Industrial and Systems Engineering Department

Industrial and Systems Engineering Department
Room O2 - 602
Tel: (84 - 8) 37244270 Ext: 3327 or (84 – 8) 22114016

Department of Industrial Systems Engineering (ISE) of the International University (IU) - National University City, Ho Chi Minh was established in January, 2009. For over 6 years, the Department has more than 250 students, 2 graduate batches, and two majors: Industrial Systems Engineering (ISE) and Logistics and Supply Chain Management (SCM & Logistics). The head of Department is Associate Professor, Dr. Ho Thanh Phong, rector of IU. The Department is currently offering two degree programs in:

1. Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE)

The Industrial and Systems Engineering program trains engineers with skills needed to undertake the design, installation and management of integrated systems between people, materials, equipment, methods and energy. ISE engineers can work in a wide range of environments between business, industry and government. The knowledge obtained from the program helps engineers to design and manage industrial systems and services, as well as improve efficiency and productivity, reasonable cost. The program has 142 credits, including the body of knowledge:

  • Designing and development of industrial systems and products
  • Production management
  • Operations research
  • Quality management
  • Modeling and simulation
  • Project management
  • Scheduling and planning
  • Supply chain management
  • Multi-criteria decision making
  • Facility planning

2.   Logistics and Supply Chain Management (SCM & Logistics)

The Logistics and Supply Chain Management program trains engineers with comprehensive knowledge and technological skills needed to evaluate and recognize the diversity in business and environmental management of the global supply chain, as well as, analysis and design of local and global logistics systems. Graduates can undertake tasks related to supply chain activities, including demand planning, purchasing, inventory control, material handling, transportation, inventory management, product distribution and support services, and strategic supply chain management. The training program has 143 credits, including the body of knowledge:

  • Operations research
  • Warehouse design and management
  • Inventory management
  • Modeling and simulation
  • Multimodal transportation
  • Forecasting techniques
  • Purchasing management
  • International freight transportation

3. Career Opportunities

  • Graduates from these 2 majors can take on tasks such as:
  • Procurement engineer
  • Production engineer/manager
  • Warehouse/transportation engineer
  • Industrial project management engineer
  • Quality management engineer
  • Logistics management engineer
  • Inventory management engineer
  • Planning/scheduling engineer
  • Product design engineer