Supply Chain & Sustainability Management
University of Strathclyde
Supply chain management is widely accepted as a critical business competency. It encompasses procurement of materials, processing and distribution of products and services to customers. In many companies, 80% or more of their turnover is spent outside the organisation and this course helps you become effective in managing this.
The course is aimed particularly at who will work within supply chain management and is suitable for those with a background in support functions such as sales, maintenance, finance and marketing. It has been designed to cover the latest industrial environmental issues, for example:
- extended producer responsibility
- the philosophy of design, manufacturing, and engineering management for the circular economy
- This course is delivered in partnership by the Department of Design, Manufacturing & Engineering Management, and the Department of Management Science. This collaboration between engineering and business benefits from the combination of technical and organisational expertise. Find out more about the award winning Strathclyde Business School.
What you'll study
Drawing on the expertise of two leading academic departments, we offer courses which combine skills in leadership, production planning and strategic business management in the context of supply chains.
You'll gain an in-depth understanding of strategic, tactical and operational issues relating to the management of supply chains. You'll focus on the improvement of process performance from a sustainability perspective, taking into consideration new demands such as green operations and green supply chain management. To do this, you'll be equipped with concepts and methods to contribute towards the competitiveness of industrial and commercial organisations worldwide.
These courses allow you to advance your career within the broader area of supply chain management, for example:
- process management
- operations planning and control
- purchasing and procurement
- logistics and distribution
The course comprises compulsory modules and specialist modules as well as a Masters dissertation. The specialisation allows you to choose an area of interest, Operations Management, Logistics Management or Procurement Management. You'll choose your area at registration.
Specialism (compulsory) classes for the MSc Supply Chain and Sustainability Management are:
- Sustainable Product Design and Manufacturing
- Lean and Green Logistics
- Accreditation: Chartered Institution of Procurement & Supply
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- United Kingdom
Master of ScienceDuration
Medium (3-12 months)Language