Our Programs

  • MIT Malaysia Master of Science in
    Supply Chain Management

    The MIT-Malaysia Master of Science in Supply Chain
    Management (MSCM) is based on the top-ranked MIT
    Supply Chain Management program offered at the MIT
    Center for Transportation & Logistics.
  • Part Time Master of Science in
    Supply Chain Management

    The PSCM is a Professional Degree that offers a
    unique combination of a world-class supply chain
    education taught in a truly global setting at the
    Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation.
  • PhD in
    Supply Chain Management

    The doctoral program offered aims to develop scholars
    in supply chain management, who are committed to
    advancing the knowledge of supply chain management
    to tackle the challenges faced by supply chains.

Executive Education Program (EEP)

The Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation (MISI) delivers its cutting edge supply chain and logistics education and research to executives through a series of executive education programs. These sessions feature a comprehensive array of interactive lectures and discussion sessions led by distinguished thought leaders from academia and industry leading to certificates in various supply chain areas.

  • Towards World
    Class Procurement
  • Using Scenario Planning
    for Strategic Decisions
  • Building Retail
    Supply Chain Excellence
  • Supply Chain
    Short Courses

Latest News


Dr. Ghosh at 11th Indian Subcontinent Decision Sciences Institute (ISDSI) International Conference

Dr. Debabrata Ghosh presented his paper titled “Analyzing the strategic decisions of an OEM and remanufacturer under competition and contracts” […]


Dr. Albert Tan at the 1st Global Research on Sustainable Transport (GROST) Conference

The 1st global research on sustainable transport (GROST) conference was held on 22nd – 23rd November 2017 at Trisakti Institute […]


Dr. Javad Feizabadi presents his paper in POMS Sydney

Dr. Javad Feizabadi presented his paper in POMS Sydney held 12-14 December entitled: “the effects of relational capability on supply […]

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