You will possess quantitative skills and will be a graduate in management, engineering, computer science or a related discipline. Moreover, you will have an ability to analyse problems in a structured way.
Such is the demand from employers for graduates with analytical skills who can apply critical thinking to problem resolution, you can expect to enter a career in management science and/or operations and supply chain management.
This course is for you if you have studied engineering, management or science and want to pursue a career in operations management. The courses integrate management techniques and the technologies they control.
Your concluding dissertation, which is undertaken during the summer, demonstrates your integrated knowledge, methodology and practical skills.
Please note that the following structure and modules may be subject to change.
- Management Science for Decision Support
- Managing Contemporary Operations: Fundamentals and Challenges
- Supply Chain Planning and Management
- Design of Operations Facilities and Systems
- Quality Management and Quality Techniques
Three modules from: (including a maximum of two in any one semester)
- Sustainable Manufacturing
- Systems Engineering and Human Factors
- Human-Computer Systems
- Lean Manufacturing
- Rapid Production Development
- Advanced Operations Analysis
- Business Intelligence and Analytics
- International Logistics and Transport
- Management Information Systems: theory to practice
- Management Science for Decision Support II
- Service Operations Management
- Supply Chain and Operations Strategy and Practice
- Procurement and Purchasing
12,000-15,000 word Industrial Engineering and Operations Management dissertation.
2:1 honours degree or equivalent
IELTS 6.5 with 6.0 in each element
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Last updated December 16, 2015