Become a competent, innovative practitioner with our MSc Logistics Supply Chain Management (CILT) course. Accredited by the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, our course addresses the key concerns of the subject, ensuring you graduate with the skills the industry demands.
What's covered in the course?
With companies facing ever-increasing competition, coupled with the need to reduce waste and improve the overall service offered to customers from initial design to final delivery, the need for highly skilled logistics practitioners and managers has never been more pronounced.
Supply chain management addresses the main operations aspects of both product-based and service industries. It is concerned with the initial design process, sourcing materials for the long-term satisfaction of the customer. Customer satisfaction is achieved by ensuring the supply of the right goods, in the right quantity, of the right quality, at the right price, to the right place, at the right time.
Why choose us?
-Our accreditation from the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) ensures our course remains fresh, relevant and replete with key industry insight. -You'll receive the support of expert staff, who have a wide range of academic, research and industrial experience in sectors such as manufacturing and electronics. -The course is flexible in delivery, allowing you to decide the best method of study, and ensuring you can fit your course around work and personal commitments. -You’ll be able to relate real-life, problem-based learning to industry and commerce, while also getting to grips with new technologies and techniques.
This degree course is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport.
Course in depth
You will acquire knowledge and understanding through formal lectures, tutor-led seminars and practical activities, as well as a range of independent learning activities.
There is an emphasis on guided, self-directed and student-centred learning with a progressively increasing independence of approach, thought and process. This independent learning includes an element of peer review in order to evaluate the effectiveness of the learning.
Lectures introduce themes, theories and concepts, which are further explored in seminars. You will benefit from technology-enhanced learning, where appropriate, through online resources, discussion forums and other activities.
Transferable/key skills, such as team-working, are pervasive and incorporated into modules and assessments as appropriate. You are encouraged to plan your own work schedules and required to meet deadlines. The course will foster your skills in reflection and self-awareness.
Modules -Research Methods and Professional Development 15 credits -Developing Financial Capability 15 credits -Developing Human Capability 15 credits -International Logistics and Supply Chain Management 15 credits -Enterprise Systems Design 15 credits -Operations and Supply Chain Management 15 credits -Logistics and Distribution Systems 15 credits -Business and Information Strategy 15 credits -Master’s Project 60 credits
Enhancing your employability skills
Graduates with the knowledge and practical skills that are taught on this course are in high demand.
This is because the logistics sector has identified a growing need for managers who can competently identify and provide solutions to a wide range of logistical and supply chain problems.
It means when you graduate from this course, you will stand out as a candidate who can operate at a senior level in this field. Typical roles that are suited for graduates of the MSc Logistics and Supply Chain Management include supply chain managers, distribution managers, logistics managers, logistics analysts, and procurement managers.
Our graduates have gone on to forge very successful careers with world-leading organisations including WEG Electric Motors (UK) Ltd, Ishida Europe, DHL Manufacturing Logistics Services, Palletways UK, APL Logistics, BAE Systems, and Staffordshire Perkins UK.