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Master of Business Engineering: Supply Chain Engineering
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Model path part 1

Common Part

Business Engineering Fundamentals: 18 ECTS-credits compulsory

Data mining6sp1st semester
Martens, David
Advanced systems dynamics3sp2nd semester
Springael, Johan
Peremans, Herbert
Introduction to time series analysis3sp2nd semester
Springael, Johan
Sustainability management3sp2nd semester
Compernolle, Tine
Supply chain management3sp1st semester
Cornelissens, Trijntje
 

Compulsory choise between 'Business Fundamentals' and 'Economics Fundamentals'

Business Fundamentals: 18 ECTS-credits compulsory (not for the major 'Economic Policy')

Ethical and sustainable business3sp2nd semester
Van Liedekerke, Luc
Market research6sp2nd semester
Van den Driessche, Liesbet
Strategic management6sp1st semester
Vandenbempt, Koen
Martens, Rudy
Philosophy3sp1st semester
Opdebeeck, Hendrik
 

Economics Fundamentals: 18 ECTS-credits compulsory (only for the major 'Economic Policy').

Applied welfare economics6sp1st semester
De Borger, Bruno
Ethical and sustainable business3sp2nd semester
Van Liedekerke, Luc
Macroeconomics6sp1st semester
Winkler, Roland
Philosophy3sp1st semester
Opdebeeck, Hendrik
 

Degree Profile Supply Chain Engineering

3 ECTS-credits compulsory in part 1 of the master

Simulation techniques3sp2nd semester
Defryn, Christof
 

1 Major (18 ECTS-credits spread over the 2 parts of the master to choose from:

Major Accountancy: 18 ECTS-credits to choose from

Advanced international financial reporting standards6sp2nd semester
Aerts, Walter
Auditing6sp1st semester
Hardies, Kris
Intermediate international financial reporting standards3sp2nd semester
Aerts, Walter
Seminar financial analysis4sp1st semester
Jorissen, Ann
Tax management3sp1st semester
Van Stappen, Dirk
 

Major European and International Entrepreneurship

Current issues in international business3sp2nd semester
Verhezen, Peter
International business research seminar3sp1st semester
Vanderstraeten, Johanna
Strategy, structure and management of the multinational enterprise6sp2nd semester
Albers, Sascha
The economics and institutions of international business6sp1st semester
Vanderstraeten, Johanna
 

Major Finance: 18 ECTS-credits to choose from

Banking6sp2nd semester
Verstegen, Kurt
Corporate finance and governance6sp1st semester
Deloof, Marc
Entrepreneurial finance6sp2nd semester
Paeleman, Ine
Insurance: financial and actuarial methods6sp2nd semester
Heijnen, Bart
De Schepper, Ann
 

Major Marketing: 18 ECTS-credits compulsory

Marketing communication3sp1st semester
De Pelsmacker, Patrick
Product and price management6sp2nd semester
Lievens, Annouk
Services marketing3sp2nd semester
Lievens, Annouk
Omnichannel & Digital Marketing6sp1st semester
Lievens, Annouk
 

Major Strategy and Organisation

1. Compulsory courses: 12 ECTS-credits

Organisational theory and design6sp2nd semester
Guiette, Alain
Strategy implementation and control6sp1st semester
Sfirtsis, Toni
 

2. Optional courses: 6 ECTS-credits to choose from

Organisation and strategy: special issues6sp2nd semester
Matthyssens, Paul
Strategy, structure and management of the multinational enterprise6sp2nd semester
Albers, Sascha
 

Major Student Exchange

18 ECTS-credits at a foreign university/institute to be taken in the framework of an exchange programme.

 

Major Transport and Logistics

1. Compulsory courses: 9 ECTS-credits

Logistics and forwarding3sp2nd semester
Gevaers, Roel
De Langhe, Katrien
Maritime and port economics6sp1st/2nd sem.
Peeters, Chris
Vanelslander, Thierry
Sys, Christa
 

2. Optional courses: 9 ECTS-credits to choose from

Maritime technology (seminar)3sp2nd semester
van Hassel, Edwin
Transport Law3sp1st semester
Verheyen, Wouter
Transport models3sp1st semester
Meersman, Hilde
Buyle, Sven
Real estate and location3sp2nd semester
Verhetsel, Ann
Transportation policy3sp1st semester
Peeters, Chris
 

Major Economic Policy: 18 ECTS-credits to choose from

This major is compulsory with the core 'Economics Fundamentals'.

