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Industrial Engineering and Logistics Management (International Program)

Bachelor of Engineering

Program Educational 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, logistics 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 complex engineering problems by applying principles of engineering, science, and mathematics.

 

SO 2. An ability to apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors.

 

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 judgments, which must consider the impact of engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts.

 

SO 5. An ability to function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives.

 

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

 

SO 7. An ability to acquire and apply new knowledge as needed, using appropriate learning strategies.

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Major

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

Language

English

International Collabs

Collaboration with renowned 
   universities in Asia

ADMISSION

Process

The admission process starts from November. IELM classes will begin in July of the following year.

Requirement

  • 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

Admission

CURRICULUM

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Curriculum

COURSES

Mathematics and Science for Engineering

  • General Physics 1 and General Physics Laboratory 1 

  • General Physics 2 and General Physics Laboratory 2 

  • General Chemistry and General Chemistry Laboratory 

  • Introduction to Calculus 

  • Advanced Calculus 

  • Linear Algebra 

  • Differential Equations 

  • Probability and Statistics 1 

  • Probability and Statistics 2 

Basic Engineering

  • Introduction to Engineering Programming 

  • Engineering Drawing 

  • Engineering Mechanics 

  • Engineering Materials 

  • Manufacturing Processes 

  • Thermodynamics 

  • Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering 

  • Industrial Engineering Laboratory 

  • Industrial Engineering Practice 

  • Mechanical Engineering Laboratory 

IELM Required Core Courses

  • Engineering Economy 

  • Production Planning and Control 

  • Industrial Plant Design 

  • Maintenance Engineering 

  • Quality Engineering 

  • Industrial Safety Engineering 

  • Industrial Work Study 

  • Operations Research 

COURSES

Modelling and Industrial Systems

  • Computer and Information Technology for Industrial Engineering 

  • Automation Systems 

  • Data Science and Data Analytics 

  • Supply Chain and Logistics Management 

  • Material Handling and System Design 

  • Transportation and Distribution 

  • Inventory and Warehouse Management 

  • Discrete Event Simulation 

  • Project Management 

  • Industrial Engineering and Logistics Management Capstone Design

 

IELM Elective Courses

  • 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

  • IELM Project Preparation

  • IELM Project

Courses

ROADMAP

FRESHMEN

Semester 1

  • INTRODUCTION TO CALCULUS 

  • GENERAL PHYSICS 1 

  • GENERAL PHYSICS LABORATORY 1 

  • ENGINEERING DRAWING 

  • INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING PROGRAMMING 

  • ENGINEERING MATERIALS 

  • (ESL) ACADEMIC LISTENING AND SPEAKING  

  • (GENED ELECTIVE: HUMANITIES 1) 

Semester 2

  • GENERAL PHYSICS 2 

  • GENERAL PHYSICS LABORATORY 2 

  • ADVANCED CALCULUS 

  • GENERAL CHEMISTRY  

  • GENERAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY 

  • ENGINEERING MECHANICS 

  • (ESL) ACADEMIC READING AND WRITING 

  • (GENED ELECTIVE: HUMANITIES 2) 

  • (GENED ELCETIVE: SOCIAL SCIENCE 1) 

Roadmap
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