Pursuant to consolidation Act 778 of August 7, 2019 on Universities (the University Act), the following is established. The programme also follows the Joint Programme Regulations and the Examination Policies and Procedures for Aalborg University.
The Master’s programme is organised in accordance with the Ministry of Higher Education and Science’s Order no. 1328 of November 15, 2016 on Bachelor’s and Master’s Programmes at Universities (the Ministerial Order of the Study Programmes) with subsequent changes and Ministerial Order no. 1062 of June 30, 2016 on University Examinations (the Examination Order) with subsequent changes. Further reference is made to Ministerial Order no. 106 of February 12, 2018 (the Admission Order) and Ministerial Order no. 114 of February 3, 2015 (the Grading Scale Order).
The programme is offered in Copenhagen.
The Master’s programme falls under the Faculty of Engineering and Science, Aalborg University.
The Master’s programme falls under the Study Board of Production.
The Master’s programme is associated with the external examiners corps on Nationwide engineering examiners/Machine.
Applicants with a legal right of admission (retskrav):
Applicants without legal claim to admission:
Bachelor’s programmes qualifying students for admission:
The Master’s programme entitles the graduate to the Danish designation Civilingeniør, cand.polyt. i værdikæder og teknisk ledelse. The English designation is: Master of Science (MSc) in Engineering (Operations and Management Engineering).
The Master’s programme is a 2-year, research-based, full-time study programme. The programme is set to 120 ECTS credits.
The Study Board can approve that passed programme elements from other educational programmes at the same level replaces programme elements within this programme (credit transfer).
Furthermore, the Study Board can, upon application, approve that parts of this programme is completed at another university or a further education institution in Denmark or abroad (pre-approval of credit transfer).
The Study Board’s decisions regarding credit transfer are based on an academic assessment.
The Study Board’s possibilities to grant exemption, including exemption to further examination attempts and special examination conditions, are stated in the Examination Policies and Procedures published at this website: https://www.studieservice.aau.dk/Studielegalitet/
The rules for examinations are stated in the Examination Policies and Procedures published at this website: https://www.studieservice.aau.dk/Studielegalitet/
In the assessment of all written work, regardless of the language it is written in, weight is also given to the student's formulation and spelling ability, in addition to the academic content. Orthographic and grammatical correctness as well as stylistic proficiency are taken as a basis for the evaluation of language performance. Language performance must always be included as an independent dimension of the total evaluation. However, no examination can be assessed as ‘Pass’ on the basis of good language performance alone; similarly, an examination normally cannot be assessed as ‘Fail’ on the basis of poor language performance alone.
The Study Board can grant exemption from this in special cases (e.g., dyslexia or a native language other than Danish).
The Master’s Thesis must include an English summary. If the project is written in English, the summary can be in Danish. The summary is included in the evaluation of the project as a whole.
It is assumed that the student is able to read academic texts in modern English and use reference works, etc., in other European languages.
The following competence profile will appear on the diploma:
A Candidatus graduate has the following competency profile:
A Candidatus graduate has competencies that have been acquired via a course of study that has taken place in a research environment.
A Candidatus graduate is qualified for employment on the labour market based on his or her academic discipline as well as for further research (PhD programmes). A Candidatus graduate has, compared to a Bachelor, developed his or her academic knowledge and independence so as to be able to apply scientific theory and method on an independent basis within both an academic and a professional context.
The graduate of the Master programme exhibits the following characteristics:
The programme is structured in modules and organised as a problem-based study. A module is a programme element or a group of programme elements aiming to give students a set of professional skills within a fixed time frame specified in ECTS credits, and concluding with one or more examinations within specific exam periods that are defined in the curriculum. Each semester has an overall theme which serves a focal point in both modules and the project work. The programme is based on a combination of academic, problem-oriented and interdisciplinary approaches and organised based on the following work and evaluation methods that combine skills and reflection:
All modules are assessed through individual grading according to the 7-point scale. All modules are assessed by external examination (external grading) or internal examination (internal grading or by assessment by the supervisor only).
Offered as: 1-professional
|Module name||Course type||ECTS||Applied grading scale||Evaluation method||Assessment method|
|Supply Chain Configuration||Course||5||7-point grading scale||Internal examination||Written or oral exam|
|Researching Business Systems||Course||5||7-point grading scale||Internal examination||Written or oral exam|
|Operations, Innovation and Organizational Configuration||Course||5||7-point grading scale||Internal examination||Written or oral exam|
|Operations Management and Supply Chain Configuration – an Integrative Approach||Project||15||7-point grading scale||External examination||Oral exam based on a project|
|Supply Chain Technologies||Course||5||7-point grading scale||Internal examination||Written or oral exam|
|Operations, Innovation and Organizational Improvement: Implementation Models and Tools||Course||5||7-point grading scale||Internal examination||Written or oral exam|
|Management Systems||Course||5||7-point grading scale||Internal examination||Written or oral exam|
|Integrating Operations Management and Supply Chain Methods||Project||15||7-point grading scale||Internal examination||Oral exam based on a project|
|Operations and Supply Chain Management||Project||30||7-point grading scale||Internal examination||Oral exam based on a project|
|Project Oriented Study in an External Organisation||Project||30||7-point grading scale||Internal examination||Oral exam based on a project|
|Master’s Thesis||Project||60||7-point grading scale||External examination||Master's thesis/final project|
|Master’s Thesis||Project||30||7-point grading scale||External examination||Master's thesis/final project|
All students, who have not participated in Aalborg University’s PBL introductory course during their Bachelor’s degree, must attend the introductory course “Problem-based Learning and Project Management”. The introductory course must be approved before the student can participate in the project exam. Further information about the introductory course can be found at the homepage of the study board of Materials and Production https://www.mp.aau.dk/study-board
More detailed information about the programme, including exams, is published on the study board’s website.
The curriculum is approved by the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Science and enters into force as of September 2020.
The Study Board does not offer teaching according to the previous curriculum from 2017 after the summer exam 2021.
The Board of Studies offers examinations in modules from the previous curriculum, to the extent that there are students who have used test trials in a module without passing. The number of test attempts follows the Examination Order.