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M.Sc in Systems Engineering and Engineering Management & M.Sc in E-Commerce and Logistics Technologies. Prof. X.Q. CAI Department of SEEM The Chinese University of Hong Kong. September 2011. Curriculum ( MSc in SEEM). 3 required courses: - Principle of Engineering Management

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curriculum msc in seem
Curriculum (MSc in SEEM)
  • 3 required courses:

- Principle of Engineering Management

- Models and Decisions with Financial Applications

- Information Technology Management

  • 5 elective courses from three baskets or 4 elective courses + SEEM 5910 (at most two from each):

- Engineering Management

- Information Systems

- Financial Engineering

  • Students may take no more than 2 courses in other programmes, e.g. MSc in ETL under Division Head’s approval. )
seem 5910 project in seem
SEEM 5910 Project in SEEM
  • Under the supervision of the course instructor, students carry out a practical project in Systems Engineering & Engineering Management.Company visits and field studies may be required to help students understand different business operating environments and their implications for solution development.
  • Important Note: Students are not allowed to take more than one project course (Either SEEM5910 or ECLT5850).
area i engineering management
Area I: Engineering Management
  • Manufacturing and Service Operations Management
  • Advanced Engineering Economics
  • Quality Assurance and Control
  • Project and Technology Management
  • Logistics Management(You should take ECLT5730 if you would like to apply for CEF)
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Economics of Information
area ii information systems
Area II: Information Systems
  • Expert Systems and Decision Support
  • Client/Server Information Systems
  • Open Systems and Electronic Commerce
area iii financial engineering
Area III: Financial Engineering
  • Data Analysis in Financial Markets
  • Computational Finance
  • Stochastic Investment Models
  • Computational Intelligence in Financial Information Systems
  • Financial Analysis and Security Trading
  • (Reimbursable by The Continuing Education Fund, for local students only)
2011 12 timetable msc in seem
2011-12 Timetable (MSc in SEEM)

SEEM 5840 is included in the list of reimbursable courses for CEF purpose. For local students only

curriculum msc in eclt
Curriculum (MSc in ECLT)
  • 4 required courses

- Fundamentals of E-Commerce Technologies

- Electronic Payments Systems

- Logistics Management(Reimbursable by The Continuing Education Fund, for local students only)

- Engineering Economics

  • 4 elective courses from 2 baskets (at least 2 from each)

- Internet and Information Systems

- Enterprise Solutions

  • Students May take no more than 2 courses in other programmes, e.g. MSc in SEEM under Division Head’s approval. )
area i internet and information systems
Area I: Internet and Information Systems
  • Cryptography, Information Security and E-Commerce
  • E-Commerce Data Mining Techniques
  • Distributed and Mobile Systems
  • Network and Web Programming
  • Open Systems for E-Commerce
  • Project I in E-Commerce and Logistics Technologies
area ii enterprise solutions
Area II: Enterprise Solutions
  • Mobile Commerce and Mobile Logistics
  • Information Technology Management
  • Decision Methodology with Financial Application
  • Supply Chain Management
  • (Reimbursable by The Continuing Education Fund, for local students only)
  • Project II in E-Commerce and Logistics Technologies
2011 12 timetable msc in eclt
2011-12 Timetable (MSc in ECLT)

ECLT 5730 & ECLT 5940 are included in the list of reimbursable courses for CEF purpose, for local students only.

term dates
Term Dates
  • First term period:
    • Sept 5, 2011 (Mon) - Dec 3, 2011 (Sat)
    • Add/drop period: Sept 5 – 19, 2011
  • Second term period:
    • Jan 9, 2012 (Mon) – April 20, 2012 (Sat)
    • Add/drop period: Jan 9 – 26, 2012
duration of study
Duration of Study

Part time --- Normally two years, maximum four years.

