MSc Management with Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Why choose Herts?
- Industry Connections: you’ll benefit from our industry connections with local organisations, including Ocado, Tesco, and Amazon. Many local business organisations are amongst the biggest in the country and contribute to our programmes as guest lecturers and attend careers fairs for our students
- Industry-Focused Content: you’ll explore business culture and learn many of the fundamentals of managing a business in areas such as digital marketing, accounting, people management, strategy, technology, logistics, and more
- Employment Prospects: many graduates go onto work as senior managers for governments, charities, and large international/multinational organisations including the NHS, PwC and Amazon
About the course
The MSc Management is designed to provide you with a multidisciplinary approach to management. Upon graduation, you’ll be equipped with the personal and professional skills needed to be competent and successful managers in modern businesses.
You’ll develop a strong foundation of understanding of the role of management and its implementation across different industries. From developing an understanding of the role of management in the wider international economy, to the responsibilities of management to society, sustainability, and the planet, you’ll explore management from a range of perspectives.
Business operations are becoming ever-more complex in today’s global economy. The acquisition, storage, movement and the transportation of goods both to the organisation and to customers, requires managers with strong leadership and supply chain management skills. This course will prepare you with the skills and knowledge to boost efficiency and drive business forward no matter what industry.
So, whether you’re a graduate looking for a broad management qualification, or a professional who is looking to progress into management through a formal qualification, the MSc Management will provide you with an exciting learning journey.
Why choose this course?
Throughout the course, you’ll benefit from access to a rich academic culture and be taught by staff from a range of management professionals and professors. They’ll be there to support you throughout your learning journey.
A large proportion of our academic staff began their training as professional accountants, lawyers, project managers, human resource managers and economists. Their experience from a range of business disciplines builds the foundations of the supportive, engaging and diverse environment within Hertfordshire Business School. Additionally, many of our academics are doctorally qualified and research active.
You’ll also benefit from external expertise. Many local organisations, including Tesco, Amazon and Ocado, contribute to our course as guest lecturers. You’ll also have the opportunity to make important industry connections at careers fairs.
What will I study?
You’ll cover the basics of a range of core managements skills and disciplines. The breadth of areas studied will give you highly transferable skills, relevant to most work environments, which will enable you to become an effective employee or a future entrepreneur.
You’ll benefit from an integrated teaching approach where theory is combined with practice across the modules. This is reflected in the assessment methods which include:
- case studies
- group work
- essays and written reports.
- regular quizzes
The course also places a great emphasis on the development of sound research practices and training to enable you to develop the essential skills needed to succeed in an increasingly global world and knowledge economy.
You’ll have the opportunity to undertake an Integrated Research Project with the support of a range of staff. You’ll be offered subject specialist help as you begin the process, enabling you to select an appropriate and viable research area. You’ll also be allocated an individual supervisor who will guide you through the process with a series of one-to-one and small group meetings – leading you forward to the end of the process.
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|Using Financial Data||30 Credits||Compulsory|
|Analytics for Operations and Logistics Management||30 Credits||Compulsory|
|Integrated Management with Logistics and Supply Chain Research Project||60 Credits||Compulsory|
Dr Mary Simpson
Further course information
|Course fact sheets|
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