Bachelor of Science (Honours) Scheme in Logistics and Enterprise Engineering (Logistics Engineering with Management / Enterprise Engineering with Management)
物流及企業工程(榮譽)理學士組合課程 (物流工程兼管理學 / 企業工程兼管理學)

Sept 2023 Entry

Programme code: JS3571

Duration & Credit Requirement

Duration and Credit Requirement

Mode of Study
Normal Duration

4 years

Credit Required for Graduation

121 (plus 6 training credits)

Scheme/Programme Intake
Fund Type
Scheme/Programme Leader(s)

Scheme Leader
Dr Carman K.M. Lee
BEng (PolyU), PhD (PolyU)

Programme Leader - BSc (Hons) in Logistics Engineering with Management
Dr Nick Chung
BEng (HKU), MPhil (HKU), PhD (HKU)

Programme Leader - BSc (Hons) in Enterprise Engineering with Management
Dr Carman K.M. Lee
BEng (PolyU), PhD (PolyU)

  • Students admitted to the scheme study the common curriculum for the first two years. They must select any one of the two honours degree awards no later than the end of the second semester of Year 2.
  • The credit requirements of this scheme are indicative only. They are subject to review.
  • Students will be awarded one of the following awards upon successful completion of the graduation requirements of the programme concerned:
    • BSc (Hons) in Logistics Engineering with Management
    • BSc (Hons) in Enterprise Engineering with Management 
  • Students are allowed to enrol on any awards without being subject to further assessment.
  • The option of Secondary Major in Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics (AIDA) is available to the students of BSc (Hons) in Logistics Engineering (a variant of BSc (Hons) in Logistics Engineering with Management). Admission to Secondary Major is on competitive basis and subject to a different credit requirement for graduation. Please see "Secondary Major Details" section.


Entry Scholarship

  • To recognise the outstanding academic performance of HKDSE students, the department will grant entry scholarship to eligible HKDSE students admitted to the scheme via JUPAS. The award criteria for the scholarship are shown on They are subject to change and will be announced on department website in due course.

Aims & Characteristics

Aims and Characteristics

Two full-time programmes are offered under this scheme:

  • BSc (Hons) in Logistics Engineering with Management (BSc LEM)
  • BSc (Hons) in Enterprise Engineering with Management (BSc EEM)



Programme Aims and Learning Outcomes

Managing logistics is an interesting and complex task. It involves the effective management of materials, information, and finance in a network of suppliers, manufacturers, distributors and customers.


This programme aims to nurture logistics engineers and professionals who are competent in the design, implementation, control, and execution of logistics systems and related technologies and capable of managing complex business, logistics and technology systems for increasingly technology-enabled logistics enterprises.


Programme Characteristics

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University possesses a broad array of expertise and talent that spans the entire spectrum of logistics. The programme provides comprehensive training in logistics systems, facility design, logistics information systems, supply chain management, and operations management. It also teaches the general management and business skills needed to manage and run modern logistics companies.


In addition to the academic curriculum, Work-Integrated Education (WIE) is incorporated into the programme to ensure that students gain real-life work experience that is relevant to their studies. This enables students to better understand the relevance of their academic efforts and enhances their all-round development.


Summer placement opportunities may be available to students to enable them to gain practical work experience.


Students also have the opportunity to participate in the Student Exchange Programme, during which they spend one semester at a university in a country such as the US, Canada, Sweden, or Finland.



Programme Aims and Learning Outcomes

Enterprises are industrial and commercial organisations that shape the modern economy. This programme aims to provide students with a body of knowledge, principles, and skills that are related to the analysis, design, implementation, and operation of the critical elements associated with the effective operation of modern enterprises. To be successful in today’s highly competitive global business environment, an enterprise must be willing to undertake new activities and able to continuously optimise its operations.


This programme aims to generate a new tranche of professionals with the entrepreneurship skills and ability to integrate and apply engineering, business management, and information technology expertise to optimise the operations of modern information-based enterprises and workflows along the business value chains in which they operate.


