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The Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Supply Chain & Logistics is designed to fit around work and personal commitments. World-class teaching is delivered via pre-recorded online lectures to enrich the learning experience. MSBM has perfected the art of delivering practical management education. Our practice-based approach focuses on addressing real-world business problems.
We don’t just give you the theory; we ensure you learn how to apply it in your working life immediately, with case studies, webinars, business simulations, and 100% project-based.
The Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Supply Chain & Logistics allows you to achieve the qualification between 8 to 10 months, so it is a fast track to new opportunities and enhanced career prospects.
The purpose of this programme is to deliver a practical and realistic skill-based study programme to enhance your understanding of the supply chain and logistics function, its challenges and key strategies for success, which in turn is supported by appropriate reference to theoretical and conceptual analysis.
The objective of the Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Supply Chain & Logistics qualification is to develop a deep understanding of the concepts, strategies and analytics for successful supply chain and logistics planning, design and implementation.
This qualification reflects current practices in logistics and location decision making, supply chain analysis and appraisal, transportation management and optimization, and effective business analytics for strategic decision making.
Programme Structure and Credits:
This programme consists of 12 modules with a total of 120 ECTS credits.
This module provides the most critical information about the study course and assignment submission.
The management of human beings in a complex organisation- including human resource planning and development, assessment of future needs, building the personnel function to meet the needs of developing organisations, developing career paths, training programs, and policies. Resource loyalties, managing personnel to elevate individual contribution and increase quality, and lowering operational costs topics are additionally covered in this course.
This module equips students with the skills to incorporate the concepts of sustainable development in all the stages of an organisation. Focus is placed on background knowledge of the concept of sustainable development in supply chains, and students are expected to learn to contribute with confidence to a debate on the issues raised by sustainable development plans. The necessary practical tools used to apply the principles of sustainable development in the supply chain are provided.
This course teaches students to comprehend the concerns and challenges that strategic management managers encounter. It introduces students to concepts, methodological techniques, and instruments that are applicable to the analysis of an organisation's strategic position. Students will learn how to establish and implement strategies and policies, as well as their significant operational implications, in this course.
The production and operation functions in businesses are the themes of this course. Evaluation and growth of production and operations management (POM); POM problems; productivity (planning and control) and its measurement; forecasting demand; basic qualitative and quantitative forecasting techniques in major production; inventory control; single and multiple period inventories; statistical quality control; management problems; and case studies.
During this course, students will learn to distinguish between the international marketing concepts of products or services. From a managerial standpoint, understanding the international marketing environment and the conditions that influence the market selection, product decisions, policy and price, distribution channels, and various levels of marketing communications will be explained.
The goal of this course is to help students prepare for individualised research projects or dissertations by providing them with the tools and skills they'll need to build projects from a scientific, academic, and methodological standpoint.
Research strategy and design, conceptual framework development, ethics, research methodologies, and data analysis are among the topics covered.
The fundamentals of materials and logistics management, as well as supply chain operating procedures and principles, are covered in this course. The dynamic nature of product and service supply chain management, as well as the impact of the global economy on the management process, is investigated. The course also provides a solid foundation in supply chain design theory, which covers customer service, quality, logistics, inventory management, and integrated supply chain management techniques. Forecasting, postponement, sourcing (particularly global sourcing), and network architecture are among the topics covered.
Here, the learner will submit a self researched graduation project to apply the concepts learnt and skills acquired during the course
All MSBM courses are accredited by the relevant partners and awarding bodies. Please refer to MSBM accreditation in about us for more details.
For entry onto the Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Supply Chain and Logistics qualification, learners must possess:
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