If you choose to study our Logistics and Supply Chain Management MSc you will develop your knowledge and understanding of the key concepts affecting Logistics and Supply Chain Management today. Whether you intend to specialise in Logistics or Supply Chain Management as a career, or enter general management, you will require a deep and systematic understanding of the technology, staff, infrastructure and operational processes that define this important business sector.
You will cover every stage of the supply chain, from raw material supply to resource recovery, as will the many modes of transport, on land, sea and in the air.
Developments in the last two decades have seen huge investments into the technologies necessary to deliver reduced operating costs, shorter lead times and better value for customers. You will investigate and evaluate the range of current approaches to Logistics and Supply Chain Management and will look at how this could change in the next five years through the use of theoretical and industry sources.
You will explore strategic issues such as multi-channel retailing, supply chain collaboration and lead time compression in your course sessions. Our teaching staff are highly experienced, many of whom have previously held board level appointments in globally renowned logistics companies.
You will also examine topics of global significance, such as disaster relief and sustainable distribution, giving you a solid understanding of the industry.
Our MSc in Logistics and Supply Chain Management aims to:
A modular approach to teaching is employed at the Faculty of Business and Law. Our MSc Logistics and Supply Chain Management course shares a number of key features with our other postgraduate study programmes in Management.
As a student on this course, you will follow a core programme of study designed to broaden and reinforce your management knowledge in the following areas:
You will additionally cover a range of topics specific to your chosen subject area, such as:
You will also have a further opportunity to explore these subjects, or subjects of your own choosing, in your final Logistics Research Project. The logistics teaching team has extensive links with local and international industry, which may lead to opportunities for you to undertake your research within logistics businesses.
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You may be required to complete an English Language course or Foundation program before being able to enrol on to an undergraduate or postgraduate degree program.