Academic year: eight months
Internship / dissertation: four to six months
Structure: eight months of classes followed by four to six months in a company
The MSc covers the whole span of supply chain activities from planning, purchasing, receiving, production, storage to delivery through nine compulsory courses, and six elective courses and specific projects.
It is designed with a progressive shift from theory to practice.
Specific courses are structured around project-based learning, where students do projects in companies in order to deal with real-life supply chains and purchasing issues.
Courses by semester & credits
Supply Chain Analytics SC0 (MIT)
Supply Chain Fundamentals: Forecasting, Inventory and Transportation SC1 (MIT)
Supply Chain Dynamics: Systems, Processes, Global SCM and Risk SC3 (MIT)
Big Data in Supply Chains
Company and Supply Chain Strategy
Career management 1
Two elective courses
TOTAL, Semester 1: 30 credits
Supply Chain Design: Design, Finance and Sourcing SC2 (MIT)
Supply Chain Technology and Systems: IT, systems and data SC4 (MIT)
Leading Global Teams
Sustainability in Supply Chains
Global Supply Chains
Advanced Supply Chain Finance
Career Management 2
Three elective courses
TOTAL Semester 2: 30 credits
Dissertation, 30 credits
90 credits in total for the year
The details above are for information only and may be changed by the school without prior notice.