Bachelor of Business (Hons) in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
R-DL/345/6/0136(MQA/A7121)05/22

Career Prospects

Graduates of this programme can expect to be qualified for a wide range of career choices in any business, government and non-profit organisations. This includes:

  • Manufacturing and Services Companies
  • Distribution and Retailing Corporations
  • Trading Companies
  • Courier Service Companies
  • Forwarding / Shipping / Airline Companies
  • Port Authorities
  • Transportation Agencies
  • International Sourcing / Procurement Centres
  • Third-Party Logistics / Warehousing Companies

To enrol, click here or visit your nearest Regional Centre or Support Centre and submit the following documents:

  • 2 passport photos
  • Photocopy of your IC, certificates and transcripts (bring along the original for validation).
  • A completed application form which is available at all Regional Centres, Support Centres and online at the website.

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Programme Outline

This programme is designed to address the increasing opportunities and challenges in logistics and supply chain management of rapidly changing global businesses. This degree will equip you with knowledge and expertise in procurement, strategic sourcing, freight transport management, inventory management, warehouse management, customs and forwarding. This will enable you to be highly adaptive in solving problems arising from the dynamic field of logistics and supply chain management.

Programme Learning Outcomes

  • Acquire knowledge in business-related fundamentals in the field of logistics and supply chain.
  • Demonstrate comprehensive expertise within an organisation in the field of logistics and supply chain.
  • Provide creative, innovative and effective solution to problems related to logistics and supply chain management.
  • Communicate effectively in written and spoken forms to other professionals and the community.
  • Function effectively as individuals or in teams for improvement in logistics and supply chain management.
  • Perform tasks professionally, ethically and with humane responsibility, in line with business code of conduct.
  • Recognise the need for and to engage in life-long learning and professional development in the logistics and supply chain management.
  • Be self motivated and able to apply entrepreneurship skills to serve the organisation.
  • Demonstrate effective leadership and responsibility to contribute towards the improvement of relationship among business partners.