Industrial organisation6sp2nd semester
Bouckaert, Jan
Labour economics6sp1st semester
Deschacht, Nick
Monetary economics6sp2nd semester
Winkler, Roland
Public finance6sp2nd semester
Vanneste, Jacques
 

1 Minor (12 ECTS-credits spread over the 2 parts of the master) to choose from:

The 'Practical Project' can be incorporated in each minor (after approval of the faculty). The 'Practical Project' has to tie in with the minor and can replace a course of choice (up to maximum 6 ECTS-credits).

Minor Accountancy

Advanced international financial reporting standards6sp2nd semester
Aerts, Walter
Intermediate international financial reporting standards3sp2nd semester
Aerts, Walter
Tax management3sp1st semester
Van Stappen, Dirk
Consulting project6sp2nd semester
Martens, Rudy
 

Minor Corporate Finance

Corporate finance and governance6sp1st semester
Deloof, Marc
Entrepreneurial finance6sp2nd semester
Paeleman, Ine
Consulting project6sp2nd semester
Martens, Rudy
 

Minor Business Practice

Entrepreneurship and corporate governance6sp2nd semester
Verhezen, Peter
Meysman, Jasmine
Contracts and intellectual property (seminar)3sp2nd semester
Vanhees, Hendrik
Internship3sp1st/2nd sem.
Martens, Rudy
Consulting project6sp2nd semester
Martens, Rudy
 

Minor Data Science

Case studies and trends in data science3sp2nd semester
Martens, David
Data engineering6sp2nd semester
Feremans, Len
Data science and ethics3sp1st semester
Martens, David
Consulting project6sp2nd semester
Martens, Rudy
 

Minor European and International Entrepreneurship

Strategy, structure and management of the multinational enterprise6sp2nd semester
Albers, Sascha
The economics and institutions of international business6sp1st semester
Vanderstraeten, Johanna
Consulting project6sp2nd semester
Martens, Rudy
 

Minor Marketing: 12 ECTS-credits to choose from

Marketing communication3sp1st semester
De Pelsmacker, Patrick
Omnichannel & Digital Marketing6sp1st semester
Lievens, Annouk
Product and price management6sp2nd semester
Lievens, Annouk
Services marketing3sp2nd semester
Lievens, Annouk
Consulting project6sp2nd semester
Martens, Rudy
 

Minor Audit

Accounting ethics6sp2nd semester
Vanstraelen, Ann
Current topics in accounting3sp2nd semester
Hardies, Kris
ICT assurance and audit3sp2nd semester
d'Haens, Patrick
Consulting project6sp2nd semester
Martens, Rudy
 

Minor Special Topics in Management, Economics and Technology

12 ECTS-credits at a foreign university/institution to be taken within the framework of an exchange programme or 12 ECTS-credits optional courses to choose from the master programme TEW BK, TEW EB, HI, HIB or SEW, Practical Project or Practical Training. Master courses from other programmes are also possible with permission of the Board of Admission (CBI).

Consulting project6sp2nd semester
Martens, Rudy
Internship3sp1st/2nd sem.
Martens, Rudy
 

Minor Strategy and Organisation

Organisational theory and design6sp2nd semester
Guiette, Alain
Strategy implementation and control6sp1st semester
Sfirtsis, Toni
Consulting project6sp2nd semester
Martens, Rudy
 

Minor Transport and Logistics

Logistics and forwarding3sp2nd semester
Gevaers, Roel
De Langhe, Katrien
Maritime and port economics6sp1st/2nd sem.
Peeters, Chris
Vanelslander, Thierry
Sys, Christa
Real estate and location3sp2nd semester
Verhetsel, Ann
Consulting project6sp2nd semester
Martens, Rudy
 

Master Project Portfolio

Partim I: Summer Schools: at least 3 ECTS-credits to choose from the list below in part 1 or part 2 of the master (to be taken in the academic year after following the Summer School).
Partim II: Integration Project BE (6 ECTS-credits): compulsory in part 1 of the master
Partim III: Master's Thesis (15 ECTS-credits): compuslory in part 2 of the master

International consulting bootcamp GOA6sp1st semester
Vandenbempt, Koen
Guiette, Alain
Summer School Beijing 'The Business Environment in China'3sp1st semester
Vandenbempt, Koen
3sp1st semester
Verhetsel, Ann
Summer school: experience entrepreneurship. An intensive introduction6sp1st semester
Braet, Johan
Summer school on fashion management3sp1st semester
Schramme, Annick
Summer school: from mine to finger. A deep dive in the world of diamonds3sp1st semester
Vandenbempt, Koen
3sp1st semester
Van Passel, Steven
Summer school on urban logistics3sp1st semester
Vanelslander, Thierry
3sp1st semester
Vandenbempt, Koen
 

