Business & Management Course

Master of Business Administration (Supply Chain Management) - Awarded by the University of Sunderlan...

Course Type: Master Degree | Study Mode: Part-Time
Keywords: MBA | Part-Time | Supply Chain Management | Business Administration
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Course Detail

The Master of Business Administration (Supply Chain Management) provides for the postgraduate study of business activity. This programme is to:
- Provide opportunities for students to develop their management knowledge, competence and problem solving ability, in a manner that will significantly enhance their capability to function as managers at a senior level, within a wide range of commercial and not-for-profit organisations and functions.
- Provide knowledge of international management and of different cultures; an awareness and understanding of issues that affect organisational effectiveness in different parts of the world and an international perspective on issues of strategic significance.
- Develop managers who can improve organisational performance and bring about change within their organisations.

Methods of Assessment
Students' knowledge and understanding of each module are assessed through assignments.
Students who successfully complete the programme will be awarded the Master of Business Administration (Supply Chain Management) degree by the University of Sunderland. This degree is identical to that awarded to on-campus students. Graduates are then allowed to use the title MBA after their names.
Entry Requirements

Applicants must be of age 19 years and above have one of the following academic qualifications:
- A second lower class Bachelor's degree in any discipline and professional work experiences of minimum 6 months
- Professional qualifications (such as diplomas from local poly, or professional diplomas from local PEI awarded by ACCA or any chartered institutions, as well as degrees without honours) coupled with the number of years of relevant working experience required.
Note: All applications are subject to University approval.

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