NUS-Georgia Tech Double Master Program (DMP) in Logistics & Supply Chain Management NUS Master of Science in Supply Chain Management

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Double Master Program (DMP)

in

Logistics & Supply Chain Management

Winner for Best Educational

Course Provider 2003-2012

A Collaboration Between

NUS-Georgia Tech

NUS

Master of Science

in

Supply Chain Management

Briefing by

A/P Tan Kok Choon

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Outline

Brief introduction to TLI - Asia Pacific

NUS-Georgia Tech Double Master Program (DMP)

in Logistics & Supply Chain Management

M.Sc. in Supply Chain Management – MSc (SCM)

Questions & Answers

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TLI – Asia Pacific

Established in Nov 1998

An initiative of Singapore’s

A collaboration between

Economic Development Board

National University of Singapore

Georgia Institute of Technology

Mission: To be the premier institute in Asia Pacific

for nurturing logistics (and supply chain) excellence

in research and education

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Programs offered:

Global Logistics Research

Professional/Executive Education in Logistics

Degree Education

Industry Outreach

-Double Master Program (DMP)

(since 2001)

-M.Sc. (SCM)

(since 2011)

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NUS-GT Double Master Program (DMP) in

Logistics & Supply Chain Management

17-month FULL-TIME program

First offered in August 2001

To address the industry need for skilled Logistics/

Supply Chain manpower

An intake every year with classes starting in August

To train Supply Chain leaders and strategists

Concurrent DMP (a 12-month program for high

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Two Master of Science Degrees

NUS

Master of

Science in

Logistics &

Supply Chain

Management

Georgia Tech

Master of

Science in

Supply Chain

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Semester 1

at NUS

17-month full-time study

DMP Duration & Structure

Semester 1

(Aug-Dec in NUS)

Semester 2

(Jan-Jun in GT)

Semester 3

(Jul-Dec in NUS)

5 NUS Modules

(2 Core & 3 Elective)

6 GT Courses & 1 Capstone

Project

(No Elective)

Industry Internship

Research Project

Semester 2

at GT

Semester 3

at NUS

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DMP – Curriculum at NUS

Logistics Electives

General Electives

Core NUS Modules

BDC5101Deterministic Operations Research Models

IE5004Engineering Probability & Simulation

LI5001 Research Project, or LI5002Internship Project

Logistics & Supply Chain Management Electives DSC5211A Supply Chain Coordination & Risk Mgt IE5121 Quality Planning & Mgt

IE5123 Reliability Engineering IE5203 Decision Analysis

IE5208 Systems Approach in Project Mgt IE5405 Inventory Systems

TP5027 Transportation & Freight Terminal Mgt TP5208 Inter-modal Transportation

ME5602 Manufacturing System Engineering CN4241 Engineering Principles for drug delivery CN5173 Downstream Processing of Biochemical & Pharmaceutical Products

CN5174 Biopharmaceutical manufacturing LI5101 Supply Chain Mgt Thinking & Practice LI5201 Special Topics in Logistics Operations LI5202 Special Topics in Supply Chain Mgt

Supporting Electives

DSC5211B Analytical Tools for Consulting DSC5211C Quantitative Risk Management

CS5267 E-Commerce Systems and Applications CS5253 Knowledge Systems & Mgt in Organization EC5343 International Finance

ECA5341 International Trade & Finance IE5211 New Product Management

SH5401 SHE and Quality Management Systems SH5002 Fundamentals in Industrial Safety

SH5203 Emergency Planning

CS5204 Foundation in Mgt of Info Systems CS5220 Databases & the Web

CS5262 IT and Supply Chain Management CS5264 Decision-Making Technologies

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Georgia Tech MS SCE Full Curriculum

Courses

Analytical Methods:

ISyE6331 Statistics for Supply Chain Engineering

ISyE6333 Operations Research for SCE 1 – Deterministic Optimization

ISyE6334 Operations Research for SCE 2 – Stochastic Optimization

Supply Chain Engineering:

ISyE6335 Supply Chain Engineering 1 – Warehousing Operations & Inventory Control

ISyE6336 Supply Chain Engineering 2 – Global Transportation and Distribution

ISyE6337 Supply Chain Engineering 3 – Supply Chain Design

Enterprise Management:

