of Industrial Systems, Process and Performance Management, Risk and Crisis Management, and Workflow Design and Management.