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Bachelor Program

Overview of Industrial Management Bachelor Training Program

The Bachelor of Industrial Management program started in 1994 with the following aims:

  • To provide the industrial and service sectors with highly qualified graduates who do not only have knowledge and skills but also have attitudes for life-long learning and career development in the industrial management areas.
  • To create knowledge via science research, to transfer knowledge via academic training, and to practice knowledge via consulting in the management field.
  • To serve as a bridge between the technology and management knowledge and create multidisciplinary education by providing management courses to the engineering students and technology courses to the management students respectively.

Specialized majors


Industrial Management


Business Administration

Operations and Supply chain management

After completing the compulsory and basic learning program and the foundation of the School of Industrial Management, the 3rd year students will choose one of the 2 majors of industrial management and business administration. Business Administration will equip deeper knowledge about general management and administration. Industrial management specialization will provide you with knowledge about production operations. With the development strategy of Vietnam toward a hub of the supply chain for the world economy, SIM is opening the 3rd specialization “Operation & Supply Chain Management”, which will be applied from intake 2021. 

The structure of the School of Industrial Management is an overall mounted by 4 departments including:

  • Department of Management Information System.
  • Department of Production & Operation Management
  • Department of Finance
  • Department of Marketing & Management

CONTACT US

School of Industrial Management

Building B10, 268 Ly Thuong Kiet Street, District 10, Ho Chi Minh City

(84-28) 38650 460
kqlcn@hcmut.edu.vn

Monday – Friday 8:00 – 17:00

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Goals
Program Learning Outcomes
Career prospects

Goals of training program

The current program has the following program objectives (POs):

  • PO1: The graduates will have a solid understanding of the key business areas, system thinking, and critical thinking skills, and be able to present their understanding in public (Learning to Know).
  • PO2: The graduates will demonstrate analysis, decision-making, and problem-solving abilities in the operations and management in the areas of production/ service or business (Learning to Do).
  • PO3: The graduates will be able to self-learn, innovate and adapt through practical work (learning by doing); and have the ability to collaborate and lead in the organization in one or some specific fields of production/ service or business (Learning to Be).
  • PO4: The graduates will have a global mindset, social responsibility, abilities to collaborate in a multicultural environment and contribute to the development of society (Learning to live together).

Program Learning Outcomes

Based on the University strategy, the School mission, the consultation of stakeholders including members of educational professors, lecturers, enterprises, alumni, and learners, the Undergraduate Program Committee established 4 POs mentioned above and approved 9 PLOs below.

PLOs of Bachelor program

PLO1

Acquire general education knowledge

PLO2

Acquire knowledge of the functional areas of business

PLO3

Acquire knowledge of the interrelationships among the functional areas within a business.

PLO4

Acquire advanced knowledge in a specialization area.

PLO5

Demonstrate research capability

PLO6

Communicate and work in a team effectively

PLO7

Conduct quantitative skills in decision making

PLO8

Show concerns to legal and ethical issues confronting them

PLO9

Care for the differences among institutions, business practices, cultures, and global economies

The PLOs describe in observable and measurable terms what a student is able to do upon completing the bachelor program. Based on PLOs, detailed learning outcomes are constructed at the course level. Both the CLOs and the PLOs are used to evaluate the student learning progress.

The PLOs are divided into three K-S-A groups: Knowledge (K), Skill (S), and Attitude (A). The PLOs vary in different modules of the program. The figure below shows the stair-step design of the PLOs, which means that as the students progress in the program, their ability will be evaluated by the higher levels of PLOs.

PLO accumulation level

The General education module provides students with basic knowledge in math, natural science, and social science. The students are expected to develop basic communication and quantitative skills and identify ethical issues, attitudes, and values.

In the Functional module, the students will acquire knowledge of the functional areas of businesses like Marketing, Finance and Accounting, Operation Management. They are expected to improve their communication and quantitative skills and explain the ethical issues, attitudes, and values.

The Integration module helps the students acquire knowledge of the interrelationships among the functional areas within a business by analyzing issues and assessing capabilities in Management Accounting, Organizational Behavior, Management Information systems, Quality Management, etc. They are expected to develop leadership skills, master statistical software, know how to balance the trade-off created by the application of competing for ethical theories and perspectives, and show concerns with entrepreneurship in the global environment.

In the specialization module, students are expected to acquire advanced knowledge in one of the three specializations (Industrial Management, Business Administration, and Operations and Supply chain Management). The students will take specialization courses and demonstrate research capability through the internship project and graduation thesis. They are expected to master interviewing, data collection, and analyzing skills. In addition, the students are also expected to show concerns with cultural differences and recommend leadership approaches that leverage diversity to enhance business performance and conceptualize international, regional, and local non-market forces into strategic decisions of multinational corporations.

Career prospects

  • Factory management: Production planning, purchase management and inventory, staff management …
  • Purchase management: Evaluate shopping programs, set up operating levels …
    Quality management: analyze database and spreadsheet, assure process for improvement.
    Supply chain management: negotiating the contract, maintaining the accuracy of the purchase system …
  • Process improvement consultancy: Design of streamlined production plans and reduced production time …
  • Financial Management Accounting: Managing the company’s accounting financial activities, stocks analysis …
  • Human resource management: HR Planning , planning academic schedule, boundary, bonus, encouragement and labor relations …
  • Business management: market research, strategic planning, business plans, exploitation of laws and business modes according to different contexts …

The Bachelor in Industrial Management program aims to provide society with a highly competent workforce for industrial and service sectors. The graduates typically work in the following sectors:

  • Industrial sectors: Factory Management, Purchasing Management, Quality Management, Planning and Supply Chain Management, Process Improvement, etc.
  • Service sectors: Financial and Accounting Management, Human Resource Management, Marketing Management, Digital Business, E-commerce

Students who graduated from the program are also qualified for continuing their studies at higher levels, with a focus on management.

As a faculty of HCMUT, SIM aims to promote interdisciplinary training, bridging between technology and management knowledge blocks. SIM is committed to building an intellectual environment with high-quality standards in teaching, research, and learning towards regional and international integration. With nearly 60 lecturers, most of whom were graduated from overseas, the school promotes high-quality scientific research and innovations to meet the education demands.

Ms. CAO NGÂN HÀ

Alumni Year 2004 / Senior Account Manager, Ogilvy

A great learning process with opportunities to access various platform knowledge from marketing, production management, management information systems, finance or personnel will help you develop skills in Analysis and Management in all areas.

 

International quality assurance

 

In order to promote the quality assurance within regional universities, AUN has launched an initiative to assess the quality of higher education according to the standard quality assurance standards of the ASEAN region (ASEAN University Network – Quality Assurance, abbreviated is AUN-QA).

 

 

This is also a way that the ASEAN Network of Universities enhances mutual trust in the quality of training between regional universities and partner universities around the world, step by step contributing to promoting The Recognization of the achievement of learning and The development cooperation between universities in Southeast Asia.

 

 

With strives in improving the quality of training, facilities..etc.. The School of Industrial Management has been honored to receive AUN-QN quality certification.

 

With two industrial management majors and business administration, the School of Industrial Management wants to give you interesting and quality learning experiences.