Entrance Year Sept 2021
Programme Code 02402-SYG
Mode of Study Full-time
Credits Required for Graduation
60-75 (plus 3 training credits)
The exact credits required for each AD/HD holder will depend on the approved credits of transfer.
60-75 (plus 3 training credits)
Programme Leader Dr Anthony Pang Deputy Programme Leader Dr Johnny Wan
BEng, MPhil, PhD
BA, MPhil, PhD
Dr Anthony Pang
Deputy Programme Leader
Dr Johnny Wan
- This programme is offered within the BBA (Hons) Scheme.
- The curriculum of this programme, including the credit requirements, is subject to review.
- The number of credits to be transferred will depend on the entry qualification of individual AD/HD admittees.
- All BBA (Hons) students must complete a short work placement during their studies, either in summer or during semester time. The department provides assistance in finding suitable placements.
Aims and Characteristics
Programme Aims & Learning Outcomes
Supply chain management focuses on how firms optimise resources in a logistics network that delivers value to end customers. As Hong Kong is a logistics and trading centre of global importance, supply chain management is of particular relevance to many businesses and industries. With the advancement of technological innovation and business analytics, the integration of management knowledge and analytical skills becomes essential for supply chain managers to make effective decisions.
This programme provide you with
- A rounded business education and specialisation in supply chain management
- Skills and knowledge in operations management, information technology, cross-functional management, international business and transport logistics to meet the current and future needs of SCM expertise in Hong Kong
The programme curriculum is designed to satisfy the demand of logistics and supply chain related industries by producing graduates with knowledge and skills for managing the global flows of goods in the supply chain. It combines Core Subjects that tackle the backbone of global supply chain management (GSCM) and a wide range of Elective Subjects.
There is a strong emphasis on interactive and student-centred learning methods, including case studies, role plays and simulation exercises. Visits to companies and other organisations are arranged, and practitioners are invited as guest speakers to share their practical experience with students.
All students within the Faculty of Business are encouraged to participate in the Whole Person Development Programme (WPDP), which includes a range of extracurricular activities, such as leadership training camps, peer tutoring, mentorship and exchange with institutions overseas or in the Chinese mainland.
Each student may be assigned a mentor, who is an experienced executive or manager in the business world who provides advice and support and helps students to plan their careers and prepare for their first jobs after graduation.
If students wish, and subject to availability, they can spend a semester studying at another university overseas or in the Chinese mainland, and have the credits counted towards their PolyU degree.
Work Integrated Education (WIE)
To graduate, every student must complete 100 hours (3 training credits) of WIE. The Department has developed opportunities for students to work in firms either during the summer vacation or as part-timers. Summer placements may be found in Hong Kong, the Chinese mainland or overseas. These, and other forms of work experience, can be counted towards the WIE requirement.
Graduates are granted full exemption from the Professional Qualifying Examination (PQE) (Logistics Stream) of The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in Hong Kong (CILTHK).
Graduates with passes in required subjects may satisfy the partial educational requirements for membership of The International Institute of Management (IIM).
They are also granted partial exemption from the qualifying examinations of The Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS) (click here) .
Graduates are also qualified to register as Associate Member of The Institute of Purchasing & Supply of Hong Kong (IPSHK).