In Supply Chain Management, the focus is on strategic coordination of the flow of goods and services along the supply chain, both within and between companies. The aim is to optimize long-term efficiency and performance within individual companies as well as along the entire supply chain. Our distance learning Master’s degree programme in Supply Chain Management prepares graduates to take on the planning and managing of global value networks. Successful completion of our distance learning logistics courses, designed for students with a busy work schedule, will enable students to analyse, optimize, and further improve service and material flow processes.
All facts at a Glance
|Degree||Master of Science|
|Credit Points||120 CP|
|Duration of Study||4 semesters (2 years)|
|Start Date||Winter semester (1st October)|
|Study Type||Distance Learning|
Admission requirements for the distance learning Master’s degree programme (part-time) in Supply Chain Management:
To be admitted to the distance learning Master’s degree programme (part-time) in Supply Chain Management, applicants must possess a completed university degree (Bachelor’s degree or equivalent), preferably in Logistics, Business Engineering, Economics, Information Technology or a related discipline, with a minimum of 180 credits (ECTS).
Additionally, certification of proficiency in English (e. g. IELTS 6.5, a TOEFL score of at least 600 (pbT) / 80 (ibT), or other verification (for instance, via an interview) is required. This requirement is waived for students from countries where English is the official language of education.
Important information: Please verify the specific visa deadlines for your country for beginning studies in Germany. You will only be able to enrol at the university if you have a visa valid for study in Germany. Please contact the German embassy in your home country to obtain the specific deadlines.
|Tuition and Fees||420,00 € per month + one-time registration fee of 480€ (for non-EU-Students: 750€). Please note: Non EU-citizens will be asked to pay the full amount of tuition and fees in advance.|
|Accreditation||Our distance learning Master’s degree programme in Supply Chain Management is accredited by the Central Evaluation and Accreditation Agency (ZEvA) in Hannover, a foundation under public law.|
The distance learning Master of Science in Supply Chain Management is intended for students who hold a Bachelor’s degree in Logistics, Economics or another technical discipline. It is particularly attractive for working professionals looking to enhance their career prospects by earning a two-year Master’s degree on a part-time basis.
Logistics – the Key to Success!
During the distance learning Master’s degree programme in Supply Chain Management, students will learn to analyse existing business and IT processes, and to plan, control, and manage new ones. They will acquire important personal skills as well as the subject-specific expertise required for a process-oriented approach to global value creation chains. The entire programme is designed so that it can be completed while students continue their employment.
The M.Sc. in Supply Chain Management focuses on management, logistical processes, and logistical information systems in and for logistics-relevant industry sectors in manufacturing, retail, and the logistics service market.
Professional supply chain management helps companies to reduce costs, optimize results and efficiency, and increase customer satisfaction. As a result, there is a high demand in today’s labour market for supply chain managers. SRH University provides interdisciplinary expertise in the fields of strategic logistics management, supply chain operation, international management, process design and management, and big data, as well as support in helping students to enhance their personal skills. SAP is the primary enterprise resource planning (ERP) system with which we work.
Our distance learning Master’s degree programme in Supply Chain Management is built upon a holistic understanding of logistics management and expertise, and takes a practical, business-oriented approach. It is particularly well-suited for active professionals with technical and managerial responsibilities who are employed in the areas of purchasing, logistics, supply chain management, or production planning. The programme is specifically designed to be pursued while students are actively employed. Our distance learning degree programme provides graduates with a practical, application-oriented education that includes a strong scientific basis, preparing them for technical and managerial responsibilities in management positions in international manufacturing, retail, and logistics-related service providers.
The programme offers students applied, practical professional training at the level of a Master’s degree programme, building upon students’ existing knowledge and skills. The timely and up-to-date course content and the various specializations provide students with a top-notch education, and allow them to continue to grow on both a personal and a professional level. While continuing to work full- or part-time, students can advance their career prospects by earning an internationally recognised qualification in Supply Chain Management.
The distance learning degree programme gives students the opportunity to acquire scientifically based expertise on the overall design and management of local and global value creation chains, based on both company-internal and external logistical considerations.
A further objective of the distance learning Master’s degree programme in Supply Chain Management is to equip students with the know-how they need to conduct independent practical work in team leadership, personnel management, and operative and strategic supply chain management, as well as in participative or executive functions within IT implementation projects.
Perspectives in Logistics
Analysis of the labour market has shown that there is high demand for qualified supply chain managers in industrial, retail, consulting, and software enterprises, as well as by logistics service providers.
Competition is no longer limited to products or companies – today, the competition also includes entire supply chains and value networks. The key to remaining competitive, whether an individual company or an entire value creation system, is in the integration of the individual elements. This is where supply chain management plays a crucial role. Supply chain managers manage this integration by designing holistic, integral processes and embedding these in information systems. Beyond the strictly technical aspects, it is important that the human component also be taken into consideration and that an interpersonal approach also be incorporated into value systems. This concept is reflected in our curriculum.
Our distance learning degree programme builds on students’ existing knowledge and skills, while they continue to remain active professionally. The highly relevant and timely course content is designed allow students to enhance their professional and personal development and to strengthen their professional qualifications. The distance learning programme places particular emphasis on four main specializations:
- Business and Management
- Supply Chain Management (Global Logistics)
- Information Systems (especially ERP and SCM)
- Personal Competencies/Soft Skills
Students are then able to tailor their own individual profiles so that they include the professional qualifications companies and various industries require for a wide range of positions. The distance learning course allows students to gain scientifically based expertise that will equip them to take on the overall design and management of local and global supply chains – all while they continue their employment. As ongoing globalization creates a growing need for companies to increase their efficiency, supply chain management is more relevant than ever. Companies are always on the lookout for highly qualified professionals, able to identify and seize opportunities in value and supply chains, while minimizing the risks.
Application is fast and easy using our online application website
If you are linked to our German application website, please click on the button ‚English‘, which you can find on the right corner of your screen to switch to English.
Once you logged in, you can conveniently enter your data and upload certificates and other documents. Please note that the final enrolment is subject to the following condition: All the records and certificates have been received by the university and the tuition fees have been fully paid in advance.
There is no deadline for enrolment. You have the choice to apply whenever you want. But to guarantee a smooth process, we highly recommend to apply as soon as possible. Important information: Please verify the specific visa deadlines for your country for beginning studies in Germany. You will only be able to enrol at the university if you have a visa valid for study in Germany. Please contact the German embassy in your home country to obtain the specific deadlines.
For 10 years, SRH Hamm has been offering top-of-the-line distance learning courses from its location in Hamm, Germany. This degree programme in Supply Chain Management is recognised within Germany as one of the premiere graduate programmes for professionals looking to further their careers.
Courses include a combination of web lessons accessible via the internet with on-site courses designed in such a way that participants can continue to work full-time.
The on-site courses are held at one of our distance learning study centres. At present, there is one centre located in Hamm (Germany) and, due to growing demand from South Asia, a second study centre will be opening in Pune (Republic of India).
The same instructors will teach courses at the study centres in both Germany and India. Identical Master’s degrees will be conferred at each of the study centres.
Study Smarter – with the SRH Hamm Distance Learning Model
SRH Hamm provides distance learning that gives students a maximum of flexibility.
State-of-the-art technology and specially selected software help to support our educational approach.
Questions about our degree programme? Please contact us!