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Supply Chain Management - Diploma (Online)

Course Details

Duration: 15 Months

Award: Diploma

Qualification: NFQ Level 8 Minor Award

Faculty: Science and Engineering

Course Type: Taught Professional/Flexible

Fees: For Information on Fees, see section below.

Contact(s):

Name:
ulearning
Address:
University of Limerick
Email:
ulearning@ul.ie
Tel:
061 213360

Brief Description

The programme was developed in conjunction with industry partners to upskill current personnel who have shown the aptitude and track record of competence in supply chain operations to aspire to a degree level qualification.

The one year distance education diploma will provide education and practical application of the SCOR™ Framework concepts, enabling participating companies gain competitive advantage through the application of the principles to drive improvement with measureable results. A company-based project will form a key element of the programme, ensuring the integration of the various concepts in the participants' workplace. It will provide participants with the practical the tools and tecniques needed to understand Supply Chain Management within their own organisation. 

Semester 01: Autumn (September to December) :

PT3001- Introduction to Supply Chain Management 6ECTS

PT3011- Plan within Supply Chains 6ECTS

PT3021- Make within Supply Chains 6ECTS

PT3031 - Teamwork Change & Cultural Diversity 6ECTS

 

Semester 02: Spring (January to June)

PT3041 - Sigma Improvement Methodologies 6ECTS

PT3051 - Source within Supply Chains 6ECTS

PT3061 - Deliver & Return within Supply Chain 6ECTS

 

Semester 03: Autumn (September to December)

PT3071 - Information Systems & Decision Support 6ECTS

PT3081 - Integrating Development to Production 6ECTS

PT3091 - Supply Chain Project 6ECTS

A diploma/degree in any discipline from a third-level institution.
or
A NCEA National Diploma from a third-level institution 
or
Equivalent qualification and a minimum of 3 years working within a service/manufacturing/supply chain environment.

Candidates who do not meet the minimum entry criteria may be interviewed by the Programme Board to ascertain their suitability for the programme.

Successful completion of the UL Assessment of Experiential & Professional Skills module may be required by the Course Board upon reviewing a candidate´s application. The recognition of prior learning and prior experiential learning as per university policy will be applied to this course.

Programme fees are €4536, payable over three semesters (€1512 x 3).