MSc International Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Suitable for: Those with a strong background in logistics and supply chain management who wish to progress their careers.
To take into account
A 2ii Honours degree or equivalent qualification (business or non-business). Applicants aged 25 years or older with 5 years middle/senior management experience in a related procurement/supply chain role will also be considered on an individual basis.
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What you'll learn on the course
An CILT(UK) MSc will equip students with the necessary skills and knowledge to bridge the gap between operational and strategic management to fulfil your professional potential and enhance your strategic capabilities for your own and your organisation's benefit.
The three-year distance learning programme is validated by Glamorgan University, UK.
What does the course cover?
Stage 1 – 60 Credits (2 x 20 credits + 2 x10 credits)
- Strategic Supply Chain Management (20 Credits)
- Applied Economics & Marketing for Managers
- Strategic Accounting for Decision Making
- Commercial Law & Practice(10 Credits)
Stage 2 – 120 Credits (2 x 20 credits + 2 x 10 credits + stage 1)
- Future Logistics & Supply Chain Landscapes (10 Credits)
- Globalisation of Logistics & Supply Chains
- Strategic Operations Management
- Research Methods
Stage 3 – 180 Credits (1 x 20 credits + 1 x 40 credits + stages 1 & 2)
- Strategy as Practice (20 credits)
- Dissertation (International Logistics & Supply Chain Dissertation)
Method of Study
This programme is delivered by cutting edge e-learning technology, which enables you to complete your studies wherever you are in the world. You will be required to spend approximately 15 hours a week online preferably using a broadband connection with 0.5Mb.
How is the qualification assessed?
Assessment is through assignments for each of the modules and a dissertation for the final module. There are no examinations. The 20 credit modules will be assessed via a 6000 word assignment and the 10 credit modules will be assessed via a 3000 word assignment.