About the MSc (SCM) Program
The MSc (SCM) is taught by top academics from the National University of Singapore and is endorsed by key government agencies - Economic Development Board, Singapore Workforce Development Agency and SPRING Singapore.
Eligible Singaporean and PR candidates will be able to enjoy subsidy for Ministry of Education.
Special emphasis will be placed on applying decision and analytical methodologies to solve real-world problems, which will enable graduates to work more effectively in the logistics industry. This is complemented by site visits to logistics and manufacturing companies and logistics facilities.
This is a joint program by the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE), the Department of Decision Sciences (DS) of NUS Business School, and The Logistics Institute – Asia Pacific (TLI-AP).
The ISE Department, established in 1972, has been offering M.Sc. (Industrial & Systems Engineering) since 1969 as the first MSc degree in engineering in Singapore. It has been a highly successful graduate coursework programme with high quality student intake and has produced more than 1,500 graduates to-date.
The DS Department is well-known internationally as a research centre of excellence in supply chain and logistics. It has been responsible for the quantitative dimension of business school education, particularly in operations management and supply chain management.
The Logistics Institute – Asia Pacific is a collaboration between National University of Singapore (NUS) and Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) for research, education and industry outreach in global logistics. TLI – Asia Pacific has wide industry recognition as a leading institute in providing professional short courses in logistics. It has been awarded “Best Education Course Provider” at the Asian Freight & Supply Chain Awards (AFSCA) since 2003.