MBA in Supply Chain and Logistics Management

Awarded By

Universidad Catolica San Antonio de Murcia (UCAM), Spain

Study Mode

On Campus & Hybrid

Credits

90 ECTS

Course Duration

2 Years

Recognised by :

WES Canada & UK ENIC (NARIC)

MBA in Supply Chain and Logistics Management

MBA in Supply Chain and Logistics Management not only includes planning, implementing, controlling the material and flow of the product or service but also the analytical skills and management strategies required for the transportation of goods and services through proper use of inventory, customer service, warehouse, storage. 

Supply chain management is a multidisciplinary aspect of industry that is concerned with Project planning, obtaining raw materials by sourcing and providing logistical support, methods of production, the distribution of generated products and controlling costs and risks at each of the levels mentioned above.  Supply Chain and Logistics  Management is the entire management of the supply chain process which includes the flow of goods and services as follows: 

Supplier

Manufacturer

Wholesaler

Retailer

Consumers

MBA in Supply Chain and  Logistics  Management will help you to learn to manage the process of manufacturing units and customer dealing.

  • It will provide you to learn in depth about the functions of logistics and supply chain.
  • It helps to understand the national and international markets.
  • It is a dynamic industry, and it is across the world nowadays.
  • MBA Professionals can be a part from product manufacturing to product delivery
Logistics manager posing in warehouse

Why take up MBA in Supply Chain and Logistics Management?

Booming industry With the growth in retail, e-commerce and manufacturing sectors, demand for MBA students in logistics and supply chain management is quite high. In this programme, the student analyses the complete process of the product cycle from raw material collection to delivering the final product in the market.

Global curriculum This programme covers topics such as – Trade Operations, Liner Industry, Commercial Geography, Implementation issues in Supply Chain Performance Metrics and Modelling & Operational Strategic, Logistics Management and recent SCM trends.

Climb up the ladder There are many advantages to obtaining a professional supply chain education. This area of research is one of the most rapidly expanding in the business world. As a result, students who earn an MBA in Supply Chain have an easier time finding work. They always rise to the top of their organizations.

Ever-evolving industry – The number of available supply chain positions will increase by 26% between 2020 and 2030. The current demand-to-supply ratio of eligible individuals to workers is six to one. That number may be as high as nine to one in a few years.

Earning Prospects According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the median pay for a Logistics and Supply Chain Specialist was $76,270 in May 2020. In addition, the top 10% earned an average salary of over $122,580.

Endless Opportunities – Graduates of this program will work in a variety of manufacturing sectors, ranging from food processing to the production of goods. Soft drink manufacturers, automobile manufacturers, watchmakers, bakeries, and other industries are examples.

  • Project Manager
  • Logistics Head
  • Chief Procurement Analyst
  • Supply Chain Manager
  • Global Logistic Manager
  • Operations Director
  • Transportation Manager
  • Commercial Manager
  • Purchasing Manager
  • Transportation Director
  • Warehousing Manager, and many more.

Manufacturers and Suppliers are the major recruiters for candidates with an MBA in this field, in all the countries of the world. Some of them are Amazon, Coca-Cola, Frito-Lays, FedEx, Nestle, Intel, Apple, Google, Walmart, Decathlon, DHL, Juki, HCL, etc. Managers working in the branch of federal government tend to make $88,280 per year. 

Bachelors/Graduation in any stream

  • Language proficiency documents
  1. A university master’s degree awarded by Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia (UCAM), (título propio), a state-recognized university in Spain.
  2. PG diploma at level 7 awarded by British-awarding ATHE UK

Part A

Module List

Part A consists of eight modules. These modules will be delivered over a period of one year(fast-track nine months). All the learners who complete Part A will attain 60 ECTS which is equivalent to 120 UK credits.

Part B

Module List

Part B consists of two modules(a mandatory module and thesis work). These modules will be delivered over a period of six to nine months(fast-track three months). All the learners who complete Part A and Part B will be awarded an MBA degree in Supply Chain & Logistics Management from UCAM, Spain, and will attain 90 ECTS which is equivalent to 180 UK credits.

Finance for Strategic Logistics Managers

Strategic Human Resource Management in Supply Chain & Logistics organisation

About Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia(UCAM), Spain

  • Amongst the first universities , to adapt its programs to the European Quality System for Education, following the Bologna Process.
  • With more than 15,000 students and various uniquely tailored degree programs and specializations, it is one of the largest and most reputed universities of Spain.
  • Europe’s Top 10: UCAM is ranked as one of the top 10 universities in Europe. Also announced as one of the ‘most beautiful campus in the world.
  • Academic Collaborations: UCAM has established more than fifty research groups in close collaboration with enterprises such as, Coca Cola, DANONE, Vodafone and Siemens, providing some students the opportunity to contribute academically.
  • Partnerships & tie-ups: UCAM has around 200 renowned international strategic partners including UC Berkeley, Stanford, NTU, NUS or Università degli Studi di Bologna.
  • Individual attention: UCAM’s teaching method is based on personalized attention with a reduced number of students per class and a personal tutor assigned to each student.
  • Prestige: UCAM functions as the educational body of the Spanish LFP (Professional Football League).
  • Students can take transfer to the UCAM campuses in Spain for a dual country experience and the benefits of a Schengen region country (Dubai + Spain).
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