Graduates of this programme are capable of formulating problems, recognising the areas in an enterprise that require improvement, and devising and implementing strategies to produce solutions that enhance business efficiency and effectiveness. They enable enterprises to deliver quality goods and services that meet or exceed customer demands in today’s modern business environment.


Programme Characteristics

The Curriculum

The programme curriculum is designed to suit students from arts, commerce, and science backgrounds. It comprises a unique and integrated combination of subjects that nurtures graduates who are competent in enterprise engineering, information technology and management. The curriculum includes subjects such as Entrepreneurship and Innovation and Integrative Studies in Enterprise Systems and Management, which equip students with the principles and hands-on experience needed to develop plans for starting up new businesses. A competition is held each year in the ISE Department for the best business plan, with industry practitioners invited to join academic staff members on the judging panel.


Teaching Approach and Support Facilities

Our teaching follows a student-centred and problem-based learning approach and is conducted with the support of the most advanced facilities in the region, including the PolyU Microsoft Enterprise Systems Centre. The Centre has laboratories focusing on business automation, logistics and simulation, and knowledge solutions.


Work-Integrated Education

In addition to the normal curriculum, Work-Integrated Education (WIE) has been incorporated into the programme. The Department also makes every effort to secure industrial summer-training placements for students during their studies. These placements enable students to gain practical work experience.


Student Exchange to Overseas Universities

Students also have the opportunity to participate in the Student Exchange Programme, travelling to universities in North America, Europe and Asia, including the Chinese mainland. The typical duration of an exchange is one semester.

Recognition & Prospects

Recognition and Prospects


Professional Recognition

Re-accreditation will be sought from the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (HKIE) for the programme as a professional engineering degree programme recognised by other Washington Accord signatories.


The Washington Accord is an international agreement between bodies responsible for accrediting engineering degree programmes.  Currently, it has 20 signatories, including the US, the UK, Australia, Canada, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Malaysia and New Zealand.


Graduates are also granted full exemption (Logistics Stream) from the Professional Qualifying Examination (PQE) leading to Chartered Membership of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in Hong Kong (CILTHK).


Career Prospects

Graduates typically become management trainees, logistics engineers, distribution analysts/officers, logistics analysts, logistics officials in government offices, business executives/analysts, system analysts/designers, or young entrepreneurs. Moreover, a wide range of employment opportunities are available in industry settings, business, services, and the government. Most graduates are promoted to managerial positions after a few years of work experience.



Professional Recognition

The programme is dual-accredited by the Chartered Management Institute. Students automatically receive a second professional qualification upon successful completion of the programme.


Career Prospects

Similar to other business and management programmes, the Enterprise Engineering with Management programmes equips students with generic understanding and know-how applicable to enterprises and organisations in various sectors. A wide range of employment opportunities suitable for our graduates are available in industry settings, business, services, and the government sector. Most graduates are promoted to managerial positions after a few years of work experience.



Year 1 (Common curriculum for this scheme)
Basic Mathematics I - Calculus and Probability and Statistics
Information Technology
Introduction to Enterprise Computing
Introduction to Logistics Engineering
Fundamental of Enterprise Systems
Introduction to Innovation and Entrepreneurship 
Basic Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics for Efficiency and Effectiveness in Daily Life 
English I & II
Leadership Education and Development
Healthy Lifestyle
Year 2
Chinese Communication Chinese Communication
Management and Organisation Management and Organisation
Introduction to Marketing Introduction to Marketing
Engineering Economics Engineering Economics
Technology and Applications of E-Business Systems Technology and Applications of E-Business Systems
Introduction to Shipping and Transport Logistics Operations Introduction to Shipping and Transport Logistics Operations
Accounting for Decision Making Accounting for Decision Making
Business Law Business Law
Computing Tools in Resources Planning and Analysis Computing Tools in Resources Planning and Analysis
Free Elective 1* Free Elective 1*
Year 3
Industrial Engineering Techniques and Methods Industrial Engineering Techniques and Methods
Planning of Production and Service Systems Planning of Production and Service Systems
Professional Communication in Chinese Professional Communication in Chinese
Professional Communication in English for Engineering Students Professional Communication in English for Engineering Students
Packaging and Storage Technology Quality Engineering
Logistics Automation Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Mobile Technologies for Logistics Systems Operations Research I
Management Science Knowledge Management Systems and Applications
E-Commerce and Logistics Business Process Management
Service-Learning Service-Learning
Integrated Project Integrated Project
Year 4
Production Logistics Strategic Management
Simulation of Logistics Systems Enterprise Resources Planning
Logistics Information Management Enterprise Systems Modeling and Design
Supply Chain Management Enterprise Analytics
Society and the Engineer Society and the Engineer
Project Management Project Management
Green Legislation and Supply Chain Logistics Engineering Costing and Evaluation
Individual Project Individual Project
ERP Advanced ERP Advanced
* Students can take free Elective Subjects offered by ISE or other departments.

