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How long you will study
Domestic course fees
SEK 42500 per semester
How you will study
International course fees
SEK 42500 per semester
The programme corresponds to the global competition requirements of efficiency, coordination, management control and development of business processes within and between companies in supply chains. It contains two different specialisations; the front in business and management control, and the front in logistics and supply chain management.
The two-year program is composed by the two fields of logistics/supply chain management and management accounting, a combination that is unique of its kind. One common theme in the program is to find and create efficiency within supply chains together with supplier networks, in order to fulfill those demands of value creation for the end customer that a competitive market imposes. Another important theme is, by developing and deployment of process-oriented information and control methods, to develop and streamline processes within parts of the own company and not the least between companies.
On the specialization; Frontiers in management accounting & business process control, you deepen your knowledge from the bachelor's level. The first semester contains the courses Contemporary perspectives in management accounting (which approaches contemporary MA research and practice to design and work with modern management accounting systems), and advanced economic analysis, information systems & risk management (creating in-depth knowledge and abilities to work with goals, information and analyses in modern Management Accounting Systems). After the first semester, you will study integration of supply chains, the design of process based control models and inter-organizational management accounting, research methodology and e-business management. The master program is concluded by a master thesis. It is possible to graduate with a general master degree after one year. The program is held in English and recruits students from all over the world.
General entry requirements for second-cycle studies and specific entry requirements: Bachelor Degree in Business Administration with a minimum of 90 credits in Business Administration, with a minimum of 30 credits in Accounting, or the equivalent. English B/6 or the equivalent.
I acquired the skill of critical thinking
At Linnaeus University I acquired the skill of critical thinking as an important tool to understand processes better and reflect why and how business and society progress in the way they do.
- Miranda Kajtazi, Kosovo
Assistant Professor, Economics and Management, Lund University
Former student in a number of master courses in informatics, computer science and media technology at Linnaeus University
I learned more about local entrepreneurship
I learned a lot from the local entrepreneurial spirit in Småland, which I’m convinced will prove valuable in my future career.
- Alina Veksler, Russia
PhD student in Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Luleå University of Technology
Former student in Entrepreneurship, Sustainability and Social Change, Master Programme at Linnaeus University
I wrote my Master thesis in collaboration with Volvo
I got the chance to write my thesis in collaboration with Volvo which gave me a deeper understanding for supply chains.
- Rina Dalimunthe, Indonesia
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Former student in Business Process Control and Supply Chain Management, Master Programme at Linnaeus University
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