ISyE6332 Finance for Supply Chain Engineering

ISyE6338 Supply Chain Strategy

ISyE6339 Supply Chain Information Systems

Professional Practice and Real-World Industrial Experience:

ISyE6340 Supply Chain Engineering Seminar – Professional Practice and Facility Tours

ISyE6341 Supply Chain Engineering Capstone Project 1

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Table

 

3

 

DMP

 

Curriculum

 

for

 

MS

 

SCE

 

Degree

Module

 

#

Module

 

Name

NUS

 

(Aug/Dec)

GT

 

(Jan/May)

GT

 

(May/Jun)

6331

Statistics

 

for

 

SCE

 

(exempted

 

for

 

DMP

 

students)

(3)

6332

Finance

 

for

 

SCE

 

(exempted

 

for

 

DMP

 

students)

(3)

6333

Operations

 

Research

 

1

 

– Deterministic

 

Optimization

3*

6334

Operations

 

Research

 

2

 

– Stochastic

 

Optimization

3*

6335

Supply

 

Chain

 

Eng

 

1

 

– Warehousing

 

&

 

Inventory^

 

3

6336

Supply

 

Chain

 

Eng

 

2

 

– Transportation

3

6337

Supply

 

Chain

 

Eng

 

3

 

– Supply

 

Chain

 

Design

3

6339

Supply

 

Chain

 

Information

 

Systems

3

6340

Supply

 

Chain

 

Engineering

 

Seminar

3

6341

Capstone

 

Project

 

for

 

SCE

 

1

3

6342

Capstone

 

Project

 

for

 

SCE

 

2

3

6338

Supply

 

Chain

 

Strategy

3

Total

 

Semester

 

Hours

9

15

6

*Credit transfer from NUS

^Via Distance Learning

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Academic Qualification

An Honours degree (2

nd

Upper) in Engineering, Science,

Computing, Mathematics, Business Administration (strong

quantitative background), or related technical disciplines

DMP Admission Requirements

Acceptable GRE (General Tests) Scores

Acceptable TOEFL Scores

Graduates from universities in Singapore, and most 4-year

degree programs in UK & North America universities are

exempted

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Graduation requirements for the award of the M.Sc. (Logistics

& SCM) degree at NUS are:

(a) Satisfactorily completed all required NUS modules;

(b) Obtained a minimum CAP of 3.0 based on the graduate modules

taken at NUS; and

(c) Met all the requirements for the award of the MS SCE degree at GT.

Graduation requirements for the award of MS SCE degree at

GT are:

(d) Satisfactorily completed all the required MS SCE courses with a

total of 30 course credit hours; and

(e) Obtained a minimum GPA of 2.7 based on the courses taken at GT.

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DMP Course Fees & Sponsorship

• Total Course Fees

(based on AY2012/2013, subject to change)

~ $40,000 (with Service Obligation)

~ $47,000 (International Self-Financing)

• Company Sponsorship Scheme

- Company sponsors up to $25,000

(inclusive of internship allowance ~ $2,500 x 6 months)

- TLI-AP Scholarship (top up of) $20,000 (with obligation)

• Benefits to company sponsors

- Sponsored student is obligated to work for the sponsor

for up to 3 years upon graduation from DMP

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Career Paths of our Graduates

Logistics Analyst/ Industrial Engineer Strategic / Business Development Manager Solutions / Industrial Engineering Manager Operations / Project Manager Procurement / Supply Manager Logistics / Transportation Manager Supply Chain /

IT Consultant

Logistics

Services

Provider

Logistics

Services User/

Knowledge-Based Logistics

Supply Chain /

Logistics Director GM, Schenker Thailand

GM, Linfox China

Director, Progress Group Consulting

General Manager/

Director

Director of Logistics, Ford Motor Co GM Supply & Distribution, Reliance Industries

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Our Alumni – By Industry

As of Apr 2009, for intakes

2001 to 2007

Logistics &

Transportation

Manufacturing

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Alumni Representation –

by Company

As of Apr 2009, for intakes

2001 to 2007

DHL

Schenker

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Salaries of DMP Graduates by

