MSC in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

The purpose of the MSC in Logistics and Supply Chain Management is to develop and enhance learners’ career development needs in logistics, operations and supply chain.

Logistics and Supply Chain Management qualification is to broaden learners’ understanding of logistics and supply chain management. It is designed for those who wish to prepare for a first professional role and future career. It is also suitable for logistics and supply chain professionals in the early stages of their career looking to enhance their knowledge and skills and move to the next level professionally.

 

Course Structure

The qualification has a total of six units and a dissertation.

  1. Logistics Management (20 credits)
  2. Supply Chain Planning, Modelling and Analytics (20 credits)
  3. Procurement and Supply Management (20 credits)
  4. Supply Chain and Operations Strategy (20 credits)
  5. Sustainable Operations Management (20 credits)
  6. Business Research Methods (20 credits)

At the end of six units, learners will achieve 120 credits Level 7 Diploma in Logistics and Supply Chain Management, accredited by Ofqual and awarded by OTHM Qualifications. Learners will then progress to the following unit, delivered by our partner London Graduate School and awarded by the University of Chichester, UK.

  • Dissertation (60 credits)

 

About the Awarding body – OTHM

OTHM is an internationally recognised awarding organisation regulated by Ofqual in England. After completing the first six units, learners will achieve the OTHM Level 7 Diploma in Logistics and Supply Chain Management.

 

University of Chichester, UK

The University of Chichester is a public university located in West Sussex, England. The University of Chichester can trace its origins back to 1839.

To read more about the University – Click Here.

The University of Chichester awards MSC in Logistics and Supply Chain Management degree. 

 

Who is this course for?

This MSC in Logistics and Supply Chain Management is designed for learners seeking job progression, managerial and leadership roles in the logistics, Logistics and Supply Chain Management and supply chain. This qualification is also suitable for personal and professional development.

 

Careers

This MSC in Logistics and Supply Chain Management provides various careers and encourages learners to gain the skills, knowledge, and understanding that will help them achieve their goals and aspirations. Graduates work in the public and private sectors worldwide and across a range of sectors as logistics manager, director, operations or supply chain manager or director.

 

Entry Requirements

We expect a learner to have sufficient work experience or the previous level qualification to study this course.

 

Duration

We offer flexible duration.

Full-Time – 9-12 months

Part-Time – 18-24 months

 

How to apply?

There are four options to apply for a course. Please choose only 1 option.

Option 1 – Purchase the course, and you will get access to the course materials. You will have to complete an enrolment form to complete your registration after six units. OR

Option 2Pay Monthly (6 Months) – Click Here to Purchase the Course and pay in 6 monthly instalments of £600/month. It is suitable for learners who want to complete the course in 9-12 months.     OR

Option 3Pay Monthly (10 Months) – Click Here to Purchase the Course and pay in 10 monthly instalments of £360/month. It is suitable for learners who want to complete the course in 18-24 months.  OR

Option 4 – Apply for admission – Click Here. Once your admission application is submitted, we will take 1-3 days to issue you an offer letter.

 

Lessons

  1. Study Planner - Logistics and Supply Chain Management

  2. Unit 01 - Logistics Management

    The unit focusses on the strategic, value adding role of logistics in supply networks. It aims to impart learners with a thorough understanding of key theoretical and operational aspects of managing logistics, specifically transportation, storage/warehousing and packaging. The related considerations for business competitiveness and operational efficiency is emphasised as is the interdependency between operational, technological, and regulatory aspects.
  3. Unit 02 - Supply Chain Planning, Modelling and Analytics

    The unit aims to provide learners with in-depth knowledge about planning processes across all key aspects of supply chain management. The relevance of each of the planning processes, the associated information requirements and modelling and analytic techniques are covered.
  4. Unit 03 - Procurement and Supply Management

    The unit seeks to provide learners with a thorough understanding of procurement and supply management from a strategic, technological, process and relationship perspective. The goal is to provide insights on the role of procurement within supply chain management, the tools and techniques to assess sourcing options, the negotiation and contractual issues encountered with suppliers, effective supplier relationship management and technological enablers in procurement.
  5. Unit 04 - Supply Chain and Operations Strategy

    The unit seeks to provide learners with a thorough understanding of procurement and supply management from a strategic, technological, process and relationship perspective. The goal is to provide insights on the role of procurement within supply chain management, the tools and techniques to assess sourcing options, the negotiation and contractual issues encountered with suppliers, effective supplier relationship management and technological enablers in procurement.
  6. Unit 05 - Sustainable Operations Management

    The aim of this unit is to develop learners’ understanding, knowledge and skills of sustainable operations management, including key elements of sustainability and their importance to businesses, the business drivers and barriers affecting the move towards sustainability, the different practices across the supply chain that can be worked upon to improve sustainability as well as the performance measures and the business impact of sustainability. A variety of different sectors are explored.
  7. Unit 06 - Business Research Methods

    The aim of this unit is to develop learners’ understanding of research principles including the formulation of research proposals, literature reviews, referencing, data collection using interviews and surveys, questionnaire design, statistical analysing using SPSS, qualitative data, and methods for drawing conclusions from the analysed data.

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