Master of Science Program in Logistics and Supply Chain Management   (LGM)

Master of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management is the integration of
management discipline, and science and technology. The program concentrates on the
application of scientific tools to solve logistics and supply chain problems in order to achieve
sustainable competitiveness with respect to social and environmental concerns in a global
context. Graduates could apply knowledge and skills to pursue their career paths in public
and private sectors, for example, in logistics providing company and division of supply chain
and logistics, warehouse, transportation, production, analysis and planning, and import and
export. 

 

Asst. Prof Sorawit  Yaovasuwanchai Ph.D.  Chif of Program in Logistics and Supply Chain  Management

 

Objective

  • To educate new graduates with logistics management skills to serve for industrial and country needs in several kinds of organizations;
  •  To develop new areas of knowledge, technique, and technology for logistics management in order to enhance competitiveness of an organization;
  • To support cooperation and networking formation between academic institution and industry, as well as stimulate knowledge and experience exchanges regarding business management;
  • To provide academic services and research for government agencies and private sectors.

Lecturer Cours

Assoc. Prof.Dr.Thananya   Wasusri

Qualification: 

Ph.D.(Manufacturing Engineering and Operations Management)

Academy graduation :

The University of Nottingham, UK. 

Asst. Prof.Dr.Chumpol Monthatipkul

Qualification : 

Ph.D. (Industrial Engineering)

Academy graduation :

Thammasat University, Thailand

Asst. Prof.Dr.Sorawit   Yaovasuwanchai

Qualification:

Ph.D. (Industrial Engineering)

Academy graduation :

Thammasat University, Thailand

Asst. Prof.Dr.Pongchai   Athikomrattanakul

Qualification :

Ph.D. (Industrial Engineering)

Academy graduation :

Iowa State University, U.S.A. 

Dr. Kanokporn   Kungwalsong

Qualification : 

Ph.D. (Dual Degree in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research)

Academy graduation :

The Pennsylvania State University, USA. 

 

Lecture

Assoc. Prof.Dr.Varit   Srilaong

Qualification : 

Ph.D. (Postharvest Biology and Technology)

Academy graduation :

Kagoshima University, Japan.

Assoc. Prof.Dr.Ampol   Karoonsoontawong

Qualification : 

Ph.D.(Transportation Systems)

Academy graduation :

The University of Texas at Austin, U.S.A. 

 

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อ.ประวีน ปาติยเสวี

CEO Eagle Logistics Ltd. Director - Pat Consulting And Services

 

Master of Science Program in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Overall Credits 43

Supplementary Courses 2 Credits (Plan A2) (Non – Credit - Courses)

  • • Research Methodology for Logistics and Supply Chain Management 2 Credits

Compulsory 22 Credits

  • Modern Logistics Management 3 Credits
  • Advance Warehouse and Distribution Management 3 Credits
  • Strategic Procurement Management and Global Sourcing 3 Credits
  • International Freight Transportation Management 3 Credits
  • Inventory Management 3 Credits
  • Quality and Productivity Management for Supply Chains 3 Credits
  • Supply Chain Management 3 Credits
  • Seminar in Logistics and Supply Chain Management 1 Credits

Area of Specialization

Plan A2 (Thesis 12 Credits) 9 Credits

Plan B (Independent Study 6 Credits) 12 Credits

Plan B (Independent Study 3 Credits) 15 Credits

  • Supply Chain Risk Management 3 Credits
  • Strategic Relationship Management in Supply Chains 3 Credits
  • Supply Chain Simulation Modeling 3 Credits
  • Logistics Decision Modeling 3 Credits
  • Information Technology for Logistics and Supply Chain Management 3 Credits
  • Special Topic I 3 Credits
  • Special Topic II 3 Credits
  • Special Topic III 3 Credits

Electives 3 Credits

  • Food Supply Chain Management 3 Credits
  • Reverse Logistics and Green Supply Chain 3 Credits
  • Strategic Retail Supply Chain Management 3 Credits
  • Financial Feasibility and Decision Making in Supply Chains 3 Credits
  • Electives offered by the GMI and approved 3 Credits
  • by the advisor and lecturer

Thesis and Independent Study

Plan A2 (Thesis 12 Credits)

  • Thesis 12 Credits

Plan B (Independent Study 6 Credits)

  • • Special Research Project 6 Credits

Plan B (Independent Study 3 Credits)

  • Independent Study 3 Credits

English Subjects (Non – Credit Courses)

  • Remedial English Course For Post Greduate Students 2 Credits
  • Insessional English Course for Post Graduate Students 3 Credits