Programme Intended Learning Outcome
Upon successful completion of this programme, students will be able to:
- Apply broad-based business knowledge and problem solving skills to a wide range of issues;
- Apply the principles, knowledge and skills of logistics and supply chain management in academic and work situations to produce quality outputs;
- Examine the major socio-political, cultural and economic issues affecting logistics and supply chain management in the local, national, regional and international contexts;
- Apply generic skills like information technology, quantitative and analytical reasoning in a range of spheres;
- Communicate efficiently in English as well as Chinese, both orally and in writing, in different business environments;
- Relate the major ideas in arts and humanities, science and technology to their own area of study.
- Graduates from this programme will be able to find employment at the supervisory level in firms engaging in supply chain management, airport management, trade documentation handling and freight forwarding, etc.
- For those engaged in employment, the average monthly salary is $21,000.
General Education Courses
Four courses to be chosen from all of the following domains:
- Arts and Humanities
- Science and Technology
- Society and Organisations
Programme Specific Entrance Requirements
No programme-specific entrance requirement
Mode of Study