PICOMS City Campus
January, April and September
Medium of Instructions: English/ Bahasa Melayu
Background of Program :
In the coming ten years, the field of logistics and supply chain management will see big changes in the area of urbanization, sustainability, consumer & technology, globalization, economic power shifts, and the vulnerability of information chains. A winning logistics and supply chain model requires passion for the implementation of logistics innovations. However, products only move in the supply chain because of decisions by people. A customer driven supply chain is only possible with a passion for people, to ensure that innovative solutions can be accepted by employees. Only then you can achieve better results such as to organize efficient logistics, to invent logistics and supply chain model and to implement customer driven chain supply for better results.
Program Educational Objectives (PEO)
Produce graduates with the knowledge, hands-on skills and positive attitude in the field of logistics management;
Equip graduates with the latest technology and development in the logistics industry;
Prepare students with the critical analysis and communication skills that enable students to effectively present views, either in writing or through oral presentations, and to analyses and critique the views of the purposes of decision making in the logistics management; and
Prepare graduates for life-long learning, life-long professional and career development and life-long personal development in international logistics development.
Program Learning Objective (PLO)
Demonstrate relevant knowledge & critically appraise transport and logistics problems and responding to change and the consideration of the future of transport and logistics development and the external environment in which they operate;
analyse, interpret and extrapolate different types of information in transport and logistics systems as well as capable of using business models of transport and logistics, and associated numeracy skills;
critically assess the changing environment in which transport and logistics operate and the implications on their efficiency and effectiveness;
Exhibit communication skills in a variety of domains, including writing, speaking, listening and reading, while respecting the impact of technology on effective communication.
demonstrate social skills, teamwork and responsibility while exercising corporate social responsibility;
Display values, professionalism, moral and ethical business conduct in corporate social responsibility.
evaluate and appraise the importance of information and communications technology and global business strategies on transport and logistics systems and the principles of lifelong learning in their academic and career development;
show managerial and entrepreneurial skills in addressing business issues to manage and plan for the long-term viability of business; and
Exhibit leadership and workplace relationship skills that will enable them to deal with customer, employee, and supplier issues.
Career Prospects :
Admission Requirements :
Possesses SPM with at least credit in THREE subjects;
Possesses SKM Level 3 in the related field;
A Certificate (Level 3, MQF) in the related field with at least CGPA of 2.00;
A pass in Sijil Tinggi Pelajaran Malaysia (STPM) with at least Grade C (GP 2.0) in any subject;
A pass in Sijil Tinggi Agama Malaysia (STAM) with at least Grade Maqbul;
Other equivalent qualifications recognised by the Malaysian Government
English proficiency for foreign student:
International students are required to achieve a minimum score of 5.5 for IELTS OR its equivalent
Admission Fee : RM 200 (Registration Fee)
Opportunities For Further Studies :
Diploma holders can proceed directly into the Bachelor of International Supply Chain Management program at the Faculty of Management, Education and Humanities (FPPK) PICOMS International University College (PIUC). Graduates can also further their studies at any local or foreign universities.