This course provides a thorough knowledge and understanding of procurement and e-procurement, warehousing and stores management, transportation and shipping, inventory planning and contract management within an overall supply chain context.
This course is accredited by the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS) and full membership is available to graduates of this course.
The aim of this course is to provide a comprehensive and systematic understanding of the current knowledge of procurement, logistics and supply chain management. Students shall gain a critical awareness of problems and new insights, informed by the most up to date academic research and case studies.
Students will be encouraged to be original in the evolution of alternative solutions and concepts which can be integrated with professional/vocational practice. Students shall gain a practical understanding of how established research techniques are used to create and interpret purchasing and logistics knowledge and a conceptual understanding in order that you can critically evaluate current research and methodologies, develop critiques and sometimes propose new alternative hypotheses and best practice applications.
Procurement and Logistics Management endeavors to produce graduates with the skills and knowledge required for efficient acquisition and disposal of organization resources. The development of the program is premised on:
The Bachelor of Procurement and Logistics Management program incorporates the practical, theoretical and technical aspects of organizational studies. It entails the study of organizational behavior, operations management, information systems, operations management, marketing and corporate strategy as well as specialized procurement courses. The program is designed to respond directly to the needs of candidates who intend to follow career in procurement and Logistics management.
Duration 3 years Tuition 630,000/= Function Fee 560,000/=
|First Class||4.49 – 5.00|
|Second Class (Upper Division)||3.60 – 4.48|
|Second Class (lower Division)||2.80 – 3.59|
|Pass||2.00 – 2.79|
|Fail||Less than 2.0|