Program Information

DURATION:

2 - 5 Years

COST:

MYR 63,250

START MONTH:

January & July

MODE:

Part time

LANGUAGE:

English

MYR 20,000 scholarship available to Malaysian citizens
MYR 2,000 Early bird reduction available

Program Overview

The MISI Master of Science in supply chain management program is built on the top-ranked curriculum created by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Centre for Transportation & Logistics (MIT-CTL) that has offered globally recognised programs in logistics and supply chain education since 1998. The MIT Masters in supply chain management program is World Ranked Number One (#1) by “Eduniversal” in 2015-2016, 2016-2017, 2017-2018 & 2018-2019.

Is this course for you?

Qualified supply chain professionals are now an essential and integral part of any organisation and are crucial for shaping strategic agenda. The PSCM program strives to equip its students with cutting edge expertise in both problem solving and change leadership skills while expanding their knowledge and critical thinking in Supply Chain Management.

The PSCM program can enhance career development prospects by filling the high demand for talented supply chain professionals needed globally and especially in the Asia region. At MISI we strongly believe the PSCM program is a means to upscale career prospects and earnings potential. MISI is very proud to be the only centre in Malaysia able to offer this specialised supply chain management & procurement education program.

What sets the PSCM program apart

  • The PSCM program curriculum is built on the Masters in SCM program offered at MIT
  • The PSCM program lectures will be delivered by an international MIT GLOBAL SCALE faculty
  • The PSCM program will equip professionals with industry-sought supply chain management skills
  • The PSCM program is offered on a modular basis and specifically designed for professionals with a demanding work schedule
  • The PSCM curriculum equips students with skills that meet this gap and paves the way to greater career prospects
  • Allows between 2-5 years to complete the program
  • Weekend and evening classes
  • "Pay as you go" program - Student only pay for courses attended
  • PSCM students who maintain A- grade point average or above are sponsored by MISI to attend MIT Campus, USA

Curriculum

  • Analytical Methods for Supply Chain Management 0, I & II
  • Logistic Systems: Forecasting & Inventory I & II
  • Supply Chain Finance I & II
  • System Dynamics
  • System Technologies
  • Systems Optimization
  • Transportation Systems
  • Technical Communications I & II
  • Research Methods
  • Case Studies in Logistics & SCM I & II
  • Procurement
  • Retail Supply Chains and eCommerce
  • Supply Chain Design and Strategy
  • Distribution and Fulfillment Centers
  • Supply Chain Planning
  • Introduction to Operations Management
  • Engineering System Analysis for Design – Real Options
  • Global Supply Chain Management
  • Supply Chain Seminars and Practice
  • Sales and Operations Planning
  • Data Analytics I & II
  • Research Project Report I & II / Thesis I

MIT INTERACTION

PSCM students have the opportunity to attend the SCALE Connect held at MIT in Boston, Massachusetts USA, during the month of January each year.

Qualification criteria:
1. Complete 24 credit units and complete One (1) Case Study or 50% of Thesis .
2. Achieve a minimum CGPA of 4.67 (A-)
3. Have two letters of recommendations from MISI faculty members.
4. Submit a written application to the MISI academic Committee (MAC) for approval

Students who complete the SCALE Connect program are awarded 3 credit points with an MIT CTL certificate, upon graduation from the PSCM program.

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  • Minimum undergraduate / Bachelor’s degree
  • At least 2 years of relevant work experience
  • Basic quantitative skills
  • Proficiency in English

Download and complete the PSCM Application Form and email to dbaylis@misi.edu.my

  • Download and complete the PSCM Application Form and email to dbaylis@misi.edu.my
  • After application approval, the following information is required :
    • Updated Resume or CV.
    • Scanned copy of the personal information page of your ID or passport.
    • Scanned copy of degrees / diplomas / certificates and academic transcripts.
    • Scanned copy of two reference letters from employer, with at least one from the most recent employer.
    • Note: You are requested to produce original copies of the above documents on registration day.

Tuition Fees and Payment Schedule:

  • The program fee is RM 63,250 (RM 20,000 scholarships available for Malaysian citizens)
  • RM 2,000 non-refundable admission fee to be paid on acceptance of offer letter
  • RM 2,200 registration fee paid before commencement of class
  • RM 39,050 (with scholarship) course fees “pay as you go” (*below)
  • RM 59,050 (without scholarship) course fees “pay as you go” (*below)

WITH Scholarship:
RM 63,250 Total Program Cost.
– RM 20,000 Scholarship (paid by MISI)
RM 43,250 Program Cost (with Scholarship)
– RM 2,000 Admission Fee (Paid by student)
– RM 2,200 Registration Fee (Paid by student)
– RM 39,050 Cost of courses (Paid by student) * “Pay as you Go”
Cost per 1.5 credit hour course RM 1,220.31 * “Pay as you Go”

WITHOUT Scholarship:
RM 63,250 Total Program Cost
– RM 2,000 Admission Fee (Paid by student)
– RM 2,200 Registration Fee (Paid by student)
Calculation per credit hour for “WITHOUT Scholarship” = RM59050/48credit hours  = RM1,230.21. Hence Cost per 1.5 credit hour course RM1845,31 * ”Pay as you Go”.

Early Bird Reduction:
Where eligible for the January 2020 intake Early bird reduction of RM 2,000. Within the specified time frame.

David S. Baylis
dbaylis@misi.edu.my
Malaysia Institute for Supply Chain Innovation
No. 2A, Persiaran Tebar Layar,
Seksyen U8, Bukit Jelutong, Shah Alam,
40150 Selangor, Malaysia.

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