e-Logistics and Technology Management
e-Logistics and Technology Management
Degree / Award Title
Bachelor of Engineering in e-Logistics and Technology Management
Offering Academic Unit
This Major is jointly offered by:
Department of Systems Engineering and Engineering Management
Department of Computer Science
Mode of Study

Aims of Major

This Major aims to equip students with analytical, technical, managerial, and behavioural skills / knowledge in aspects of contemporary logistics and related technology in order to prepare them to play key professional and managerial roles in the global logistics industry amidst increasing and evolving challenges. Students will acquire a broad understanding of the concepts, techniques and tools in the subject domain to enable them to identify and tackle diverse problems with effective use of appropriate computing systems, technology and solutions in the logistics and related sectors.

Intended Learning Outcomes of Major (MILOs)

In CityU’s Proposed Curriculum Structure of the 4-year Degree, our “ideal graduates” are considered to be adaptive, resilient, and team-oriented.  They are competent professionals who combine rich professional knowledge with the broader skills and poise required for career success and leadership in the community.

In this context, “ideal” BENG eLTM graduates should possess attributes as follows:

  • Qualified competent professionals
  • Proficient communicators, equipped with knowledge of a range of disciplines and skills, computer literacy and language proficiency
  • Able to think quantitatively and analyze problems critically
  • Confident to work in an international and culturally diverse environment and to take up broad responsibilities in the community
  • Able and willing to continue to learn
  • Able to appreciate the wider world of scholarship, and their own culture and history

BENG eLTM graduates are expected to attain specific Major Intended Learning Outcomes (MILOs) of being able to:

  • Apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering in the subject domain
  • Demonstrate inter-disciplinary knowledge and skills in logistics engineering and computing technology needed to cope with the dynamic nature of the industry
  • Function efficiently and  effectively in multi-disciplinary teams 
  • Design systems, components, or processes to meet desired needs within realistic constraints
  • Identify, formulate, solve logistics / systems / business problems, and undertake projects of discovery and innovation
  • Reflect the professional and ethical responsibility of their work 
  • Communicate effectively
  • Explain the impact of systems, logistics and engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental and societal context 
  • Recognise the need for and an ability to engage in life-long learning 
  • Stay abreast of contemporary issues
  • Apply appropriate systems / logistics  concepts, techniques, skills and tools in engineering and professional practice

Degree Requirements

Requirements Normative 4-year
Advanced Standing I1 Advanced Standing II2
Gateway Education requirement -- -- 12 credit units
College requirement -- -- 0 credit unit
Major requirement


-- 51 credit units
Free electives / Minor (if applicable) -- -- 0 credit unit
Minimum Graduation Requirement: -- -- 63 credit units
Maximum Credit Units Permitted: -- -- 84 credit units
Note 1: For students with recognised Advanced Level Examinations or equivalent qualifications.
Note 2: For Associate Degree/Higher Diploma graduates admitted as senior-year intake students.

Professional Recognition

The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE) has granted interim recognition for the 4-year BENG eLTM major.