BSc in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (September 2020)

TU Dublin (TBC)
Key Programme Details
Award

BSc Logistics and Supply Chain Management

NFQ Level

Level 8 About NFQ

Delivery Method

Blended

Mode

Part Time

ECTS Credits

60

Department

School of Management

General Information
Contact

Declan Allen

Email

declan.allen@tudublin.ie

Phone

01 4023030

Address

Room 3-104
TU Dublin
Aungier Street
Dublin 2

Role

Assistant Head, School of Management

Important Dates
Application Deadline

31/08/2020

Start Date

28/09/2020

End Date

31/08/2021

About this Course

The programme design directly responds to industry requirements. This is supported by a T-shaped skills professional competency framework reflects the programme design. The vertical bar on the T represents the depth of logistics, supply chain and information skills and expertise, with the horizontal bar designed to provide the student with a capacity to collaborate across disciplines through an understanding of core business issues including a Strategic Management module. Themes relating to customer services, organisational change, and project management are reflected in this interdisciplinary mix. The programme design is further underpinned by achievement of the core TU Graduate Attributes and the graduation of students that are Engaged, Enterprising, Enquiring, Effective and Expert in their Discipline. Aims of the Programme This advanced-entry part-time honours degree programme offers an integrated view of Logistics and Supply Chain Management. It focuses on optimising the supply chain and practical problem-solving skills required for creative management practice and management research. Students will also gain an integrated and critical knowledge of business and will gain formative expertise in the roles of managing processes, conducting analysis and engaging in decision-making. The programme aims are as follows: (i) to provide the basis for a managerial career in any role where the impacts of strategic logistics, optimising the global supply chain are critical to commercial sustainability; (ii) to develop knowledge and understanding of the increasingly important areas of strategic logistics, optimising the supply chain to improve the decision making capabilities of tomorrow's industrial and commercial project leaders; and (iii) to enhance effectiveness in the use of resources for global supply chains. Underlying the objectives of the progamme are Brexit considerations including the effective management of international supply chains that require a unique combination of technical, management, and business abilities in order to effectively design, develop, manufacture and distribute their firms' products

Entry Requirements

The programme targets learners that have achieved Level 7 awards on the National Framework of Qualifications and are
eligible for progression to final stage Level 8 honours degree award. Learners with Level 6 awards and appropriate levels
of RPL will be eligible to access the programme as non-standard applicants.

Long Description

The programme design directly responds to industry requirements. This is supported by a T-shaped skills professional competency framework reflects the programme design. The vertical bar on the T represents the depth of logistics, supply chain and information skills and expertise, with the horizontal bar designed to provide the student with a capacity to collaborate across disciplines through an understanding of core business issues including a Strategic Management module. Themes relating to customer services, organisational change, and project management are reflected in this interdisciplinary mix. The programme design is further underpinned by achievement of the core TU Graduate Attributes and the graduation of students that are Engaged, Enterprising, Enquiring, Effective and Expert in their Discipline. Aims of the Programme This advanced-entry part-time honours degree programme offers an integrated view of Logistics and Supply Chain Management. It focuses on optimising the supply chain and practical problem-solving skills required for creative management practice and management research. Students will also gain an integrated and critical knowledge of business and will gain formative expertise in the roles of managing processes, conducting analysis and engaging in decision-making. The programme aims are as follows: (i) to provide the basis for a managerial career in any role where the impacts of strategic logistics, optimising the global supply chain are critical to commercial sustainability; (ii) to develop knowledge and understanding of the increasingly important areas of strategic logistics, optimising the supply chain to improve the decision making capabilities of tomorrow's industrial and commercial project leaders; and (iii) to enhance effectiveness in the use of resources for global supply chains. Underlying the objectives of the progamme are Brexit considerations including the effective management of international supply chains that require a unique combination of technical, management, and business abilities in order to effectively design, develop, manufacture and distribute their firms' products

Timetable Info

Monday:
Semester 1 - 6.00pm-8.00pm Strategic Management/ 8.00pm-10.00pm Project Management
Semester 2 - 6.00pm-8.00pm Strategic Management/ 8.00pm-10.00pm B2B Marketing or Organisational Change
Tuesday:
Semester 1 - 6.00pm-8.00pm Communication & Professional Studies/ 8.00pm-10.00pm Finance for Mgmt. Decision Making
Semester 2 - 6.00pm-8.00pm Customs and International Trade/ 8.00pm-10.00pm Operations Management
Wednesday:
Semester 1 - 6.00pm-8.00pm Strategic Logistics Management/ 8.00pm-10.00pm Organisation Behaviour
Semester 2 - 6.00pm-8.00pm Global SCM/ 8.00pm-10.00pm Business Process Modelling

Delivery Location

TU Dublin City Campus Aungier Street

Delivery Notes

Blended