EXECUTIVE MASTERS IN LOGISTICS ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT

Core Logistics Engineering Management Program

“Achieving Class A in Core Logistics Engineering Management”

Logistics Engineering Management focuses on the design, development, production, distribution, and sustaining support of "systems" throughout their planned life-cycle. The "system" comprising a mix of products and processes; be made up to include a combination of resources in the form of materials, equipment, software, people, facilities, data, information, and services. The program is an engineering management approaches to ensure full supportability, technical qualities, risks and efficiencies of the related systems involved.

A system, in order to successfully accomplish its intended mission, must include (as a major element) an effective logistics and maintenance support infrastructure that will be available when and for as long as required. It is essential that this element be addressed on a total life-cycle basis, with particular emphasis in the early phases of the design and development of new systems and/or re-engineering of existing systems. This course will concentrate on logistics from a systems engineering perspective; i.e., the design of systems for supportability and serviceability, the production and effective distribution of systems for customer use, and the sustaining maintenance and support of systems throughout their period of utilization.

:: COURSE OBJECTIVES ::

The objective of this course is to develop core Logistics Engineering Management leaders, entrepreneurs and logistics senior executives with the right knowledge and skills. Logistics Engineering Management involves in the following areas in the science and arts of Logistics Technology particularly in the areas of Logistics Engineering, Integrated Logistics Support, Strategic Logistics Plans, Logistics Re engineering, Logistics Performance Management and overall managing of logistics functions

:: DURATION ::

Approximately 1 year

:: LECTURE HOURS ::

192 hours @ 8 hours per meeting

:: MODE OF STUDY ::

Part-time

:: ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS ::

1. Executive Bachelor with minimum 3 years working experience and at least 24 years old, or
2. Executive Diploma and with at least 10 years of working experience, or
3. Advance Certificates from professional bodies or
4. Other Qualifications approved by the AeU Boards

:: WHO SHOULD ATTEND ::

Senior Executives, Senior Officers and management officers performing “staff” functions from the core logistics area.

:: ASSESSMENT ::

Class participations and attendance
Individual assignments
Group Assignments
Presentation
Quiz/tests

:: TEACHING METHODOLOGY ::

Lecture and Face to Face Tutorial
On line Tutorial
Group Presentation
Case Study Analysis

:: COMMON MODULES ::

MILM101 Strategic Logistics Management 3 Credit Hours
MILM102 Logistics Acquisition Management 3 Credit Hours
MILM103 Lean and Agile Supply Chain Management 3 Credit Hours
MILM104 Integrated Logistics Supports (Logistics Engineering) 3 Credit Hours
MILM105 Human Resource Management 3 Credit Hours
  TOTAL 15 Credit Hours

:: SPECIALIZED MODULES ::

MILM401 Reliability, Availability and Maintainability; and Configuration Management 3 Credit Hours
MILM402 Logistics Information Systems 3 Credit Hours
MILM403 Applied Technologies in Logistics
RFID and Computerizations Management
3 Credit Hours
MILM404 Logistics Project Management 3 Credit Hours
MILM405 Project Paper 3 Credit Hours
  TOTAL 15 Credit Hours

:: CREDIT HOURS ::

1. Common Modules @ 5 modules x 3 credit hours 15 Credit Hours
2. Specialized Modules @ 5 Modules x 3 credit hours 15 Credit Hours
  TOTAL 30 Credit Hours