MBA in Supply Chain Management

UTS Pune

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Typology Master
Methodology Online
Location Delhi
Duration 2 Years
  • Master
  • Online
  • Delhi
  • Duration:
    2 Years

Supply chain management (SCM) means the management of the flow of materials, information, services and funds across the entire supply chain from suppliers to component producers and from producers to the customer, who is the ultimate receiver of the service or product. SCM does not merely handle the pre-sale or logistics activities but also helps in post-sale service activities. It has become an interesting as well as an inevitable phenomenon in the business world since it has proven that for better coordination, it is a must.
Suitable for: After successful completion of this course, one can be absorbed into public and private supply chain management companies as well as manufacturing, service, and retail industries, etc. SCM professionals can foray into the following. Merchandising firms. Manufacturing Industries: Industrial and consumer products. Transportation Industries: Freight and Passenger Handling. Logistics Firms: Warehousing, Clearing & Forwarding agents


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4B/1First Floor, Tilak Nagar, 110018, Delhi, India
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Starts On request
4B/1First Floor, Tilak Nagar, 110018, Delhi, India
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Frequent Asked Questions

· Requirements

Graduates in any discipline

Course programme

Semester 1

Financial Accounting Management
Business Communication
Managerial Economics (Micro)
Managerial Practices & Organizational Behavior (MP&OB)
Human Resource Management (HRM)

Semester 2

Managerial Economics (Macro)
Financial Management
Marketing Management
Management Information Systems (MIS)
Operations Management
Operations Research
Project Management

Semester 3

Research Methodology
Legal Aspects of Business
Supply Chain Management
Legal Aspect of Supply Chain Management
Enterprise Resource and Planning
Risk Management

Semester 4

Strategic Management and Business Policy
International Business Management
Customer Value and Supply Chain Management
Distribution Network Design in a Supply Chain
Aggregate Planning and Product Variety Management
Information Technology and Decision-Support Systems for SCM

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