Secondary Major Details

Secondary Major Details

The option of Secondary Major in Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics (AIDA) is available to the students of BSc (Hons) in Logistics Engineering (a variant of BSc(Hons) in Logistics Engineering with Management):


Logistics industry has the largest number of employment among the four main economic pillars in Hong Kong. Its contribution to Hong Kong’s GDP is remarkable. With the well-developed transportation infrastructure (e.g., Hong Kong International Airport, Hong Kong’s port, Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge), it facilitates Hong Kong to interconnect with the rest of the world (especially mainland China) smoothly and efficiently. To maintain its high efficiency and competitive edge, the logistics industry in Hong Kong is transforming from traditional labor intensive and paper oriented process to automation and digitalization. As such, demand for talents with strong knowledge in logistics and AIDA is huge to support the industry growth.


Students can take an elective subject from a pool of elective subjects, including Accounting for Decision Making, Introduction to Marketing, Introduction to Enterprise Computing, Fundamental of Enterprise Systems, and Engineering Economics.



Studying for a Secondary Major is a free choice by students and not mandatory. Only students with a cumulative GPA of 2.7 or above may be considered for Secondary Major enrolment. This Secondary Major may stipulate additional selection criteria for admission and is subject to quota availability. Students must apply to and obtain approval from the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, not later than the commencement of the second year of study, to be admitted to the Secondary Major.

Entrance Requirements & Subject Weightings

Entrance Requirements and Subject Weightings

Satisfy the University's General Entrance Requirements.

There is no compulsory subject requirement. Preferred subject(s) with the highest weighting for admission score calculation include(s):

  • English Language
  • Mathematics

Relevant Applied Learning subject(s) that can be considered for meeting the University entrance requirement and admission score calculation is/are:

  • Accounting in Practice
  • Applied Psychology
  • Aviation Studies
  • Data Application for Business / Business Data Analysis
  • Entrepreneurship for SME
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Food and Beverage Operations
  • Fundamental Health Care
  • Hotel Operations
  • Internet of Everything Application
  • Law Enforcement in Hong Kong
  • Marketing and Online Promotion
  • Marketing in Global Trade
  • Mobile and Online Apps Development
  • New Media Communication Strategies
  • Practical Psychology
  • Purchasing and Merchandising

Admission Score Calculation

Admission Score Calculation

Admission Score Calculation Mechanism for the Current Admission Exercise

Any Best 5 Subjects

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Average HKDSE Scores of Admittees

2022/23 Average Score: Any Best 5 Subjects (with Subject Weighting) = 155.6


2023/24 Flexible Admission Threshold Score: Any Best 5 Subjects (without subject weighting) = 20.0

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For further programme information, please contact
Ms Tiffany Lam (tel.: 2766 6611; email:

Student Message

Student Message

Many people have never heard of logistics, but it is everywhere in our daily lives – from small gadgets to the machinery on a building site. I am honoured to have been accepted to the Logistics Engineering with Management programme. In our first year, interesting and useful Cluster-Area Requirements and Leadership subjects sharpen our skills and nourish our personal development.


I initially felt nervous while I was getting used to life at PolyU. Luckily, Dr Choy, the Programme Leader, really cares for his students and was willing to spend time talking to us. Everyone I have met at PolyU has been very friendly and willing to help you when you are in need. I now feel excited and energised about my life at PolyU.


