Logistics and Supply Chain Management specialization is solution-oriented and addresses strategic economic and process oriented technical problems in industry, administration and commerce. The program exercises the latest business oriented thinking and provides international expert knowledge on logistical engineering and technologies as well as application knowledge in process automation, material management and leading software solutions in ERP (enterprise resource planning), process simulation and e-Commerce. In common projects in local and international industry as well as logistical service provider theoretical knowledge is applied in realistic problem solving projects. The program is aimed at developing professionals in management functions like logistics, supply chain management, enterprise resource planning production planning, controlling, and procurement or material management in industrial, manufacturing and service enterprises.

Students selecting the domain based specialization in Logistics and Supply Chain Management are expected to have completed the 30 credit hours of foundation stage of the MBA program. Specialization stage consists of 42 credit hours of course work covering strategic and operational areas. These include courses in the area of Marketing Strategy, Strategic Finance, Strategic Management, Leadership, Technology/Operations, Entrepreneurship, Organizational Processes, Analytics of Decision Making, etc. During the specialization stage, students take 12 credit hours of strategy courses, 9 credit hours of operational level courses, and 12 credit hours of elective courses. The department of Supply Chain and Logistics Management has developed the strategy, operational and elective courses keeping in view the requirement of the industry. In addition students select two real life Capstone Projects (6 credit hours) in their area of specialization during their final year.

MBA track for specialization in Logistics and Supply Chain Management as well as the foundation stage is only available during the weekends. Candidates must select the specialization at the time of filing the application. The required and elective courses for the entire track are given below:

Courses are divided into
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Required Courses

 Area  Course Code/Title
Accounting ACC419 Financial Accounting
Communication COM402 Business Communication
Finance FIN408 Theory and Practice of Financial Management
Economics ECO409 Business Economics
Human Resource Management HRM410 Managing Human Capital
HRM606 Leadership, Ethics and Change*
Management MAN403 Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
MAN406 Production and Operations Management
MAN418 Management and Organizational Dynamics
MAN606 Business Analytics for Decision Making*
Marketing MKT402 Marketing Management
MKT404 Methods in Business Research
MKT610 Marketing Strategies and Value Innovation*
Law LAW409 Corporate and Business Law
Supply Chain and Logistics Management SCM400 Introduction to ERP Systems
SCM601 Quantitative Methods for Logistics & Supply Chain Management
SCM605 Supply Chain Management
SCM607 Strategic Supply Chain Management
SCM612 Risk Management in Supply Networks
SCM613 Innovation Management in Supply Chain and Logistics
SCM614 Corporate Consultancy Projects in Logistics
SCM615 Design of Business Processes - Workflow Management
SCM616 Logistical Projects in ERP- Case Study Development

*Indicates MBA level courses

Elective Courses

1 Elective

 Area  Course Code/Title
Management MAN501 Total Quality Management
MAN611 Project Management
Supply Chain and Logistics Management   SCM604 Packaging Design- Environment Aspects
SCM606 ERP System Design and Implementation
SCM608 Procurement and Inventory Management
SCM609 Storage and Warehouse Techniques
SCM610 Transportation Techniques and Management
SCM611 Sustainability & Env. Aspects in Managing Supply Chain

Course Structure

FOUNDATION STAGE
Semester One Semester Two Semester Three
Business Economics
Quantitative Methods for Logistics & SCM
Financial Accounting
Business Communication
Management and Organizational Dynamics
Supply Chain Management
Theory and Practice of Financial Management
Managing Human Capital
Corporate and Business Law
Marketing Management
Methods in Business Research
Introduction to ERP Systems
MBA STAGE
Semester Four Semester Five Semester Six
Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
Innovation Management in Supply Chain & Logistics
Production & Operations Management
Design of Business Processes - Workflow Management
Logistical Projects in ERP- Case Study Development (Capstone I)
Risk Management in Supply Networks
Leadership, Ethics and Change
Business Analytics for Decision Making
Strategic Supply Chain Management
Elective
Corporate Consultancy Project in Logistics (Capstone II)
Marketing Strategies and Value Innovation