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Bachelor of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Tuitionfee

22,105 USDTuition Fee/year

Scholarship

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Main Subject Area

Logistics / Supply Chain ManagementMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Logistics / Supply Chain Management

Degree

BA

Study Level

Undergraduate

Study Mode

On Campus

Bachelor of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management is a four-year program encompassing 120 credit hours. As part of the second year, students are required to undergo Internship Training for a period of eight weeks. In addition, in the fourth year students are required to carry out a Final year Project and submit a report. The Bachelor program aims to help students to:  Have the knowledge and skills specifically in their area of specialization necessary to understand and succeed in business, government, and/or graduate school; Be able to think creatively and critically and contribute to Omani society and beyond; Be global-oriented enabling them to recognize the influence of globalization on country’s economy; Have the research-oriented spirit enabling them to challenge the status quo to move to better ones; Have the team work spirit; Have interpersonal communication skills; and Be able to use technologies that relate to their future work domains.

Program overview

Main Subject

Logistics / Supply Chain Management

Degree

BA

Study Level

Undergraduate

Study Mode

On Campus

Bachelor of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management is a four-year program encompassing 120 credit hours. As part of the second year, students are required to undergo Internship Training for a period of eight weeks. In addition, in the fourth year students are required to carry out a Final year Project and submit a report. The Bachelor program aims to help students to:  Have the knowledge and skills specifically in their area of specialization necessary to understand and succeed in business, government, and/or graduate school; Be able to think creatively and critically and contribute to Omani society and beyond; Be global-oriented enabling them to recognize the influence of globalization on country’s economy; Have the research-oriented spirit enabling them to challenge the status quo to move to better ones; Have the team work spirit; Have interpersonal communication skills; and Be able to use technologies that relate to their future work domains.

Admission requirements

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Tuition fee and scholarships

Domestic Students

22,105 USD
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International Students

22,105 USD
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Introduction

Dhofar University (DU) is located in the city of Salalah in the Sultanate of Oman. It offers 25 Bachelor Programs in the fields of Arts & Humanities, Business & Management, Engineering, Natural Sciences and Social Sciences through four Colleges. All these programs follow credit hour system and the medium of instruction is mostly English, with few programs being offered in Arabic.

Programs offered by the College of Arts and Applied Sciences

1)       B.Ed. in Teaching Mathematics

2)       B.Ed. in Teaching Science

3)       B.Ed. in Teaching English Language

4)       B.Ed. in Teaching Information Technology

5)       B.Sc. in Computer Science

6)       B.Sc. in Mathematics

7)       B.A. in English Language

8)       B.A. in Translation

9)         B.A. in Arabic Language

10)     B.A. in Social Work (English)

11)     B.A. in Social Work (Arabic)

Programs offered by the College of Commerce and Business Administration

1)       B.A. in Business Administration in Accounting

2)       B.A. in Business Administration in Finance

3)       B.A. in Business Administration in Management

4)       B.A. in Business Administration in Marketing

5)       B.A. in Business Administration in Management Information Systems

6)       B.Sc. in Logistics & Supply Chain Management

Programs offered by the College of Engineering

1)       B.Sc. in Chemical Engineering 

2)       B.Sc. in Civil Engineering

3)       B.Sc. in Computer and Communications Engineering

4)       B.Sc. in Electrical and Electronics Engineering

5)       B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering

6)       Bachelor of Interior Architecture Engineering

7)       B.Sc. in Architectural Engineering

Program offered by the College of Law

1)       Bachelor of Law (Arabic)

Academic Year, Semester Load and Duration of Study

The academic year is divided into two main semesters (Fall and Spring) of sixteen weeks each and a Summer semester of eight weeks of instruction.

The normal semester load of a Bachelor Program is between 15 to 18 credit hours during Fall and Spring semesters and between 6 to 9 credit hours in Summer semester, depending on the program.

The time limit set for completing the Bachelor Program is not less than four academic years and not more than eight academic years. During the above mentioned period, a student may postpone or withdraw his/her study up to a maximum of four semesters.

Entry Requirements

There are two types of entry requirements for admission to any Bachelor Program at DU.

The entry requirements are same for both domestic and international students.

1)       General Entry Requirements

The applicant must have:

1)       A General Education Certificate or its equivalent, and

2)       Passed the Foundation Program (FP) from DU or any other Higher Education Institution recognised by the Ministry ,

OR

Be exempted from the FP English, Maths and IT courses based on the result of placement tests conducted by DU.

2)       Program-Specific Entry Requirements

These entry requirements are in addition to the general entry requirements, as specified above, and depend on the program of study.

Admission Procedure

Every applicant for Bachelor Program is required to submit an application online through the DU Website ( www.du.edu.om ), and upload color scanned copies of the required documents. The Online admission is the only way through which DU accepts the admission applications. The steps for completing the online admission are set clearly on the DU Website.

