Tác giả :

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

Programme Objectives

Industrial Management Program provides students with:

1. Knowledge of basic science, economics and management.

2. Ability to self-study, to think systematically, and to solve problems in production system.

3. Teamwork skills, leadership skills, and communication skills

4. Ability of forming ideas, planning, implementing, and operating production system in enterprises.

Expected Learning Outcomes

IMP ELOs

1.1 Apply knowledge of basic science in industrial management

1.2 Illustrate general knowledge of management in production, business, trade and service.

1.3 Implement  knowledge of industrial management such as production management, quality management, human resources management, and marketing management

2.1 Analyze, evaluate and solve problems in production and business

2.2 Do a research in business operations

2.3 Conduct systematic thinking

2.4 Show professional working attitude, international integration and lifelong learning capacity

2.5 Be aware of  professional ethics

3.1 Lead and work in a team

3.2 Communicate effectively in business environment

3.3 Communicate in English

4.1 Understand macro factors’ influence on business operations

4.2 Adapt to different working environments.

4.3 Conceive ideas of production system improvement

4.4 Set up requirement, make plans

4.5 Implement a plan or a project

4.6  Operate and manage production systems

 

































Curriculum

Industrial management program consists of 150 credits which are divided in to 8 semesters. Student will be expected to study in 4 years. Here are the details of teaching plan.

Semester 1:

No

Course Code

Course Title

Credits

Prerequisite Code

MATH130801

Mathematics C1 (Algebra)

3

 

GELA220405

General Law

2

 

PHYS120102

General Physics A1

3

 

LLCT150105

Fundamentals of Marxism – Leninism

5

 

MIOF130207

MS Office

3 (2+1)

 

INMA130106

Introduction To Industrial Management

3 (2+1)

 

Total

19

 

 Semester 2:

No

Course Code

Course Title

Credits

Prerequisite Code

MATH120901

Mathematics C2 (Analytics)

3

MATH130801

ENGL130137

English 1

3

 

FECO240206

General Economics

4

 

LLCT120314

HoChiMinh’s Ideology

2

 

PHYS120202

General Physics A2

3

PHYS120102

MATH130401

Applied Probabilities and Statistics

3

 

PHED110513

Physical Education 1

0

 

 

Choose 1 selective course in general knowledge group

2

 

Total

20

 

Semester 3:

No

Course Code

Course Title

Credits

Prerequisite Code

LLCT230214

VCP’s Revolution Guidance

3

 

FUMA230806

Fundamental Management

3

 

ENGL230237

English 2

3

ENGL130137

LIPR230706

Optimization

3

MATH130901

STAT231006

Business Statistics

3

MATH130401

EDDG220120

Technical drawing

2

 

PHED110613

Physical Education 2

0

 

 

Choose 1 selective course in general knowledge group

2

 

Total

19

 

 

Semester 4:

No

Course Code

Course Title

Credits

Prerequisite Code

PRAC230407

Principles of Accounting

3

 

EMET230606

Econometrics

3

STAT231006

TEMA321406

Technology Management

3

FUMA230806

SCRE220306

Research Methods

2

 

ENGL330337

English 3

3

ENGL230237

BLAW220906

Business Law

2

GELA220405

PHED130715

Physical Education 3

0

 

 

Choose 1 selective course in specialized knowledge group A

3

 

Total

19

 

 Semester 5:

No

Course Code

Course Title

Credits

Prerequisite Code

BENG330706

Business English

3

 

MAMA340906

Marketing Management

4

FUMA230806

MAAC331307

Managerial Accounting

3

PRAC230407

PRMA330806

Production system

3

FUMA230806

QMAN331606

Quality Management

3

FUMA230806

 

Choose 1 selective course in specialized knowledge group A

3

 

Total

19

 

 Semester 6:

No

Course Code

Course Title

Credits

Prerequisite Code

INTB330606

International Business

2

 

MAIM320406

Industrial Maintenance Management

3

FUMA230806

MAIS430306

Management Information System (MIS)

4

MIOF130207

PRMA331506

Production Management

3

PRMA330806

MARE320206

Marketing Research

3

SCRE220306

SPAP412206

Applying SPSS into research

1

 

 

Choose 2 selective courses in specialized knowledge group B

4

 

Total

20

 

 Semester 7:

No

Course Code

Course Title

Credits

Prerequisite Code

STMA430406

Strategic Management

3

FUMA230806

PROM430506

Project Management

3

FUMA230806

ECOM431006

Electronic Commerce (EC)

3

MIOF130207

FIMA430807

Finance Management

3

MATH120901

FTMA432406

Foreign trade Management

3

 

HRMA331206

Human Resources Management

3

FUMA230806

 

Choose 1 selective course in specialized knowledge group B

2

 

Total

20

 

 Semester 8:

No

Course Code

Course Title

Credits

Prerequisite Code

INTE441106

Final Internship

4

Senior students

Final Thesis or Final Exam

 

IMGR401206

Final Thesis

10

Senior students

Final Exam

 

SCMA440706

Supply Chain Management

4

PRMA330806

BPLA430606

Business Planning

3

FIMA430807

MAMA340906

ERPS431208

Enterprise Resource Planning

3

PRMA331506

Total

14

 

 SELECTIVE COURSES:

1. General Knowledge: (Choose 2 courses: 04 credits)

No

Course Code

Course Title

Credits

Note

1

PLSK320605

Planning Skills

2

 

2

PRSK320705

Presentation Skill

2

 

3

INLO220405

Introduction to Logics

2

 

4

IVNC320905

Vietnamese Culture

2

 

5

INSO321005

Introduction to Sociology

2

 

 2. Specialized Knowledge

2.1 Technical Knowledge (Group A)

(Choose 2 courses: 06 credits)

No

Course Code

Course Title

Credits

Note

1

CADM230320

Basic AutoCAD

3

(2+1)

2

AMAP432225

Automation of Production Process

3

 

3

MASI230226

Material Study

3

(2+1)

4

ELEN232044

Electrical Engineering

3

 

5

GMEN134025

General Mechanics

3

 

6

DITE334029

Digital

3

 

 2.2 Managerial Knowledge (Group B):

(Choose 3 Courses: 06 credits)

No

Course Code

Course Title

Credits

Note

1

ORBE320306

Organizational Behavior

2

 

2

PRAN321106

Project Analysis and Evaluation

2

 

3

BCOM320106

Business Communication

2

 

4

SEMA320907

Security Market

2

 

5

CUSM321006

Customer Relationship Management

2

 

6

MARI420107

Financial Risk Management

2

 

7

ADBE430206

Advanced Business English

2

 

8

PSBU221106

Business Psychology

2

 

9

BCUL320506

Corporate Culture

2

 

 JOB OPPITUNITIES

After graduation, students of IMP can work in many fields especially in production enterprises. Specific career opportunities are as follows:

+ Production management includes production planning, purchasing and inventory management, and staff management.

+ Supply chain management involves negotiating contracts, establishing long-term relationships with suppliers, maintaining the accuracy of the purchasing system, invoices, and returned goods.

+ Process improvement consulting includes designing and implementing lean manufacturing plans and reducing production time in both manufacturing and service sectors.

+ Quality management includes a detailed analysis of databases and spreadsheets, process validation to identify areas for improvement, and management of changes.

+ Human resource management includes personnel planning, training needs assessment and training planning, salary and bonus plans, incentive plans and labor relations.

+ Business management includes marketing research, marketing management, strategic planning, business planning.

 

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