Master Supply Chain Management (M.A.)
With your Master’s degree in Supply Chain Management, you will be pulling the strings of global trade.
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Your added value. For professional goals. Your Supply Chain Management studies.
Everything is in flux. And as efficiently as possible. These are the topics in your Master's degree in Supply Chain Management to take you and your knowledge to the next career level. As a prospective expert, you recognise the complexity of global trade along the entire value chain and can control and manage it accordingly. At the same time, you have the necessary expertise to optimise production processes and supply chains as far as possible in environmental and social terms - for a better global footprint.
Your career opportunities. More than promising.
As an expert in the field of Supply Chain Management, you will have access to excellent career options as a manager across all industries. For example, as...
LEAD LOGISTIC PROVIDER
As a lead logistics provider (LLP), you develop value-added, innovative supply chain concepts for the individual actors in a supply chain, based on a comprehensive analysis of customer requirements. You are also responsible for the planning, control and continuous improvement of projected LLP services.
SUPPLY CHAIN OPERATIONS MANAGER
SUPPLY CHAIN EXCELLENCE MANAGER
Choose how you want to study Supply Chain Management at IU
Flexible, versatile, practical: you can complete your Master's degree in Supply Chain Management 100% online as an IU distance learning programme and remain independent at all times. Early bird or night owl? No matter which learning type you are, your IU study programme is tailored to your individual needs. Thanks to the innovative learning app IU Learn and the online campus myCampus, you can study independently around the clock. In addition, you have a unique mix of digital tools, virtual live formats and an interactive online community at your disposal. So that you always stay on the move and can incorporate your Master's degree into your everyday life regardless of location.
Why you should study Supply Chain Management
With a Master's degree, you can not only expand, deepen and specialise your knowledge in a specific subject area. In the course of your IU studies, you will also be taught more in-depth content, methodologies and skills, which many employers regard as an additional professional qualification. In many professions, a Master's degree is a prerequisite for a career or an academic career. In addition to significantly more attractive career opportunities, possible experience abroad and valuable contacts in the business world, you can usually also expect a significantly better starting salary. This means that an internationally recognised Master's degree offers you a whole repertoire of advantages that you could be denied with a pure Bachelor's degree.
Your IU studies in Supply Chain Management
Your Master's degree in Supply Chain Management at IU International University of Applied Sciences will train you to become a qualified professional with specialised knowledge. This enables you to successfully plan, control and optimise cross-company value-added processes. And you will do so on both a business and a practical level. You approach topics such as Sustainability, Innovation and Competitiveness within the framework of global network relationships in a holistic manner and place them in the context of Digitalisation, Climate Protection and Security of Supply. You also deal with customer-oriented Customizing, Just-in-time deliveries, IT Security and Data Protection. You will also be taught the relevant Leadership, Methodological and Practical skills. So that you can take on managerial positions later on.
A look into the future: What you'll do after graduation
As a graduate with a Master's degree in Supply Chain Management, you can expect excellent career prospects as a manager across all industries. For example, as a Lead Logistic Provider you will develop value-added supply chain concepts and coordinate the continuous improvement of projected LLP services. In the role of Supply Chain Operations Manager you will be responsible for Planning, Controlling and Optimising cross-company value creation processes and systems. While as a Supply Chain Excellence Manager you are responsible for cross-company supply chain projects within international project teams.
The most important questions about studying Supply Chain Management
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