Part time MSc Programs in Logistics Management 2020
A Master of Science or MSc is a postgraduate degree typically in the fields of sciences and social sciences. MSc may be course-based, research-based, or a mixture of the two.
A logistics management program is an excellent choice for students who have completed their business or finance undergraduate degree and want to focus their qualifications and prepare to manage logistics and supply chains on a global scale.
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The Master of Science (MSc) in Logistics and Supply Chain Management programme is designed for professionals who wish to achieve mastery in Logistics Management, accelerate their career growth and build their network with like-minded business leaders.
When you understand a business from one end to the other, you make yourself indispensable—in a city that is one of the world’s greatest transportation and logistics hubs.
This degree is perfect for working professionals or those about to graduate with a Bachelor’s degree. It is in response to the significant increase in the transportation of people and goods by air transport. The International Air Transportation forecasts a doubling of air traffic to 7.8 billion trips per year by 2036. Air Cargo is expected to reach 150 million tons shipped per year in the same forecast.
The advance in communication technology and transportation has gradually broken regional borders. Global manufacturing refers to the distribution of up-stream and down-stream production activities (ranging from material sourcing, product development, production assembly and product distribution) in different regions with different comparative advantages through co-ordination and strategic alliances within and amongst enterprises. In other words, companies are now establishing their production bases wherever human resources, technology or markets are available so as to make the best use of resources of a local area. This mode of the production method of global coordination and integration not only increases market signals. To this end, an integrated approach to managing the logistics planning and operations on a global basis is crucial.
This course is informed by the very latest academic research and provides you with an in-depth understanding of procurement, warehousing, stores management, transportation and shipping, inventory planning and contract management.