The Bachelor of Industrial Management (BIM) is an undergraduate program focusing on equipping students with essential skills for effective industrial management. Covering operations, supply chain, and strategic management, the curriculum integrates business with engineering and technology. Emphasizing practical application, graduates are prepared for roles in production, logistics, and project management, contributing to the efficiency of industrial operations.
PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE
The program educational objectives of the Bachelor of Industrial Management aim to produce graduates with a robust foundation in industrial management principles, encompassing operations, supply chain, and strategic management. Alumni are expected to demonstrate interdisciplinary thinking by integrating business, engineering, and technology concepts to address complex industrial challenges, fostering innovation. The program seeks to cultivate leadership and decision-making skills, preparing graduates for managerial roles in production, logistics, and project management. Additionally, the objective includes instilling a commitment to continuous learning and adaptability, ensuring that graduates remain agile in navigating evolving industry trends and technologies, contributing effectively to the dynamic field of industrial management.