Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Logistics and Supply Chain Management


Intakes: March, June/July & Sept/Oct
Mode of Study: Full Time
Duration: 3 years
Credits: 122

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The word ‘business’ is broad-based because it encompasses a wide range of concepts and activities. Logistics and supply chain management is one aspect of business that has not received much attention from the public. These management skills are not exactly visible, but they are very crucial, especially for major businesses that require the delivery of goods from one location to the other.

What is this programme about?

This is a very important subject for all types of businesses, both local and global. This programme prepares students to work in the very challenging and dynamic field of logistics which demands fast, efficient and accurate strategic business decisions. Students will be exposed to multiple logistics activities and applications such as inbound and outbound logistics, aviation, and land transport which includes rail, road and off-road transport.

In addition to that, this programme provides students the opportunity to learn the various aspects of logistics operation management, including the design, implementation and management of systems for efficient deployment of personnel, physical facilities, raw materials, in-process inventories, finished goods and related information or services. Students also will have an opportunity to learn directly from world renowned logistics companies through the frequent academic visits, seminars and industrial training.

What should I expect?

For a business to run smoothly, logistics and supply chain management are critical elements that need careful planning. This area is challenging as you will need the ability to respond to the constantly changing needs of customers and situations. This programme, however, will equip you with the vital skills needed. Both the public and private sectors, will need graduates in this field. Therefore, your skills and expertise will always be in demand.

The programme includes a three month industrial training. During this internship, students will have the opportunity to gain industry experience to make them more employable once they graduate. The internship will expose students to all the operations that they will need to deal with from the beginning to the end. From this, they will learn what is expected from them once they start working in the field.

Who should take this programme?

If you are a person who hungers for challenges and find this area suits your personality, then this is a programme that is worth pursuing. You will be one of those who will be involved in the decision making process of the organisation that you work for. The working opportunities are wide and you need not worry about landing a job once you complete your studies.


STPM Minimum CGPA of 2.00, pass Mathematics and English in SPM
STAM Minimum grade of jayyid, pass Mathematics and English in SPM
A-Level Minimum 2 Principal Passes and pass Mathematics in O-Level
UEC Minimum 5Bs (pass in Mathematics)
Diploma/ HND Minimum CGPA of 2.00 including pass/50% and above in Mathematics
Foundation/Matriculation Minimum CGPA of 2.00
SAM/ HSC/ AUSMAT TER/UAI: average 50% including Mathematics
CPU/ CIMP Average of 50% including Mathematics
IB 24 points or higher based on 6 subjects (minimum level 4 for each subject)
Other Qualifications As recognised by the Senate of IUKL as equivalent to STPM
PTE 51
Cambridge English 160


Year 1

Mata Pelajaran Umum (General subject), Organizational Management, Business Mathematics, Introduction to Financial Accounting, Business Economics, Basic Marketing, Introduction to Statistics, Calculus, Business Law, 4 Free Electives

Year 2

Organizational Behavior, Operations Management, Cost Accounting, Financial Management, Quantitative Methods and Statistics, Intro to Logistics Management, Transport Theory and Practice, Professional Communication, Research Method, Basic Econometrics, Supply Chain Management, Procurement Management, International Trade Law, International Shipping Practices

Year 3

International Business, Project Paper 1, Supply Chain Logistics Management, Strategic Management, Warehouse Management, Strategic Logistics Management, International Logistics, Quality Management, Inventory Management, Project Paper 2, Industrial Training (12 weeks)



  • Administration and supervisory roles in export/import
  • Procurement and distribution manager
  • Freight forwarding and customs officer
  • Warehousing and inventory controller
  • Stock analyst or researcher
  • Consultants
  • Supply Chain Manager


How much will I make?

Degree holders can expect to earn around RM 2,000 to RM3,000 for a start but note that with dedication and experience, you will earn more in years to come. But, of course, your salary will also depend on the company that you work for.

Did you know?

There are only a few universities that offer this programme as it is quite new in Malaysia.

The industry is moving forward in line with efficiency of production and physical distribution and they require more employees with specializations in logistics and supply chain management. Therefore, students with this qualification are in high demand in the industry.

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