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Industrial Engineering and Logistics Management (International Program)

Bachelor of Engineering



B.Eng. Industrial Engineering and Logistics Management

(International Program)

Tuition Fee

90,000 THB/Semester*

Length of Study

4 years

Curriculum Design

Future/advanced manufacturing




Exchange program with renowned 
   universities in UK and Asia



The admission process starts from November. IMSE classes will begin in August of the following year.


  • High-school transcript

  • 1 standardized test (SAT/ACT/IB/GAT/PAT)

  • 1 English proficiency test (TOEFL/IELTS/IB) for a non-native English speaker

  • 1 personal statement

  • 2 letters of recommendation





Science and Mathematics

  • Physics 1 and 2

  • Numerical Methods

  • Operations Research

  • Chemistry

  • Probability and Statistics

  • Introduction to Calculus

  • Advanced Calculus

  • Differential Equation and Linear Algebra

Engineering Fundamentals

  • Introduction to Engineering Programming

  • Engineering Drawing

  • Engineering Mechanics

  • Engineering Materials

Industrial Engineering Fundamentals

  • Intelligent Device and Digitals Systems

  • Process Analysis and Redesign

  • Engineering Economy

  • Discrete Event Simulation

  • Introduction to Database Design and Implementation

  • Computer and Information Technology for Industrial Engineering

  • Production Planning and Control

  • Automation Systems

  • Project Management

  • Cost Analysis and Management


Industrial Modelling and Analytics

  • Data Science and Data Analytics

  • Supply Chain Modelling

  • Manufacturing Logistics and Warehouse Management

  • Decision Modelling and Risk Analysis

  • Artificial Intelligence in Industrial Engineering

  • Human Factors in Engineering and Design

  • Quality Engineering


  • Supply Chain Strategy

  • Facility Layout and Location

  • Technology Management Strategy

  • New Product Management

  • Service Innovation Management

  • Quality Planning and Management

  • Management System Sustainability

  • Energy and Environmental Management

  • Health Care Engineering

  • Human Interaction and Service System

  • Financial Modeling

  • Windows Application Development for Industrial

  • Web Application Development for Industrial

  • Modern Manufacturing Process

  • Industrial Robot

  • Nanotechnology and Nanosensors





  • Physics 1

  • Introduction to Calculus

  • Chemistry

  • Introduction to Engineering Programming

  • Engineering Materials

  • (ESL) Academic Listening and Speaking

  • (GenEd Elective): Interpretation and Argument


  • Physics 2

  • Advanced Calculus

  • Engineering Drawing

  • Engineering Mechanics

  • (ESL) Academic Reading and Writing

  • (GenEd Elective): Innovative Communication

  • (GenEd Elective)


Program Objectives

1. Our graduates practice Industrial Engineering profession with confidence, by solving complex logistics and management problems creatively and optimally.


2. Our graduates expertly generate and develop management ideas, and transform them into new business products, logistic processes, and services to establish marketplace advantage and meet current demands.


3. Our graduates use technical leadership to establish successful careers in their business and profession, providing viable engineering solutions to the community.


4. Our graduates apply their technical expertise to support and strengthen society’s economic well-being.


5. Our graduates utilize new technologies, methodologies, and tools to successfully meet the challenges of the rapidly changing regional and global environment.

ABET Student Outcomes

SO 1. an ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems by applying principles of engineering, science, and mathematics.


SO 2. an ability to apply both analysis and synthesis in the engineering design process, resulting in designs that meet desired needs.


SO 3. an ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences.


SO 4. an ability to recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in engineering situations and make informed judgements, which must consider the impact of engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental, societal contexts.


SO 5. An ability to function effectively in teams that establish goals, plan tasks, meet deadlines, and analyze risk and uncertainty.


SO 6. an ability to develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data, and use engineering judgement to draw conclusions.


SO 7. An ability to recognize the ongoing need for additional knowledge and locate, evaluate, integrate, and apply this knowledge appropriately.

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