MBA in Logistics and Supply Chain Management


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Course Overview

The program provides a theoretical and practical exposition of the factors that are necessary for effective operations and supply management in today’s global and highly competitive markets. In addition, it demonstrates how successful operations performance can shape and influence the sales and profit ambition of a business. You will develop a profound understanding of the processes and techniques for developing operations strategy and managing operations and supply chain activities. Download Course Catalog.

Program Structure:

Course Code First Semester Courses Credit
MB 801 Production and Operations Management 5
MB 802 Oil and Gas 5
MB 803 Procurement and Sourcing 5
MB 804 Strategic Operations Management 5
MB 805 Business Analysis and Assessment 5
MB 806 Logistics and International Trade 5
TOTAL CREDITS 30
Course Code Second Semester Courses Credit
MB 811 Supply Chain Operations Management 5
MB 812 Total Quality Management 5
MB 813 Lea Thinking 5
MB 814 Operations Modeling and Simulation 5
MB 815 Project Management 5
MB 816 E-Commerce 5
TOTAL CREDITS 30
Course Code Third Semester Courses Credit
MB 821 Marketing Management 5
MB 822 International Business and Emerging Markets 5
MB 823 Performance Management 5
MB 824 Economics of Oil, Gas and Energy 5
MB 825 Managing Energy Sources 5
MB 826 Contracts and Procurement 5
TOTAL CREDITS 30
Course Code Fourth Semester Courses Credit
MB 831 Financial and Legal Aspects of International Trade 4
MB 832 Quantitative Techniques for Management 4
MB 833 Human Resource Management 4
MB 834 Business Environment 4
MB 835 Research Methods in Management 4
ENT 836 Entrepreneurship 5
MB 837 Master Thesis 5
TOTAL CREDITS 30

 

Career Opportunities

Workers in the logistics and supply chain management field make sure that goods and services get
into the hands of consumers. The logistics industry is an important driver of economic growth and
development. All types of businesses, big and small, need logistics managers to help with inventory
and accounts receivable. A small business may have one person in charge of these duties, while large
corporations have entire logistics and supply chain departments.

Most people begin down a career path in this field by starting in an entry-level position and working
their way up to jobs with more responsibilities and a higher salary. Manufacturing is by far the largest
industry employing logisticians, with over 40% of logisticians working in some field of manufacturing.

There are many different job titles in the logistics industry. Below are just a few:

  • Analyst
  • Consultant
  • Customer Service Manager
  • International Logistics Manager
  • Inventory Control Manager
  • Logistics Engineer
  • Logistics Manager
  • Logistics Services Salesperson
  • Logistics Software Manager
  • Materials Manager
  • Production Manager
  • Purchasing Manager
  • Supply Chain Manager
  • Systems Support Manager
  • Transportation Manager
  • Vendor Managed Inventory Coordinator
  • Warehouse Operations Manager

 

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