I have participated in several activities, such as the exchange tour to Beijing in the summer, attended various talks given by famous people, and served as a student helper at PolyU events. This has helped me to get to know the campus and broaden my horizons. I would like to thank everyone I have met at PolyU. Without them, my life here would not be so fruitful. I look forward to more great opportunities in the future.

Leung Hiu Yan

The curriculum of the BSc(Hons) in Logistics Engineering with Management (LEM) programme incorporates the study of logistics, engineering, and business. It aims to provide students with a comprehensive education through a variety of learning opportunities, such as field trips. To sharpen students’ competitive edge in the job market, the programme also puts significant emphasis on the development of presentation and organisation skills.


The Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering offers many additional opportunities for students to widen their horizons and apply the knowledge acquired in their studies to their daily lives and careers. During the summer holiday, I was pleased to be given the chance to join a study tour to mainland China. The trip taught me many practical skills, including interpersonal, communication, and problem-solving skills, all of which will play important roles in my future career.


Finally, I am proud to serve as the class representative for LEM. Meeting with professors and sharing students’ comments on the curriculum help me to build closer relationships with and between both groups and develop a strong sense of belonging to the department. I am glad to be studying at PolyU and I believe that my education here will equip me well for a brighter future.

Yu On Yee

The BSc (Hons) in Enterprise Engineering with Management programme provided me with a diverse study environment. It not only equipped me with academic knowledge but also encouraged my personal growth. Most importantly, this course cultivates business-engineering professionals with structured mindsets through its various subjects and projects.


In 2015, I was part of a group that entered the Business Plan Competition, which required us to propose a new business opportunity with a detailed plan. We were the first runners-up in this competition. My FYP was in cooperation with the Hong Kong Fire Services Department, for which I developed informative and interactive e-learning courseware. This gave me the valuable experience of applying the skills I had learned to a real-life situation. I also participated in study tours to places such as Korea and Beijing, was involved in voluntary service, and was a student helper on Information Day and at a large-scale international seminar.


The rapid changes that affect us all present new challenges every day. Thus, in addition to participating in traditional learning, we must be good team players and flexible workers. In my present career in finance and marketing, I have opportunities to work with people from all walks of life and on different projects. My university life prepared me for this – I worked with people from different backgrounds, managed jobs analytically and became a fast learner.

Chong Shu Fong

The BSc (Hons) in Enterprise Engineering with Management programme offered me practical experience and many valuable opportunities, and it also broadened my horizons.


In addition to comprehensive knowledge related to enterprise engineering and business management, the programme provided me with many chances to participate in various kinds of events, including but not limited to a study tour to Taiwan, an exchange programme in Finland, and several competitions, like HKEPC 2017, so that I could further consolidate and apply my professional knowledge and the skills I had learned. I now have a global outlook and a good understanding of enterprise management, which will facilitate my organisational decision-making and problem-solving in the future.


The enriched programme undoubtedly gave me advantages in the highly competitive job market. I am now a management trainee at DHL Global Forwarding (Hong Kong) Limited, and I have applied the professional knowledge I gained in the programme, such as project management and strategic management, during my training. This has helped me to deal confidently with challenges and management problems in the organisation. I will continue to use this knowledge to improve my performance and obtain better outcomes.


I feel extremely fortunate to be a graduate of the programme. It gave me an all-round education and the development opportunities I needed to become a professional enterprise engineer.

Chan Kam Wai

The BSc (Hons) in Enterprise Engineering with Management integrates management methods and scientific approaches to help organisations manage resources effectively and adapt to an ever-changing business environment. Aside from gaining knowledge of planning and designing  effective operation processes for enterprises, I learned about the importance of information technology in helping enterprises to identify industry trends, fulfil customer expectations and gain competitive advantages.


During our 4 years of study, we were often given opportunities to apply our theoretical knowledge, and the practical training and projects were challenging and rewarding. Aside from academic study, we were able to broaden our outlook via study tours and organisation visits and to explore our career options in graduate sharing sessions.


As a business analyst in a shipping company, I often apply the knowledge I learned during the programme. My skills in project planning and business re-engineering help me to identify the needs of users and design solutions to improve business processes and operation.

Tsang Ho Shan

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