The manufacturing industry is an important sector in driving structural transformation into high value-added activities in Malaysia. The high value-added activities are to improve the value of products or services to customers. For example, high value-added activities include designing products, distributing and transporting products, processing customer orders and improving product quality. In doing so, companies need skilled managers or technologists, with a blend of engineering knowledge and management skills, to understand the whole operations management cycle and integrate people, materials, system and energy in a more productive and sustainable way.
|Bachelor of Technology (Honours) in Industrial Management|
Provisional Accredited - (N/520/6/0104)05/24(MQA/PSA12262)
January, May, October
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Faculty of Engineering and Green Technology (FEGT)