Partim II: Integration Project BE (6 ECTS-credits): compulsory in part 1 of the master

Integration project BE6sp1st/2nd sem.
Sörensen, Kenneth
Braet, Johan
 

Model Path part 2

Degree Profile Supply Chain Engineering

1. 21 ECTS-credits compulsory

Advanced supply chain management6sp1st semester
Cornelissens, Trijntje
ICT in supply chain management3sp2nd semester
Defryn, Christof
Optimisation in logistics6sp1st semester
Sörensen, Kenneth
Inventory management6sp1st semester
Springael, Johan
 

2. 6 ECTS-credits to choose from

Biotechnology6sp2nd semester
Lebeer, Sarah
van den Broek, Marianne
Industrial chemistry6sp2nd semester
De Cleyn, Guido
Materials6sp2nd semester
Verlinden, Bert
Wevers, Martine
Generation and distribution of electric power6sp1st/2nd sem.
Peremans, Herbert
Milis, Kevin
 

1 Major (18 ECTS-credits spread over the 2 parts of the master) to choose from:

Major Accountancy: 18 ECTS-credits to choose from

Advanced international financial reporting standards6sp2nd semester
Aerts, Walter
Auditing6sp1st semester
Hardies, Kris
Intermediate international financial reporting standards3sp2nd semester
Aerts, Walter
Seminar financial analysis4sp1st semester
Jorissen, Ann
Tax management3sp1st semester
Van Stappen, Dirk
 

Major European and International Entrepreneurship

Current issues in international business3sp2nd semester
Verhezen, Peter
International business research seminar3sp1st semester
Vanderstraeten, Johanna
Strategy, structure and management of the multinational enterprise6sp2nd semester
Albers, Sascha
The economics and institutions of international business6sp1st semester
Vanderstraeten, Johanna
 

Major Finance: 18 ECTS-credits to choose from

Banking6sp2nd semester
Verstegen, Kurt
Corporate finance and governance6sp1st semester
Deloof, Marc
Entrepreneurial finance6sp2nd semester
Paeleman, Ine
Insurance: financial and actuarial methods6sp2nd semester
Heijnen, Bart
De Schepper, Ann
 

Major Marketing: 18 ECTS-credits compulsory

Marketing communication3sp1st semester
De Pelsmacker, Patrick
Product and price management6sp2nd semester
Lievens, Annouk
Services marketing3sp2nd semester
Lievens, Annouk
Omnichannel & Digital Marketing6sp1st semester
Lievens, Annouk
 

Major Strategy and Organisation

1. Compulsory: 12 ECTS-credits

Organisational theory and design6sp2nd semester
Guiette, Alain
Strategy implementation and control6sp1st semester
Sfirtsis, Toni
 

2. Optional courses: 6 ECTS-credits to choose from

Organisation and strategy: special issues6sp2nd semester
Matthyssens, Paul
Strategy, structure and management of the multinational enterprise6sp2nd semester
Albers, Sascha
 

Major Student Exchange

18 ECTS-credits at a foreign university/institute to be taken in the framework of an exchange programme.

 

Major Transport and Logistics

1. Compulsory courses: 9 ECTS-credits

Logistics and forwarding3sp2nd semester
Gevaers, Roel
De Langhe, Katrien
Maritime and port economics6sp1st/2nd sem.
Peeters, Chris
Vanelslander, Thierry
Sys, Christa
 

2. Optional courses: 9 ECTS-credits to choose from

Maritime technology (seminar)3sp2nd semester
van Hassel, Edwin
Transport Law3sp1st semester
Verheyen, Wouter
Transport models3sp1st semester
Meersman, Hilde
Buyle, Sven
Real estate and location3sp2nd semester
Verhetsel, Ann
Transportation policy3sp1st semester
Peeters, Chris
 

Major Economic Policy: 18 ECTS-credits to choose from

This major is compulsory with the core 'Economics Fundamentals'.

Industrial organisation6sp2nd semester
Bouckaert, Jan
Labour economics6sp1st semester
Deschacht, Nick
Monetary economics6sp2nd semester
Winkler, Roland
Public finance6sp2nd semester
Vanneste, Jacques
 

1 Minor (12 ECTS-credits spread over the 2 parts of the master) to choose from

The 'Practical Project' can be incorporated in each minor (after approval of the faculty). The 'Practical Project' has to tie in with the minor and can replace a course of choice (up to maximum 6 ECTS-credits).