Tuition Fees

Tuition fees for the Bachelor Programs are RO 70 per credit hour . This does not include the cost of books, accommodation and transportation.

Graduation Requirements

To receive a Bachelor Degree, a student must:

1)       Complete the required number of total credit hours for the program, which ranges from 120 to 150 depending on the major.

2)       Attain a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 65 percent.

3)       Attain a Cumulative Major Grade Point Average (CMGPA) of 70 percent in the compulsory major courses.

Academic Advising

Each student at DU is assigned an academic advisor in the first semester of study, who is a faculty member from the concerned academic department. The role of the academic advisor is to assist the advisee in preparing course schedule for the semester based on his/her “Plan of Study”, support and guide him/her during the university studies, monitor the academic progress, and offer counselling on any academic difficulties the student may experience. The academic advising continues from the day student joins the University till he/she completes the study at DU.

Introduction

Dhofar University (DU) is located in the city of Salalah in the Sultanate of Oman. It offers 14 Postgraduate Programs in the fields of Arts & Humanities and Business & Management. All these programs follow credit hour system and the medium of instruction is either English or Arabic.

Postgraduate Programs Offered in English Medium

1)       M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction: Teaching English Language

2)       M.Sc. in Information Technology

3)       Master of Business Administration

Postgraduate Programs Offered in Arabic Medium

1)       M.Ed. in Educational Administration

2)       M.Ed. in Psychological Counseling

3)       M.Ed. General Curriculum & Instruction

4)       M.A. in Language studies

5)       M.A. in Literature and Criticism

6)       Master in Management

7)       Master in Social Work

8)       Master in Private Law

9)       Master in Public Law

10) M.Sc. in Accounting

11) Teaching Diploma

Academic Year, Semester Load and Duration of Study

The academic year for Postgraduate Programs at DU is divided into two semesters of sixteen weeks of instruction each. The normal semester load of a Postgraduate Program student is 9 credit hours.

The time limit for completing the postgraduate program is not less than four semesters and not more than eight semesters. During the above mentioned period, a student may postpone or withdraw his/her study up to a maximum of two semesters.

Admission Dates   XE "Deadlines for Applications"

Applications for admission to Postgraduate Programs are accepted twice in a year: for Fall Semester from July 1 to August 25 and for Spring Semester from December 1 to January 31.

  XE "GRADUATE STUDIES" Entry Requirements XE "Admission Requirements"

The entry requirements for each program are different and all admissions are subject to final approval by the Ministry.

In general, for admission to any Postgraduate Program at DU, the applicant must meet the following criteria:

1)       Have a Bachelor Degree in the relevant field or related discipline approved by the MoHERI .

2)       Attained the required CGPA in Bachelor Degree.

3)       Have the required IELTS score as specified by MoHERI

4)       Have the required work experience

5)       Pass the Entrance Exam conducted by the respective College

6)       Succeed in personal interview conducted by College Postgraduate Studies Committee

7)       Pass the specified number of bridging courses recommended by the College Postgraduate Studies Committee

Admission Procedure

Every applicant for is required to submit an application online through the DU Website ( www.du.edu.om ), and upload color scanned copies of the required documents. The Online admission is the only way through which DU accepts the admission applications. The steps for completing the online admission are set clearly on the DU Website.

Tuition Fees

Tuition fees for the programs are in the range of RO 90-150 per credit hour, depending on the program . This does not include the cost of books, accommodation and transportation. The tuition fees for the bridging courses is RO 250 per course.

Graduation Requirements

To receive a Postgraduate Degree, a student must:

1)       Satisfactorily complete 30 to 36 credit hours with prescribed CGPA, depending on the program, 

2)       Complete and successfully defend or Master Thesis,

3)       Pass a Comprehensive Examination (for comprehensive examination track only),

4)       Present official evidence of passing IELTS with band 6, or TOEFL with a minimum score of 550, or its equivalent.

Academic Advising and Project/Thesis Supervision

Each student at DU is assigned an academic advisor in the first semester of study, who is a faculty member from the concerned academic department. The role of the academic advisor is to assist the advisee in preparing course schedule for the semester based on his/her “Plan of Study”, support and guide him/her during the university studies, monitor the academic progress, and offer counselling on any academic difficulties the student may experience. The academic advising continues from the day student joins the University till he/she completes the study at DU.

Master Thesis or Research Project

Depending on the program, every student has to successfully complete Master’s Thesis or Research Project. The nature, scope, and content of Master’s Thesis is determined by the student in consultation with thesis supervisor. Each Postgraduate Program student is assigned a supervisor for Master Thesis who is a full-time faculty member and whose role is to guide the student in Master Thesis.

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