Industry

Salary

Guide

dmp

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Department of Decision Sciences

(Full

time

 

or

 

Part

time)

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M.Sc. (SCM) Program Objectives

Firmly establish NUS as a key

player in Logistics and Supply

Chain education

Train mid-career professionals in Asia to be

managerial specialists in Supply Chain Management

Position Singapore as

the fertilizing ground of

Logistics experts in Asia

Pacific

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M.Sc. (SCM) program to focus on

logistics topics and industry practice

M.Sc (SCM)

M.Sc (SCM)

Analytics

IE/OR

Systems

Engineering &

Management

Logistics &

Supply Chain

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M.Sc. (SCM) Learning Outcomes

• A comprehensive understanding of

supply chain management

that covers

planning, design and operations

;

• Exposure to current issues in the wider context of

supply chain

management

and

development in Asia

;

• In-depth application of theory to solve real world problems with

business analytics tools

.

• Students who graduate from this programme will be able to

assume positions as

logistics executives, supply chain

analysts and manufacturing planners

.

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M.Sc. (SCM) Program Structure

Eight modules (4MC each) cover topics & methods of

SCM, IT,

Statistics, Operational Planning, Simulation,

etc,

plus a Project

Module

(8MC)

The program draws on top academics from departments of

Industrial

& Systems Engineering

and

Decision Sciences

, and

TLI – AP

The students, thus, gain valuable experiences through having the

opportunity to

study and interact with top academics

The program is designed to be offered in a

compact form

to shorten

the overall program duration into

1 year

(for Full-time students) and to

cater to needs from industry & target audience

Part-time students may also complete the program at their own pace

subject to the usual maximum candidature guidelines

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MSc(SCM) Curriculum

Core Modules

Elective Modules

LI5101 SCM Thinking & Practice DSC4211C Operations Strategy

LI5202 Special Topics in Supply Chain Management DSC4211G Service Design

IE5004 Engineering Probability and Simulation DSC4212 Managerial Decision Analysis

DSC5211A Coordination & Flexibility In Supply Chain Management

DSC5211C Quantitative Risk Management

DSC5211B Analytical Tools for Consulting IE5001 Operations Planning and Control I

LI5001 Research Project (8MC) IE5002 Applied Engineering Statistics

IE5107 Material Flow Systems

IE5108 Facility layout and location

IE5202 Applied Forecasting Methods

IE5401 Industrial Logistics

IE5403 Systems Engineering Case Studies

IE5405 Inventory Systems

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Admission Requirements

Academic Qualifications

At least a 2

nd

Class Honours (Lower Division) degree in

Engineering,

Physical Science, Computing, Mathematics, Business

Administration

, or any related technical discipline

Good TOEFL

scores

Other qualifications approved by NUS Board of Graduate Studies

Work Experience

We are targeting about

30 FTE

students for each intake

Candidates with at least 2 years of relevant work experience will be

considered preferably

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MSc(SCM) Course Fees & MOE Subsidies

Full tuition fees @ S$31,800 (non-subsidized)

MOE subsidies available for Singaporeans and SPRs

Student needs to pay for living expenses in Singapore

Full Fees

(per

Academic

Year)

Subsidized Fees (per Semester)

Singapore

Citizens

Singapore

PRs

International

Students

without service

obligation

International

Students

with service

obligation

Full-time

SGD31,800

SGD3,800

SGD5,010

SGD11,660

SGD6,990

Part-time

SGD15,900

SGD1,900

SGD2,510

SGD5,830

SGD3,500

*Tuition fees shown above are only applicable for students enrolled in AY2012/2013 intake.

**Tuition fees are subject to yearly review and change.

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Application for the August 2013 intake is

open from 23 Jan 2013 to 4 Mar 2013

The weblink for online application is

https://inetapps.nus.edu.sg/gda/common/newlogin.aspx

Timetable of MSc SCM:

http://www.ise.nus.edu.sg/timetables/

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Questions

&

Answers

Reference weblinks:

http://www.tliap.nus.edu.sg/dmp/default.aspx

http://www.tliap.nus.edu.sg/mscm/default.aspx

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