Master of Science
in Supply Chain and Logistics Management
Why choose this program?
Fierce competition in today’s global markets, increasing number of new products and services, and heightened expectations of customers force businesses to build and run high performing supply chains. Supply chain management brings together the effective application of technologies, processes and leadership so that companies can deliver their promises.
About our program
In the Master of Supply Chain Management, you will develop the leadership skills to guide your organization towards effective and sustainable supply chain management and develop an understanding for today’s characteristics and future trends in logistics, global sourcing, and operations and international business at an advanced level.
The Master of Science program is structured in three modules each strategically developed and paced to compound the understanding of various supply chain and logistics management concepts.
The program has a total of 39 credits, with each credit representing 15 hours of class time and approximately 30 hours out-of-class preparation. There are 10 core courses and 4 elective courses and will be delivered over a period of 12 to 15 months in a block structure. Classes are conveniently scheduled over the weekend to ensure work life balance.
To enhance critical thinking and effective communication within a variety of supply
chain and logistics contexts.
My career opportunities
With your skills and knowledge in leadership, problem-solving, communications, relationship management and information flows, you will be prepared for a career in logistics, procurement and supply chain management roles in all sectors. You may find work as a procurement manager, sourcing specialist or logistics manager.
Our program is conducted over a period of 12 to 15 months. It is structured in five modules each strategically developed and paced to compound the understanding of various management concepts. The program is conducted in a block structure with classes scheduled over weekends. There are sufficient breaks in between for snacks and prayers.
Thursdays: 5 – 10 PM
Fridays: 9 – 12 AM and 2 – 6 PM.
There are sufficient breaks in between for snacks and prayers.