M.Sc. in Logistics and Supply Chain Crisis Management
Starts in April, July, October and January
The Master of Science degree program in Logistics and Supply Chain Management is intended for students who seek to extend their understanding of logistics and supply chain management and who wish to prepare for a first professional job and a future career in the industry. It is also appropriate for logistics and supply chain professionals who are just starting out in their careers and want to improve their knowledge and abilities so that they may advance to the next level in their careers.
You will be able to build a solid conceptual and theoretical grasp of logistics management concerns, problems, and opportunities, as well as learn the skills, analytical approaches, and tools necessary to make a substantial and sustained contribution to the attainment of organization goals by participation in this program.
Students who already have relevant experience and either a recognized Postgraduate Diploma (PgD) in Logistics and Supply Chain Management or a certificate that is comparable to a Postgraduate Diploma may apply to participate in the Advanced Entry route program.
Students who want to get enrolled in the course are required to provide the following supporting documents:
The Advanced Entry route program is a good alternative for those who are serious about advancing their careers in upper-level management, since it requires them to complete the Research Methods module and a Consultancy Project Report on a topic of their choosing.
The webinars on “Induction” and “Research Methods,” which come at the beginning of the program, provide you the opportunity to complete the proposal you’ve been working upon in your research.
The Consultancy Project Report gives students an opportunity to research a specific area of interest inside a company. The goal of this module is to improve students’ professional and intellectual growth by giving them opportunities to demonstrate persistent independent thought, learning, and critical reflection.
Through theoretical and conceptual research, this program addresses a problem with the company’s strategic planning. The final product of the student consultancy is a report.
Completing the Advanced Entry route program with the help of your assigned supervisor for the final Consultancy Project Report module should take between 6 and 9 months.
We want our students to get the most out of their investment in their future by taking our course.
Our academic staff, including your program manager and supervisor, will be there for you every step of the way to ensure your success.