MBA - Logistics & Supply Chain Management

MBA Logistics & Supply Chain Management

Course Duration : 2 Years full time
Eligibility : Any 3 years Degree ( minimum 50% marks is compulsory)

Logistic & Supply Chain Management program is ideal for students who wish to pursue their career in any area of Logistic. It extensively covers all aspects pertinent to Logistic & Supply Chain Management and grooms the students to perfection on this field.
Logistics & Supply Chain Management is that part of Supply Chain Management which Plans, Implements and Controls. The program consists of a major stream and an elective stream selected from accounting, marketing, business management and business information systems or operations management. The BBA program has been developed to prepare students to meet the requirements of organizations in the Logistics & Supply Chain Management sector so as to have a fundamental knowledge of the business operations as well as an understanding of the practical application of the concepts in the chosen areas of Logistics & Supply Chain Management domain.

Why Logistics & Supply Chain Management?

Most people begin down a career path in this field by starting in an entry-level position and working their way up to jobs with more responsibilities and a higher salary. Manufacturing is by far the largest industry employing logisticians, with over 40% of logisticians working in some field of manufacturing. There are many different job titles in the logistics industry.


Candidates will have the opportunity to seek jobs in Industries like:

  • Analyst
  • Consultant
  • Customer Service Manager
  • International Logistic Manager
  • Logistics Engineer
  • Logistics Services Salesperson
  • Logistics Software Manager
  • Materials Manager
  • Production Manager
  • Purchasing Manager
  • Supply Chain Manager
  • Systems Support Manager
  • Transportation Manager
  • Vendor Managed Inventory Coordinator
  • Warehouse Operations Manager

Job Prospects in Logistics Management

With globalization making even the furthest reaches of the globe more and more connected, now is a great time to be looking into the field of logistics. According to the BLS, employment in the field is expected to grow 22% between 2012 and 2022. In May 2012, the median wage for logisticians was $72,780. Jobs in the field of logistics and supply chain management include logistics manager, integrated programs director, supply chain director, inventory manager, supply chain planning manager, and other specified careers.
Most companies prefer logistic managers have at least a bachelor’s degree, in either fields of business, industrial engineering, or supply chain management. Likewise, one can show their dedication in the field by acquiring certification from the American Society of Transportation and Logistics, or the International Society of Logistics. Additionally, having both a degree and work experience will help in finding a job. As many jobs in the field are related to the government and military, having a military background can be beneficial as well.


What degree options are available in logistics?

Having a relevant education is critical for anyone interested in a logistics career. Logistics degree programs cover subjects such as management, managerial decision-making, distribution and logistics and supply chain management. Given the broad scope of the field, some programs are referred to as an operations management degree or logistics and supply chain management degree. Some schools offer a degree in transportation and logistics.
It’s important to find the right program for your career goals. Below you’ll find a list of accredited schools that offer a number of quality degree options.
Karnataka college of management and science conducting BBA /B.com logistics supply chain management course in association with IACT global accredited by APMG.

MBA certification provided by Bangalore University.
Logistics and supply chain management certification provided by IACT


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