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Industrial Management, SCM

Autumn 2017

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Core Requirement Studies
Introduction to Industrial Management 5
Engineering Mathematics 5
Mathematical Methods for Descision Making 1 5
Physical Effects 5
Project and Self Management 5
Introduction to Programming 5
Fact Based Management 5
Engineering Finnish and Communication Skills 5
Logistics 5
Manufacturing Management 5
Introductory Project 5
Engineering English and Communication Skills 5  
Engineering Swedish 5
Professional Studies
Common Professional Studies
Mathematical Methods for Descision Making 2 5  
Business Economics 5  
Supply Chain Management 5  
ERP Systems 5
Professional Studies, Supply Chain Management
Introduction to SAP 5  
Technical Selling 5    
Innovation Project 10    
Thesis Project 5    
Process performance management 5  
Leadership in Context 5    
Major Studies
International ICT Business Management
Supply Chain Management
Data Management 5  
Warehousing Technology and Economics and Warehousing Management Systems 5    
Transport Technology and Economics 5  
Forwarding 5  
Lean and Agile Principles in Supply Chain Process Development 5  
Process Simulation 5  
Advanced Studies
Supply Chain Management, Advanced Studies
Business Game 5    
Quality Management 5  
Business Strategies and Global Networks 5    
Elective and Optional Studies
(Select 30 ECTS)
Transport Information Systems 5                                                        
Distribution and Regional Logistics 5    
SAP Advanced 1 5    
Work Placement
(Select 30 ECTS)
Work Placement 1 15  
Work Placement 2 15    
Bachelor's Thesis
Bachelor's Thesis 15      
ECTS credits per period / semester / academic year 6575651532.532.53045254001516.316.316.316.3151522.522.512.512.52020007.57.5

Due to the timing of optional and elective courses, credit accumulation per semester / academic year may vary.


Focus on development supply chain management and improving the competitiveness of businesses.

Industrial Management

The learner’s track curriculum in Industrial Management consists of 5-15 ECTS modules.
The modules are distributed as follows:
• compulsory studies of the first year 60 ECTS
• second year studies of the major 45 ECTS
• third year studies of the major 40 ECTS
• fourth year advanced studies of the major 15 ECTS
• work placement 30 ECTS
• optional and elective studies, eg 1-2 minor subjects 30 ECTS
• bachelor thesis 15 ECTS
The studies of the first year of study are compulsory and common to all the students in the degree programme. The major (specialisation) is selected at the end of the first year of study. There are three options: Logistics, ICT Business and Process Management. Part of the students will take the advanced studies in double degree studies in htw Saarland in Germany, and they also receive a German business engineering degree. After the first year the studies consist of studies for the major and optional and elective studies. A part of the studies will be in English. The work placements are mainly done during summer, but a placement abroad is possible also during the spring of the second year. Double degree students do their placement after the studies abroad preferably in the destination country.

Industrial management engineers graduating from the program are capable of developing industrial processes of ever changing global networks by applying techno-economic thinking and utilizing modern practices.


Graduates from industrial management know the possibilities to develop businesses by applying different technical solutions and can assess the options from the business perspective. He/she can work both independently and in a team and solve business problems of technical/economic nature. Engineer from industrial management can also develop processes in the public sector.