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Titre : MASTER IN  INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

UNIVERSITY OF MAURITIUS
           
Duration (in semesters) : 8 (part-time), 4 (full time)

Credits (per semester) : 9
                       
Objectives 
The MSc Industrial Engineering and Management has been specifically designed to equip graduates with problem-solving, technical and managerial skills and knowledge related to Industrial Engineering and Management and to prepare them for professional careers in managing manufacturing, engineering and other technologically oriented services. Graduates shall grasp the ability to conceptualise, analyse, synthesise and implement industrial systems and service and at the same time efficiently manage manufacturing ,engineering and other technology-oriented systems.

Structure and content of the program

 

Please refer to the link for details: http://sites.uom.ac.mu/foe/index.php/programmes/postgrad

 

MECH 6306

Production and Operations Management

3+0

3

MECH 6102

Design of Manufacturing Systems

3+0

3

MECH 6103

Industrial Systems Analysis

3+0

3

ENGG 6202

Research Methods

3+0

3

MECH 6101

Managing Quality

3+0

3

MGT 5212

Human Resources and Quality Management

3+0

3

PROJECT

 

 

 

ELECTIVES

ENGINEERING  ELECTIVES

MECH 6409

Maintenance Management

3+0

3

MECH 6407

Occupational Safety

3+0

3

MECH 6406

Computer Integrated Manufacturing Systems

3+0

3

MECH 6410

Energy Management

3+0

3

MECH 6408

Operations Research

3+0

3

MECH 6201

Quality Systems & Auditing

3+0

3

CIVE 6102

Environmental Management 1

3+0

3

CSE 6005

Management Information Systems

3+0

3

ENGG 6410

Asset Management

3+0

3

MANAGEMENT  ELECTIVES

ACT 5112

                     Project Economics & Finance

3+0

3

MGT 5282

Strategic Management for Executives

3+0

3

MGT 5109

Employment Laws

3+0

3

MGT 6115

Business-to-Business Marketing

3+0

3

MGT 6180

Managing Human Resources

3+0

3

MGT 6211

Business Ethics and Corporate Governance

3+0

3

 

Assessment

Students are required to register for modules which they intend to follow in a given semester on date(s) specified by the Faculty.

Each module will carry 100 marks and will be assessed as follows (unless otherwise specified): Written examination of 3-hour duration and continuous assessment of 10% to 30% of total marks. Continuous assessment may be based on laboratory work, seminars, and/or assignments and should include at least one class test.

For a student to pass a module, a minimum of 30% should be attained in both the Continuous Assessment and the Written Examination separately, with an overall total of a minimum of 40% in that module. All modules carry equal weighting. The project carries 9 credits.

*Continuous assessment only
Each module will consist of 45 contact hours (this includes lectures, tutorials, seminars, workshops, external visits, etc.).  The total contact (taught) hours of the course therefore will be 405 hours.  The Research Project will involve 180 working hours including direct supervision by a member of academic staff and/or an external supervisor.

 

 Learning outcomes

At the end of this programme graduates should be able to develop:

  • a  thorough  understanding  of  the  principles  and  technology  related  to  Engineering  and manufacturing services;
  • in-depth  knowledge  of  Industrial  Engineering  and  Industrial  Management  concepts  and techniques and the ability to apply these techniques in designing and managing manufacturing, engineering and other services;
  • the ability to conceptualise, analyse, synthesise and implement industrial systems and services;
  • the ability to efficiently manage manufacturing, engineering and other technology-oriented systems.