The Supply Chain Management programme offered by Dublin Institute Of Technology achieves this through broad-based vocational postgraduate education, providing a thorough understanding of the key elements of logistics, technology, operational management and business. The overall learning outcomes of the programme are to:
- Provide participants with a detailed knowledge of the theory and practice of Supply Chain Management;
- Develop graduate-level staff from all functions to initiate and manage multi-discipline teamwork aimed at radical improvements in supply chain capability;
- Prepare graduates of all disciplines for upward job mobility; and
- Provide personal development opportunities for staff in parallel with their meeting job requirements.
Supply chain management (SCM) and logistics are critical success factors as Ireland attempts to build an export-driven economic recovery. Despite the continuing economic challenges, there continues to be strong demand in the market place for suitably qualified SCM professionals.
Armed with the Masters qualification graduates of this programme will make a significantly enhanced contribution to their organisations. In addition, the Executive Masters programme recognises that graduate progression to senior management can be accelerated by a broad-based vocational postgraduate programme which develops a thorough understanding of all facets of Supply Chain Management.
Supply chain management (SCM) and logistics are critical success factors as Ireland attempts to build an export-driven economic recovery. Despite the continuing economic challenges, there continues to be strong demand in the market place for suitably qualified SCM professionals. NITL's full-time and executive postgraduate programme provide an ideal opportunity for graduates from a wide variety of disciplines to acquire the necessary skills, knowledge and competencies to build a career in this exciting and rapidly developing field. Supply chain managers play a critical role in all main sectors in the economy including life sciences, electronics and IT, food and drink, third-party logistics (3PL) and retail, as well as in many parts of the public sector. NITL's programmes provide a solid grounding in all aspects of SCM based on the principles of world class practice and relevant to the evolving needs of business in Ireland.
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- Introduction to Supply Chain Management
- Inventory Management
- Partnerships in SCM
- Purchasing Management
- Transport and Distribution Management
- Understanding Customer Service
- Warehouse Management
- IT in the Supply Chain
- Management of Information Systems
- Project Planning, Management and Control
- Quantitative Modelling
- Simuation of Supply Chains
- Analysing Organisations
- Change Management and Organisation Development
- Human Resource Management in the Supply Chain
- Managing People
- 36 months
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DisciplinesSupply Chain Management & Logistics View 10 other Masters in Supply Chain Management & Logistics in Ireland
Participants are Bachelor Degree holders in any discipline (2.2 grade or higher) or equivalent.
International850 EUR/moduleTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 850 EUR per module during 36 months.
EU/EEA850 EUR/moduleTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 850 EUR per module during 36 months.
- €850 per 5 credit Module
- €3550 per Dissertation Module
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