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Supply Chain Management and Logistics is a discipline that deals with planning and management of activities involved with sourcing, conversion, and logistics. Logistics management includes the management part of planning, implementing, and controlling the efficiency of the flow of work for storing goods, services, and information between the origin point and consumption point to satisfy and meets the customers' demands.

People involved in Logistics are responsible for improving the supply chain to ensure that products are delivered quickly. Supply Chain Management and Logistics are highly inter-disciplinary since it draws concepts from various disciplines like Industrial and Systems Engineering, Management, Marketing, and Information Technology.

The study program covers topics like market needs, supply flows, market functions, e-commerce, and various planning methods. Students develop useful skills like working under pressure, decision-making, research and analysis, problem-solving, and negotiation.

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Study Levels

The different types of study levels that offer this course are:
Diploma in Supply Chain Management
Graduate Diploma in Supply Chain Management
Postgraduate Diploma in Supply Chain Management
Advanced Diploma in Supply Chain Management
Bachelor of Supply Chain Management
Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Logistics Management
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Business: Supply and Logistics Management
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Logistics Engineering
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Logistics Management
Bachelor Degree in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Bachelor of Commerce (BCom)
Bachelor of International Business Management
Bachelor of Global Logistics and Maritime Management
Bachelor of Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Bachelor of Transportation and International Logistics
Bachelor of Engineering
Bachelor in Operations and Logistics
Master of Supply Chain Management
Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Business: Supply and Logistics Management
Master of Arts (MA) in Logistics Management
Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Master in Logistics Management
Master of Commerce (MCom)
Master of International Business Management
Master of Global Logistics and Maritime Management
Master of Transportation and International Logistics
Master of Engineering
Master in Operations and Logistics
Ph.D. in Supply Chain Management

Specialisations

Students of Supply Chain Management can choose to specialise in the modules:
Admin Module
Central Inventory Management
Constraints Management
Customer Relation Management
Demand Management
Finance and Accounting
Information Technology
Inter-Site And Office Connectivity
Lean Supply Chain
Material Handling And Transportation Technologies
Performance Base Logistics
Pre-Sales Management
Project Management
Purchase Management
SalesForce Automation
Sales, Invoicing, and Dispatch
Strategic Sourcing
Supply Chain Network And Flow Management
Supply Chain Networking and Design

Throwing Caps

Students can choose to specialize in areas like:

Advanced Contract & Financial Management
Applied Techniques In Logistics
Capacity Planning And Control
Contractual Risk Management
Ethical Procurement Management And Supply
Integrated Logistics
Inventory Management
Logistics Analytics

Materials Requirements Planning System Technology
Order Management
Reverse Logistics
Strategic Transport Planning
Teams And Individuals Management
Warehouse Management

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Employability

Supply Chain Management and Logistics are meant to meet the demands of customers with regards to products and services. The need and demand of logistics managers are quite high in every business. Small businesses can be fairly be handled by an individual, but large businesses usually have a whole department of logistics and supply chain management. The career scope for this type of management is quite broad with significant and efficient growth.

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    Some of the career options for graduates from this course are:
    Supply Chain Designer and Planner
    Distribution Network Designer and Planner
    Warehouse Designer and Manager
    Procurement and Supply Manager
    Logistics Administrator
    Logistics Manager
    Transport Manager

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    Transport Administrator
    Reverse Logistics Manager
    Warehouse Administrator
    Logistics Director
    Supply Chain Finance Manager
    Supply Chain IT
    Sales Manager
    Project Manager
    Supply Chain Consultant
    Purchase Manager
    Strategic Planner
    Materials Analyst