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MBA in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

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What you'll learn

An MBA in Logistics and Supply Chain Management is a specialised graduate program designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary to excel in the dynamic and complex world of supply chain operations. This program integrates traditional business principles with a focus on the intricacies of managing the entire supply chain process, from procurement to distribution.

Students pursuing an MBA in Logistics and Supply Chain Management gain a deep understanding of inventory management, transportation, warehousing, and global logistics strategies. The curriculum often includes courses on supply chain analytics, risk management, and sustainable supply chain practices. Additionally, students are exposed to real-world case studies and industry collaborations, providing practical insights into the challenges and opportunities within the field.

Graduates of this program are well-prepared for leadership roles in supply chain management, logistics, and operations. They possess the strategic thinking and analytical skills necessary to optimise supply chain efficiency, reduce costs, and enhance overall organisational performance. As businesses continue to operate in an increasingly interconnected global environment, the demand for professionals with expertise in Logistics and Supply Chain Management remains high, making an MBA in this field a valuable asset for aspiring business leaders.

The MBA in Logistics and Supply Chain Management Programme is awarded by Queen Margaret University and delivered by ISDC. The programme will be delivered through ISDC Learning Management System (LMS) with dedicated support from Edvoro. Edvoro is the strategic partner to attract high quality learners and value added services. Edvoro works in partnership with ISDC to promote this programme.


About Awarding Body

About Queen Margaret University

Established in 1875 as the Edinburgh School of Cookery, Queen Margaret University has evolved into a distinguished institution with a vision centred on delivering quality education. Founded by Christian Guthrie Wright and Louisa Stevenson, it officially adopted its current name in 1999. Committed to fostering a transformative learning experience, the university aims to empower students to achieve personal goals and make meaningful contributions to society. By offering a harmonious blend of practical and theoretical education, Queen Margaret University prepares students to positively impact the world, reflecting its enduring commitment to excellence in education since its inception over a century ago.

About SQA

The Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) serves as Scotland's national awarding body, overseeing the creation, accreditation, assessment, and certification of qualifications, excluding University Degrees. Established by the Education (Scotland) Act 1996, it operates under parliamentary jurisdiction and is accountable to the Scottish Government. As a globally recognised entity, SQA ensures the quality of certifications, enabling acceptance by international universities for advanced entry and credit transfer into both undergraduate and postgraduate programs. This attests to the credibility and transferability of qualifications endorsed by SQA on an international scale.


Assessment

Performance on the course will be assessed by Closed books exam, reports, case study, Group discussions, Viva, presentations, and a dissertation.


Entry Requirements

  • Undergraduate Degree or Equivalent.
  • Proficiency in English.
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Course Content

Trimester 1 (4 months) Credits Assessment pattern
Leadership & Change Management 20 A1 – 30 minute debate (60%) A2 – 2000 word case study (40%)
Crisis Management 20 A1 – 10 min video essay (50%) A2 – 30 min group presentation (50%)
Research Methodologies and Objectives 20 A1 – 2,500 word Individual research proposal & 500-word reflection presentation (70%) A2 – 10 minutes individual viva (30%)
       
Trimester 2 (4 months) Credits Assessment pattern
Managing Risk for LSCM 15 A 1 2000 Individual report 50% A2 30 min Group presentation 50%
LSCM Design and Effectiveness 15 A1 - 4000 word individual report  
Financial Diligence and Performance Evaluation 15 A1 - Group essay (1500 per student in a group of 4 (70%) A2 - 15 min group viva (30%)
Technology in LSCM 15 A1 - 3 blog posts of 400 words (25%) A2 – 3000 word essay (75%)
       
Trimester 3 (4 months) Credits Assessment pattern
Dissertation (focused on LSCM) 60 A 1 Dissertation 12000 words (90%) A 2 Viva 15 minute viva (10%)

Mode of Learning

Mode of Learning

The MBA in Logistics and Supply Chain Management Programme is awarded by Queen Margaret University and delivered by ISDC. The programme will be delivered through ISDC Learning Management System (LMS) with dedicated support from Edvoro. Edvoro is the strategic partner to attract high quality learners and value added services. Edvoro works in partnership with ISDC to promote this programme.

  • Duration 12 Months
  • Credits 180
  • Intake Regular
  • Study Mode Online / Blended
  • Course Materials: Well Structured
  • All Inclusive Cost Yes
  • Tutor Desk Yes
  • Support Desk Yes
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