Applications Open: 19 November 2019
Applications Close: 19 March 2020
Next Available Intake: July 2020
Programme Type: Full-time Undergraduate
Fees: View More Details on Fees
Area of Interest: Business Administration
The logistics and supply chain management (SCM) industry is a key pillar of Singapore’s economy. Global companies in new growth sectors – such as aerospace, biomedical sciences, chemical, energy, oil and gas equipment, technology, and high-value collectibles – have chosen Singapore as their key global and regional base in Asia. These global players present new opportunities for logistics and SCM professionals to be deployed and to develop innovative solutions to meet the complex needs. This will drive further demand for logistics and SCM talent.
The academic admission requirements to the full-time programme are: (a) at least three passes in H2 content subjects; or (b) a local polytechnic diploma, or an international baccalaureate diploma or a diploma from NUS High School; or (c) an equivalent of (a) or (b). Applicants with (c) have to submit either SAT or ACT scores. There will be additional admission criteria to select students who are aligned to the educational philosophy of our full-time programmes. This will be done through interviews and selection tests.
There are also various types of financial aid available to students who need financial assistance. Please click here for more details.
The Bachelor of Science in Supply Chain Management with Minor is a four-year direct honours programme.
Students are required to complete a total of 200 credit units (cu), inclusive of 40 cu of Common Curriculum courses. The Common Curriculum courses are first-year courses designed to hone students’ conceptual and writing abilities along with their communication skills. Students are also required to complete a 24-week work attachment, an overseas experience and a community engagement. Singapore University of Social Sciences aims to produce graduates who are professionally competent, social-minded and self-directed learners.
Students pursuing the full-time Major-Minor programmes are required to complete 200 credit units (cu), which include:
(Must complete at least 10 cu of Level 3 or higher courses)
Contemporary China Studies
Human Resource Management
International Trade Management
Mobile Application Development
Public Sector Service Management
Graduates can look forward to promising careers in areas such as supply chain planning, logistics and transport, inventory and warehousing, port/airport management, trade and pricing, and procurement.
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