Supply Chain Management & Logistics
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The Master in Supply Chain Operations Management prepares you for operations management in supply chain contexts. The interdisciplinary approach of this program offers unique opportunities to learn, practice, and gain appropriate knowledge and skills to manage integrated systems in directing, designing and developing sustainable operations for network-based delivery of products and services.
Throughout your education, you will gain extensive experience in problem-based learning where real-life issues are incorporated, requiring constant application of communication and presentation skills to perform in various decision-making constellations. Graduates will be highly skilled engineers, knowledgeable about supply chains and operations of the future with the ability to maneuver within a sustainable, complex, digitalised, global system as operations managers, industrial engineers, or supply chain managers.
A substantial part of the studies is done as projects addressing real industrial problems in different types of organizations. Several courses include field trips and guest speakers from the industry to further strengthen the link between education and practice.
The third semester offers the opportunity to follow an elective research track where the student combines an industrial placement with participation in a senior research project.
The second year provides a unique opportunity for the students to tailor their own specific competence profile by taking elective courses at our international campuses or partner universities. JU and the School of Engineering collaborates with several partner universities and offer a number of international campuses.
Graduates will be highly skilled engineers with extensive knowledge on supply chains and operations of the future markets, with the ability to maneuver within a sustainable, complex, digitalized, global system as operations managers, industrial engineers, or supply chain managers. Further, graduates will be equipped with academic know-how in conducting research, managing projects, and collaborating effectively in interdisciplinary settings. This shall create suitability to be employed by research institutes, universities and within research and development functions.