Master of Science in Business

Major in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Customise your Master of Science in Business degree by choosing a major in Logistics and Supply Chain Management.

What will you learn?

Digitalisation, globalisation, climate change, increasing cost pressure, and customer demands require companies to work with their partners to develop optimal supply chains. Logistics and supply chain management are among the competencies most needed in almost all industries, including manufacturing, retail, health, and consultancy. You will learn a mix of strategic, organisational and operational tools used in risk management, planning and scheduling, partnership development, and reverse logistics set-up.

Popular courses covered in this programme

Illustraion of transport and distribution
Illustraion of transport and distribution

Understand how distribution as an area impacts and contributes to sustainable development by incorporating principles of the circular economy.

Person holding an iPhone
Person holding an iPhone

Understand the role of PSM in organisations, and how it is paramount for companies' competitiveness. Get theoretical insight and high-level analysis, as well as training in practical tools and implications.

Illustration of Operations
Illustration of Operations

Learn various methods for optimising supply chains, and how they can be implemented in the real world.

Illustration of Data Analytics
Illustration of Data Analytics

Learn the most important techniques in business-related data analytics, through hands-on experience with programming, working with data, and using models to turn data into actionable knowledge.

Why choose this major?

Engaging learning experiences and quality teaching are something we strive to provide, to help you build a solid skill and competency base, making you relevant for the future of work. In the video below, you will get the perspectives of our students, faculty, and the industry to understand the reasons for choosing to major in Logistics and Supply Chain Management at BI.

Why choose a major in Logistics and Supply Chain Management?

Maria Brown Demand Planner Glaxo Smith Kline (GSK) Creates weather forecast for medical supplies

Programme Structure

The academic year at BI is divided into two semester, one in the autumn and one in spring. There are exams at the end of each semester. This programme structure provides an overview of which courses you will be taking and when you will be taking them.

Please be aware that the study plan and courses can be subject to change.

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