Shine as a multi-faceted engineer capable of managing complex engineering systems.
From logistics to intelligent systems, you will be able to take on any engineering projects with confidence. The Diploma in Engineering Systems & Management (DESM) equips you with project management, systems thinking and problem-solving skills, on top of engineering expertise in emerging technologies.
The interdisciplinary knowledge you gain will help you assess the interdependency of connected systems in large-scale projects.
Learn about automation, robotics, land transport systems, and how social and economic policies impact engineering decisions. With the strong support from our close renowned industry players such as BYD, OMRON and SMRT, you will appreciate the technical hardware, programming and operational artistry behind these emerging trends.
Acquire practical learning experiences when you embark on an internship programme which will prepare you to competently manage and execute projects of any scale.
I developed valuable problem-solving skills during my time at
RP, while gaining a practical understanding of our transport system.
The knowledge and experience gained from my studies, coupled with
the strong industry collaboration by Diploma in Engineering Systems
& Management (DESM), enabled me to have a successful internship
with SMRT. This eventually helped me land my current job as a
Station Manager with SMRT.
You can look forward
to excellent career prospects in engineering,
operations and project management positions in
wide-ranging industries such as:
Automation and Robotics
Fleet Facilities and Systems Management
Manufacturing and Engineering Services
Urban Transport Operations and Management
Discover exciting opportunities for further studies!
You can pursue further studies in a wide range of
engineering and business fields. Top local and overseas
universities welcome our graduates with advanced
standing of up to two years.
Nanyang Technological University
National University of Singapore
Singapore Institute of Technology