Bachelor of International Supply Chain Management (Honours)
With the economy still struggling to climb out of a recession, recent college graduates are facing bleak prospects in the job market: more than half of recent college graduates are either unemployed or underemployed and many more are facing a job market where employers are only hiring part-time or dropping benefits.
Fortunately, there are some outlier industries that are still growing and hunting for fresh, new talent to develop. As far as degrees go, engineering, accounting, and nursing remain old standbys, but colleges are also rising to meet the needs of an expanding market for graduates in supply chain management (SCM).
In today’s world, it is becoming more and more complex to get a product into a buyer’s hands with manufacturing, assembly, storage, and delivery happening in locations all over the world. To address those complex needs, supply chain management professionals are trained to innovate solutions and understand intricate supply chain to navigate an intricate network of warehouse and transport services across a broad variety of industries and products. The goal of supply chain management is to get a product to its end destination as cost-effectively and quickly as possible
· Manufacturing sector
· Logistics Industry
· Shipping companies
· Airlines companies
· Government agencies
· Forwarding agents
Holders of this Bachelor Degree can proceed directly into the Master program (Research, Coursework or Mixed Mode at any local or foreign universities.
Supply Chain Management
April and September