Master in Supply Chain Management & Logistics.
Formato: Full Time
Modalidad: On campus
Duración / Créditos: 12 months / 70 ECTS
In a globalized, and increasingly competitive economy, in order to survive in the market, companies have to make continuous improvements in levels of efficiency, productivity, quality and flexibility, while maintaining and improving the level of service to customers. One of the most critical areas in companies that can help us to achieve these goals is the Operations Department and, in particular, the End-to-End Supply Chain Management area (from suppliers to customers ).
In this environment, which requires maximum cost efficiency and flexibility to unforeseen changes in demand, professional management of the supply chain becomes a vital competitive tool for companies to provide differential value to their customers, and to be profitable.
The Master in Supply Chain Management & Logistics provides an overview of the supply chain with a multidisciplinary approach, and an optimal combination of content design, planning, implementation and management.
EAE's Master in Supply Chain Management enables participants to successfully hold positions in the Operations area, equipping them with the professional versatility needed to operate effectively in the areas of Purchasing, Planning, Production, Logistics and Distribution. The program is designed to enhance your career to a maximum level of development.
At the end of the Master, students have the option of a two-week residential program at the Hogeschool in Amsterdam (The Netherlands).
The program equips professional to design, implement and maintain a strategic perspective of Operations Management and, in particular, Logistics and Supply Chain Management.
The current global and competitive economic contexts require greater efficiency, speed and productivity from companies and organizations. The Logistics and Supply Chain Departments supervise the flow of information and goods from the supplier right through to the end customer. As such, they play a decisive role in attaining a higher degree of efficiency and immediacy in the provision of a service or making a product competitive on the market.
In their operation departments, companies need multi-skilled professionals with a command of the most advanced management techniques, who are able to take full advantage of technological information systems and also know how to detect new business niches and even open up new markets, if necessary.
EAE’s Master in Supply Chain Management will equip you to take up positions of responsibility successfully in the operations of a company, giving you the multi-skilled professional profile required to operate with certainty in the field of purchasing, planning, production, logistics and distribution. The program is designed to enhance your professional career to the maximum. It also prepares you to pass the examination for SCPro 1 certification of the CSCMP. At the end of the program, you have the option to take part in a two-week residential program at the Hogeschool van Amsterdam in the Netherlands.
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
Giving participants a solid training in management of the supply chain, as well as gaining insight into the latest trends and developments in business management.
LEADERSHIP IN OPERATIONS AND LOGISTICS
Heading an operations and logistics department aligned with the latest developments in distribution, consumer and supplier networks, as well as the new ways of managing our network and cannel relations.
KEY FACTORS IN E-LOGISTICS
Gaining a firm grasp of the key factors in new business models based on e-commerce and understanding how their impact on traditional systems of logistics management.
Applying the latest developments in information technologies to Supply Chain Management in order to generate greater added value.
EXECUTIVE SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
Incentivizing the development and improvement of personal and executive skills, with the aim of enhancing efficiency in terms of decision-making, aw ell as enhancing the capacity to detect, analyse and resolve problems.
TOTAL CRÉDITOS: 70
Module 1 - Strategic Business Management and Supply Chain Support Functions.
- Strategic Business Management and Marketing and Sales Management - 6 ECTS
- Supply Chain planning: support functions and financial management - 3 ECTS
Module 2 - Supply Chain Strategies, Design and Trends.
- Supply Chain planning strategies by industry - 3 ECTS
- Simulation models for Supply Chain planning - 3 ECTS
- Trends and benchmarking in Supply Chain: e-commerce in Supply Chain planning - 3 ECTS
- Sustainable logistics and Operations Management simulation - 3 ECTS
Module 3 - Global Supply Chain Planning and Triple Axis SCM.
- Global Supply Chain planning - 3 ECTS
- Technologies in Supply Chain Management - 3 ECTS
- Supply Chain basis: concepts, planning and design - 3 ECTS
- Executive development and People Management - 3 ECTS
Module 4 - Execution of the Supply Chain: Priority Functions in Supplier Relations.
- Challenges in purchasing and Harvard negotiation techniques - 3 ECTS
- Production Management - 3 ECTS
Module 5 - Execution of the Supply Chain: Priority Functions in Customer Relations.
- Logistics and Storage Management. Order Fulfilment & CRM - 3 ECTS
- Management of transportation, distribution and shipping - 3 ECTS
Module 6 - Minor.
- Minor- 10 ECTS
Module 7 - Internship.
- Internship- 6 ECTS
Module 8 - Thesis.
- Master´s Thesis- 6 ECTS
After years of educational quality, we have earned the recognition of the most highly-respected national and international rankings, such as Bloomberg, QS, América Economía, CNN Expansión and Eduniversal, among others.
EAE is a member of prestigious national and international organizations, including AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), EFMD (European Foundation for Management Development), CLADEA (Latin American Council of Administration Schools), EBEN (European Business Ethics Network) and EMBAC (Executive MBA Council). Moreover, our programs are certified by leading institutions such as the PMI (Project Management Institute) and the CSCMP (Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals), as well as the Ministry of Education, ANECA and AQU.