Full Time --- Normally one year, maximum three years.

study beyond normative period
Study Beyond Normative Period
  • Continuation Fee

HK$3,750 per unit (HK$11,250 for a 3-unit course)

A student may apply for a waive of the continuation fee if a non-repeated course(s) is taken to fulfill the graduation requirement

  • Student Visa Extension
    • The student should submit a certifying letter (to be applied at the Graduate School website) together with an application form for visa extension (which can be downloaded at the HK Immigration Department website) to the HK Immigration Office directly.
    • Student might need to return to his/her hometown to process a new visa label subject to the approval period granted for the current visa.
    • For details, please contact the Graduate School office or HK Immigration Office (The Graduate School will make announcements/guidelines for visa extension at the end of 2nd term)
graduation requirements
Graduation Requirements
  • Should complete the prescribed course work with a GPA of 2.0 or above.
  • A student shall be required to discontinuestudies in the programme, if his/heraccumulative GPA is below 2.0

Letter Grade A A- B+ B B- C+ C C- D D F

Grade Points 4.0 3.7 3.3 3.0 2.7 2.3 2.0 1.7 1.3 1.0 0.0

A = Excellent

A- = Very good

B+, B, B- = Good

C+,C,C- = Fair

D+, D = Pass

F = Failure

graduation requirements1
Graduation Requirements
  • Students admitted in 2004-05 and thereafter will be barred from graduation if they do not pass the IT Proficiency Test, irrespective of whether they have attended the intensive course. Multiple attempts are allowed.
  • Students admitted in 2004-05 and thereafter, who have passed the International Computer Driving License Test, will be given exemption from the IT Proficiency Test upon application. (The application form for exemption is available on the SITC homepage.)
honesty in academic work
Honesty in Academic Work
  • The Chinese University of Hong Kong places very high importance on honesty in academic work submitted by students, and adopts a policy of zero tolerance on cheating in examinations and plagiarism.
  • Any related offence will lead to disciplinary action including termination of studies at the University.
  • More details can be found at http://www.cuhk.edu.hk/policy/academichonesty/
awards for outstanding students
Awards for Outstanding Students

Awards will be given to students who achieve excellent academic results at the end of the study period. Details will be announced soon.

supporting facilities
Supporting Facilities
  • Lab for Enterprise Resource Planning/Supply Chain Management (ERB 909)
  • Lab for E-Services Systems (ERB 602)
  • Lab for Financial Engineering (ERB 612)
  • Centre for Logistics Technologies and Supply Chain Optimization (LOGITSCO) (ERB 902)
study room lockers for full time msc students
Study Room & Lockers for full-time MSc students
  • Study Room:

ERB503 and ERB 904(students have to prepare their own notebooks if needed)

  • Lockers:
    • We have some lockers (in grey) in the 5/F & 9/F.
    • Students may apply for using a locker by sending an email to our office / Ms. Kenix Yeung (wtyeung@se.cuhk.edu.hk).
    • Lockers will be randomly allocated to students on a first-come, first-served basis
shuttle bus service
Shuttle Bus Service
  • Bus waiting points:

1. To Fu Road, near Yew Chung International School Secondary Section 多福道, 近耀中國際學校(中學部)Departure Time: 6:30 pm

2. University Railway Station (near the school shuttle bus stop) Departure Time: 6:55 pm

3. William M.W. Mong Engineering Building, CUHK

Arrival Time: 7:00 pm

  • The following wordings will be placed in front of the bus.

中文大學 MSc ECLT & MSc SEEM 專車

contacts
Contacts
  • Prof. X.Q. Cai, Programme Director (MSc in ECLT),

Division Head

Tel: 3943 8321

Email: xqcai@se.cuhk.edu.hk

  • Prof. Yu Xu, Jeffrey, Programme Director (MSc in SEEM)

Tel: 3943 8309

Email: yu@se.cuhk.edu.hk

  • General Office

Tel: 3943 8215 Ms Abbie Ko /

3943 8468 Ms. Kenix Yeung

Fax: 2603 5505

Email: tyko@se.cuhk.edu.hk / wtyeung@se.cuhk.edu.hk

    • The General Office opens until 8:00 p.m. on Mondays to Fridays
    • The University and the Division mainly communicate with you by emails.
contacts msc tutors
Contacts - MSc Tutors

Dr. Pan Hong

Office: ERB 705

Tel: 3943 8338

Email: hpan@se.cuhk.edu.hk

Dr. Wang Xiaoguo

Office: ERB 613

Tel: 3943 1007

Email: xgwang@se.cuhk.edu.hk