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Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Logistics Management (Top Up)

This programme aims to prepare students for employment in a wide range of global supply chain related roles and more advanced study. It will develop knowledge and skills that will meet the needs of students and employers in global supply chain management in general and logistics in particular. By the end of the programme, students will be able to analyze and evaluate the impact that effective global supply chain management has on organizations specifically through the use of e-commerce; understand and apply key theories and knowledge to the management of global supply chain management such as: quality management, financial management and operations management; use qualitative and quantitative approaches to solve strategic and operational problems faced by organizations within a particular global supply chain.

Programme Objective

Develop knowledge and skills that will meet the needs of students and employers in global supply chain management in general and logistics in particular

Meet the requirements of the appropriate subject benchmark statement

achieve a balance between a vocational approach and broader intellectual development

Develop students' transferable skills and their awareness of the dynamic environment in which logistics and supply chain processes take place

Prepare students for employment in a wide range of global supply chain related roles and more advanced study

Provide the basis for and to encourage students to reflect on learning processes and operate as independent learners

Progression Pathway
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Logistics Management (Top Up)
Mode & Duration
Full-time: 12 months
Part-time: 12 months
Intakes
Nil
Average Teacher-Student Ratio
1:15
Assessment
Each module is assessed by academic work comprising written assignments, case study reports, essays, examination as determined by the subject profile. The assessment criterion varies from module to module and level to level. The typical assessment consists of a 40% coursework component and a 60% close book examination.
Modules
  • 1. Operations Planning and Control
    • This module aims to equip students with detailed knowledge of a range of planning and control methods/tools, applicability of these tools and conditions under which a tool can be applied to generate valid solutions to assist operations planning and control activities. It helps students to gain the ability to interpret and present solution in a management context.
  • 2. Management of Quality in Organisations
    • This module facilitates understanding of the evolution of the quality movement so particular quality concepts can be put into context. It also provides an opportunity for students to analyse how the quality function is established and how it functions within organisations. At the end of the module, students will be able to review the barriers and pitfalls of operating quality management system and suggest effective solutions.
  • 3. Supply Chain Management
    • This module aims to develop your knowledge with an informed approach to managing the Supply Chain and its key aspects through recognising and appreciating the value of supply chain management, the associated models and their applicability. By the end of the module, students will be able to explain the development of supply chain management and its phases; recognise essential aspects of supply chain management; identify apply supply chain models and their characteristics ;apply supply chain enabling tools; appreciate the role of information technology in managing supply chains and e-procurement within supply chain management.
  • 4. E-Business Management
    • This module aims to examine the impact of e-business models on a variety of industry sectors and markets. It provides students the knowledge and ability to create, maintain and evolve an e-business strategy. Students will investigate e-business concepts, issues and practices; explore the impact of e-business models on individual organisations.
  • 5. Creating Effective Information Systems
    • This modules aims to develop an understanding of alternative modes of IS/IT service delivery within organisations and appraise the role and responsibilities of key stakeholders in ensuring that information systems are created and deployed effectively. It enables students to critique and apply a range of systems development methodologies and frameworks designed to ensure that information systems deliver added value throughout their life cycle. At the end of the module, students will be able to apply a range of consultancy skills and business analysis skills to case study designed to simulate complex organisational factors; and develop professional capability in the critical reflection of your role as a user or provider of business systems.
  • 6. Financial Information for Business Decisions
    • Financial Information for Business Decisions teaches non specialists to analyse an audited Annual Report and Accounts from a UK FTSE 350 company. Fundamental Analysis and numerical modelling techniques are introduced to help students connect the reported gures in a set of accounts to the underlying business factors. Creative accounting is explored from a case study perspective. The module locates audited financial information in a larger societal context, including reference to Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility. Ultimately the module aims to teach students skills that are transferable into the workplace – to help students confidently interact with financial information in their future careers.
 

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