If you want to work in logistics, supply chain engineering and management then this degree is for you. The central concept is of a supply network — constructing the relationships that bring it into being, commissioning the technologies that enable it to operate, managing the input, the material and information flow, and distributing the product.
During the course you’ll develop the skills to evaluate, manage and improve service, operational and supply chain processes and market analysis. You’ll use ERP systems to improve the operational functions of a business and develop a broad understanding of strategy development and design. Modules include: Logistics and Operations Management; Supply Chain Management; Procurement and Inventory Management; Storage and Warehouse Techniques; Transportation Techniques and Management; Financial Analysis and Control Systems; Organisations, People and Performance; and elective choices.
Our recent graduates have gained employment with manufacturing or services companies, including providers of third-party logistics, and as specialists in supply chain, planning or logistics.
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Student profile, Kenya Zelaya, SCLM Graduate 2013-2014
"I liked the idea of studying a module intensively for one week then having a few weeks to carry out my own research into the subject. This seemed a better way of working than having just two hours of lectures each day for example."
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