Supply Chain Management is concerned with the global management of physical information flows for elaborating products, going from raw materials and suppliers through the production and distribution system down to the final consumers. Transport activities also play a vital role in the organization of the system. The design, planning, and optimization of global supply chains and their components (procurement, production, distribution, and transport) have become a key factor of performance competitiveness for companies of all sectors in the increasingly competitive global economy. The program covers the logistics activities of companies in the productive sectors and service activities.
The MSc MOST aim to give a competitive edge to students and young professionals interested in industrial engineering and engineering management with a high emphasis on quantitative methods for decision-making in supply chain and transport management and optimization.
COMPETENCES ACQUIRED: The high-level technical and management skills necessary for the management of supply chains and logistics and transport systems for the product or service sectors; An advanced training in Operations Research and Decision-making techniques applied to supply chain management; An in-depth knowledge of industrial systems operations management, production, transport, and logistics in all sectors of economic activity; The ability to manage complex, innovative projects in an international environment; The opportunity to put into practice the theoretical concepts in a real industrial environment or conduct a research project aimed at developing innovations in the area; The chance to learn the French language and acquire the French culture; The opportunity to enter a high-level carrier in industry or to continue for the preparation of a doctoral thesis.
TYPICAL JOBS: Supply Chain Manager; Supply Chain Consultant; Consultant or expert in optimization for supply chain or transport systems; Planner, Analyst; Production Planner, Production Analyst; Project Manager for supply chain development; Purchaser / Buyer.