BSc in Supply Chain Management

Advance Your Supply Chain Management Career

Designed around the concept of change as a major influencing factor in today’s supply chain activities, this 1-year, part-time programme provides learners and supporting organisations with the advanced understanding and best-practice frameworks and techniques needed to effectively manage supply chain operations.

Course Details

Award:

University of Limerick, BSc in Supply Chain Management

Qualification:

NFQ Level 8 Major Award - Honours Bachelor Degree

Delivery:

Blended: Workshops & Online

Duration:

2 Semesters + Project

Attendence:

1 day, every 3 weeks + webinars

Start Date:

September 2018

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For professionals who:

  • ­Currently hold or aspire to middle-level managerial roles in supply chain or inventory operations
  • ­Seek to enhance their understanding of supply chain activities and management, and acquire new and best-practice methods for efficient supply chain operations
  • ­Hold a level-7 Diploma qualification in Supply Chain Management or an equivalent qualification

Participants learn to:

  • ­Identify the fundamental theories, concepts and methods that inform supply chain management within various organisational settings and a variety of disciplines
  • ­Demonstrate detailed knowledge and understanding of specialised areas pertaining to different supply chain functions
  • ­Display specialised technical, analytical and creative skills that are fundamental to problem-solving and decision-making
  • ­Apply expanded knowledge and best-practice techniques in a variety of enterprise settings
  • ­Appreciate and respond to the critical issues of globalisation, the internationalisation of business and corporate responsibility as they relate to supply chain operations

How it works

  • ­Designed as a continuous professional development programme, the BSc in Supply Chain management builds on learning in the certificate and diploma courses.
  • ­The BSc programme consists of seven taught modules and one project module (eight in total).
  • ­The in-company project is key to the course, offering learners the chance to demonstrate successful integration of course concepts in the workplace.
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Graduate Testimonials

I am forever grateful for the support, assistance, direction & encouragement which helped me accomplish this milestone.

Ray Burke,

Integration Ambassador, Global Post Warranty Support (PWS) Operations, Dell.

The final year project yielded a valuable tool for my company, providing them with payback for their investment made.

Peter O'Flanagan,

Director CM/EMS, Supply Chain, Extreme Networks