What does the MSc in Leadership in Supply Chain Management consist of?

The Institute for Supply Chain excellence was established with the purpose of providing educational opportunities to potential managers, managers and senior managers involved in supply chain in both the public and private sectors, through the provision of an educational programme leading to the award of Master of Science degree – Leadership in Supply Chain Management.

The programme of eight modules and a dissertation, is designed to be delivered on a part-time basis over a period of three years, encompassing 90 ECTS credits and placed at level 9 on the National Framework of Qualifications.

In part fulfilment of the MSc. Leadership in Supply Chain Management learners are required to complete a total of eight modules [four mandatory and four electives] and a Dissertation.

At the Induction Day for new learners, scheduled in advance of the commencement of their studies Learners will be informed of how to manage their time in relation to the Schedule of Modules.

The modules are run at six-week intervals, this is to facilitate learners comply with the requirement of submitting module assignments before commencing the next module.

It is not expected that learners will rigidly complete the required eight modules [4 mandatory and 4 electives] in the sequence presented in the schedule of modules or in the company of their starting cohort but they can select and attend those elective modules which they believe are appropriate to their educational needs and most beneficial to their career development.