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MSc Supply Chain Improvement

Course Description

• Designed for managers (and aspiring managers) working within the supply chain, this course gives you a high level strategic awareness of the whole supply chain
• Gain the knowledge to inform and develop supply chain management strategy, and learn and apply relevant systems modelling techniques to supply chain operations
• Learn about relevant modern technology such as RFID and enterprise management systems to see how they can be integrated into your organisation.

The MSc Supply Chain Improvement course givesd you the opportunity to gain new knowledge to help you to develop and improve supply chain operations and logistics functions within an organisation. It is an applied programme for managers working, or aspiring to work, in a supply chain role.

You will acquire an in-depth understanding of current supply chain scenarios and the development of significant systems/process improvement (e.g. warehouse movements, movement of goods) as they relate to the supply chain. You’ll also get the opportunity to focus on specific areas of the supply chain, for example, purchasing and supply, warehousing, transport and logistics.

Visit the MSc Supply Chain Improvement page on the University of Derby website for more details!

Entry Requirements

You will usually need an undergraduate degree in a relevant discipline (minimum 2:2 or above) or an international or professional programme equivalent (eg CIPS or CILT level 6) qualification.Applicants with a lower classification qualification may still be considered for entry to the programme where they can demonstrate a relevant level of work experience and or knowledge to work at the required level.

Course Fees

Please see our website for the latest information regarding fees.

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