Elective Management Courses General Elective Management Courses Fact Sheet Project Management
Supply Chain Management 1
Supply Chain Management 2
Organization and Management Product Design and Material Technology ERP Systems
Management Across Cultures
The course unit provides a theoretical foundation for scientific project work. Students are trained in international teamwork development, project management, evaluation of technical, organisational, political and business aspects as well as in the required project management tools. This course unit introduces the basic aspects of production planning and control required to understand materials management. The textbook is used as a reference in the APICS (Bscm) CPIM certification examination.
This course unit is closely connected to Supply Chain Management 1 and covers a company’s relations with its external environment as well as different business philosophies such as Lean Thinking and Just in Time. General market aspects are covered, including the analysis of sales potentials, selection of potential markets, marketing strategies and the overall planning of sales.
5 ECTS credits
X-SCM1 5 ECTS credits
5 ECTS credits X-MAM 1 5 ECTS credits
This course unit analyses a company in order to suggest a new plan. Core areas are organisational principles, processes and design; management theory; socio-psychological and behavioural models. This course unit provides students with a basic understanding of industrial design parameters, engineering materials and manufacturing processes.
Using a modern ERP system (Microsoft Dynamics Ax), the students will get an understanding of the work flow and connections between functions in a manufacturing company as well as knowledge of the process of implementing an ERP system.
The purpose is to give the students insight in cultural aspects of organizations and their members as well as insight in theories of cultures in organizations. The course is based on a Scandinavian management approach focusing on the management of multicultural organisations and the leadership of diverse groups of employees in businesses international as well as local. This course unit surveys the various systems, techniques, and approaches associated with Quality Management. It enables students to participate in the improvement, management and maintenance of quality systems. In addition, it provides the skills required to make an analysis of a specific quality management system.
5 ECTS credits X-PDM 5 ECTS credits
5 ECTS credits
5 ECTS credits
X-QUM 5 ECTS credits
Course Features All Recommended Study Paths at the Faculty of Engineering include: • Real life projects • Project teams • Good study facilities Entry Requirements General requirements: Two years of engineering studies and good command of English. Specific requirements: See requirement form for this Recommended Study Path on www.sdu.dk/studyengineering Application Deadline 1 May and 1 November Semester Duration 28 August to 26 January or 30 January to 30 June Further Information Ole Graa Jakobsen, [email protected]
International Coordinator Recommended Study Paths Please note that these courses are general elective courses and not a Recommended Study Path, and as such has no timetable guarantee. The Faculty of Engineering offers two Recommended Study Paths in International Engineering Management and if you choose a Recommended Study Path we can guarantee that no courses will conflict.
Elective Management Courses Business Development and Innovation Management2
Leading Innovators and Entrepreneurs1 Managerial Accounting 12
International Financial and Management Accounting 21
International Qualifications 32
The main focus of this course will be on the business plan, innovation, entrepreneurship, marketing research, organisation plan, legal issues and the finance plan of business development. After the course the student will be able to create a business plan and to use the above mentioned tools to start a new company or to develop an existing business. Leading Innovators and Entrepreneurs will focus on what leaders can do to foster and support innovative processes. The leader must be able to act innovatively and with an open mind. The focus is on internal and cost accounting in industrial companies, including different cost systems, cost analysis, budgeting, pricing decisions, profitability analysis, etc. Students will be able to base management decisions on accounting principles, to perform an internal accounts analysis and to design management control systems. The purpose of this course unit is to give the student insight in both financial and management accounting from an international perspective by exploring accounting practices of different countries of the world. While financial accounting is concerned with providing information to shareholders, creditors, and other who are outside an organization, management accounting is concerned with the future. The course unit covers the use of Information and Communication Technologies in a global company; establishment of profitable partnerships; and the International political economy.
Spring semester only
Autumn semester only
X-BDIM 5 ECTS credits
X-LIE 5 ECTS credits X-GMAA 1 5 ECTS credits
X-GMAA 2 5 ECTS credits
X-GIQI3 5 ECTS credits