The MBA in Logistics and Supply Chain Management is designed for those who want to work in Logistics and Supply Chain Management organizations. It covers the tools and techniques to evaluate, manage and improve services, operations and supply chain processes and also enable students to develop professional skills in Business Management.
To expose students to specialized courses in Logistics and Supply Chain Management and provide them with the opportunity of obtaining practical knowledge to solve marketing problems in Logistics and Supply Chain Management.
- A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited U.S institution or its international equivalent
- A minimum of two to three years of work experience depending on your responsibilities or a professional background
- Personal Statement
- Managerial Economics
- Strategic Management and Planning
- Accounting Practice
- Business Communication
- Finance Management
- Marketing Process and Practice
- Business Ethics
- Entrepreneurship and Corporate Social Responsibility
- Business Law
- Leadership in Business Organizations
- Seminar on Human Resource Management
- Research Methodology
Third Semester (Seminar)
During the third semester, MBA students who specialize in Logistics and Supply Chain Management will make the following seminar presentations as final coursework:
Seminar Presentations in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Seminar Presentations in Logistics Operations and Outsourcing Management
Seminar Presentations in Managing Resilient Supply Chains
Seminar Presentations in Storage and Warehousing Techniques and Management
Seminar Presentations in Supply Chain Strategy and Sustainability
- Lectures 10
- Quizzes 0
- Skill level Masters
- Language English
- Students 58
- Assessments Yes
Economics and Decision-Making Process; Understanding the Micro and Macro Environment of Business (specifically the Macroeconomic Variables); Demand and Supply; Types of Market Models; Theory of Games
Strategic Management and Planning
Concept of Management and Planning; Principles of Strategic Management; Professionalism in Management; issues in strategic planning.
Understanding the principles of business ethics; Types of Business Ethics; Corporate Culture; Decision-Making; Data Privacy; Ethical Due Diligence; Trust.
Core Topics in Accounting Practice; Core Topics in Management Accounting Practice; Core Topics in Auditing; Core Topics in Accounting Theory and Corporate Reporting.
Money and its Relevance to Business and the Economy; Sources of Business Finance; Bank Lending and its Implications for Business; Aspects of Financial Management/Corporate Finance; Monetary and Fiscal Policies
Marketing Process and Practice
General Marketing Principles, Marketing Communications Systems; Consumer and Buyer Behaviour Analysis; Professionalism in Marketing Practice; Ethical Issues in Marketing.
Understanding important topics in business communication; Business meetings; Social Media; Corporate Emails; Business Letters; Blog Communication
Topics in Business Law; Contracts; The law of Corporations and the other Business Organizations; Security Law; Intellectual Property; Antitrust; Commercial Paper; Pension and Benefits; Secured Transactions; Trust and Estates; The Legal Environment of Business.
Application of Scientific Methods in the Study and Analysis of Business Activities; Research Designs; Data Collection Methods; Sampling Techniques; Data Analysis Methods, Measurement Scales; Interpretation and Presentation of Business Research Results; Applications of Research in Business Problem-Solving.