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To be eligible for the award of the Master of Science in Smart Manufacturing, students shall satisfy either of the following requirements:

  • 7 taught subjects, including 4 Compulsory, at least 1 Core and at most 2 Elective subjects, and a Dissertation;


  • 10 taught subjects, including 4 Compulsory, at least 3 Core and at most 3 Elective subjects.

Each taught subject carries 3 credits and the Dissertation carries 9 credits. To obtain the Master’s degree, students must acquire a minimum of 30 credits.


Compulsory Subjects

  • ISE5331 Optimization and Data Analytics for Industry 4.0
  • ISE5321 Cyber-Physical Industry 4.0 Systems
  • ISE5311 Advanced Manufacturing Processes
  • ISE5301 Frontiers in Industry 4.0

Core Subjects

  • ISE5312 Industrial Human-Robot Systems and Automation
  • ISE5322 Industrial Metaverse and Mixed Reality
  • ISE5332 Smart Manufacturing Operations Management
  • ISE5323 Smart Product-Service Systems
  • ISE5333 Industrial Blockchain and Applications
  • ISE538 Process and Performance Measurement
  • ISE5021 Technology Project Management

Elective Subjects

  • ISE5019 Optimization Modeling & Applications
  • ISE559 Technology Audit and Assessment

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