Master of Business Administration in Manufacturing and Production Management

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The programme is beneficial for professionals in the manufacturing sector such as Production and Process Engineers, Quality Control Engineers, Facility Engineers, Health and Safety Executives, IT Specialists and Marketing Executives. Graduates will be equipped with the expertise and leadership skills that are vital in the management of a manufacturing plant. They will be knowledgeable about different aspects of general business management including human resources, accounting and finance, strategic management and quality management.


Study Programmes


Relevant to industry needs

Expert instructors

from industries


Online Part-time Learning

Fast track to Master Cert

via APEL (A) and (C)

“The expert in anything was once a beginner.”
Helen Hayes

Top Core Courses

Fundamentals that will build you up to stay relevant and excellent today, tomorrow and beyond.

Advanced Supply Chain Management

The course introduces the key concepts in supply chain management. Throughout this course, a holistic perspective of supply chain management will be presented. The main topics of this course are operational issues, upstream and downstream relationships, supply chain strategies, and the integration of processes using information technology.

Sustainability, Health, Safety and Environmental Issues

This course aims to acquire you with fundamental knowledge about the principles of sustainability, health, safety & environment, the current issues and enable you to implement sustainability concept and environment, health and safety management systems in your workplace. By the end of this course, you should be able to describe the causes and effects of accidents in the workplace, including the impact of accidents on individuals, companies and society at large.

Advanced Manufacturing

The overview of advanced manufacturing processes such as additive manufacturing and nanotechnology will be discussed. Also, the course cover the discussion about smart manufacturing, business process and digital business.

Learning Pathways

Students will have the opportunity to explore business administration core courses, along with specialised manufacturing and production courses which will emphasise the extensive knowledge and practices that are required to solve current manufacturing and production challenges.

Students will continue learning about manufacturing and production in the area of supply chain management and apply their gained knowledge in an independent final-year project.

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