Minor Accountancy

Advanced international financial reporting standards6sp2nd semester
Aerts, Walter
Intermediate international financial reporting standards3sp2nd semester
Aerts, Walter
Tax management3sp1st semester
Van Stappen, Dirk
Consulting project6sp2nd semester
Martens, Rudy
 

Minor Corporate Finance

Corporate finance and governance6sp1st semester
Deloof, Marc
Entrepreneurial finance6sp2nd semester
Paeleman, Ine
Consulting project6sp2nd semester
Martens, Rudy
 

Minor Business Practice

Entrepreneurship and corporate governance6sp2nd semester
Verhezen, Peter
Meysman, Jasmine
Contracts and intellectual property (seminar)3sp2nd semester
Vanhees, Hendrik
Internship3sp1st/2nd sem.
Martens, Rudy
Consulting project6sp2nd semester
Martens, Rudy
 

Minor Data Science

Case studies and trends in data science3sp2nd semester
Martens, David
Data engineering6sp2nd semester
Feremans, Len
Data science and ethics3sp1st semester
Martens, David
Consulting project6sp2nd semester
Martens, Rudy
 

Minor European and International Entrepreneurship

Strategy, structure and management of the multinational enterprise6sp2nd semester
Albers, Sascha
The economics and institutions of international business6sp1st semester
Vanderstraeten, Johanna
Consulting project6sp2nd semester
Martens, Rudy
 

Minor Marketing: 12 ECTS-credits to choose from

Marketing communication3sp1st semester
De Pelsmacker, Patrick
Omnichannel & Digital Marketing6sp1st semester
Lievens, Annouk
Product and price management6sp2nd semester
Lievens, Annouk
Services marketing3sp2nd semester
Lievens, Annouk
Consulting project6sp2nd semester
Martens, Rudy
 

Minor Audit

Accounting ethics6sp2nd semester
Vanstraelen, Ann
Current topics in accounting3sp2nd semester
Hardies, Kris
ICT assurance and audit3sp2nd semester
d'Haens, Patrick
Consulting project6sp2nd semester
Martens, Rudy
 

Minor Special Topics in Management, Economics and Technology

12 ECTS-credits at a foreign university/institution to be taken within the framework of an exchange programme or 12 ECTS-credits optional courses to choose from the master programme TEW BK, TEW EB, HI, HIB or SEW, Practical Project or Practical Training. Master courses from other programmes are also possible with permission of the Board of Admission (CBI).

Consulting project6sp2nd semester
Martens, Rudy
Internship3sp1st/2nd sem.
Martens, Rudy
 

Minor Strategy and Organisation

Organisational theory and design6sp2nd semester
Guiette, Alain
Strategy implementation and control6sp1st semester
Sfirtsis, Toni
Consulting project6sp2nd semester
Martens, Rudy
 

Minor Transport and Logistics

Logistics and forwarding3sp2nd semester
Gevaers, Roel
De Langhe, Katrien
Maritime and port economics6sp1st/2nd sem.
Peeters, Chris
Vanelslander, Thierry
Sys, Christa
Real estate and location3sp2nd semester
Verhetsel, Ann
Consulting project6sp2nd semester
Martens, Rudy
 

Master Project Portfolio

Partim I: Summer School: at least 3 ECTS-credits to choose from the list below in part 1 or part 2 of the master (to be taken in the academic year after following the Summer School)

International consulting bootcamp GOA6sp1st semester
Vandenbempt, Koen
Guiette, Alain
Summer School Beijing 'The Business Environment in China'3sp1st semester
Vandenbempt, Koen
3sp1st semester
Verhetsel, Ann
Summer school: experience entrepreneurship. An intensive introduction6sp1st semester
Braet, Johan
Summer school on fashion management3sp1st semester
Schramme, Annick
Summer school: from mine to finger. A deep dive in the world of diamonds3sp1st semester
Vandenbempt, Koen
3sp1st semester
Van Passel, Steven
Summer school on urban logistics3sp1st semester
Vanelslander, Thierry
3sp1st semester
Vandenbempt, Koen
 

Partim III: Master's Thesis (15 ECTS-credits) compulsory in part 2 of the master

Master's thesis15sp2nd semester
Mannaert, Herwig
Martens, Rudy