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MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION IN

LOGISTICS & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

“Position your Supply chain Career at the top of the industry”

MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION IN

LOGISTICS & SUPPLY CHAIN

MANAGEMENT

“Position your Supply chain Career at the top of the industry”

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

   
Specialized Master degree combines with Master of Business Administration, suitable for personnel in director or manager positions who want to strengthen their expertise and leadership careers.
Provide standardized knowledge of Logistics and Supply chain Management with Vietnam market-based approach, in-form of content design, planning, implementation and management.
Provide standardized knowledge of Logistics and Supply chain Management with Vietnam market-based approach, in-form of content design, planning, implementation and management.
Provide standardized knowledge of Logistics and Supply chain Management with Vietnam market-based approach, in-form of content design, planning, implementation and management.

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

Specialized Master degree combines with Master of Business Administration, suitable for personnel in director or manager positions who want to strengthen their expertise and leadership careers.
Provide standardized knowledge of Logistics and Supply chain Management with Vietnam market-based approach, in-form of content design, planning, implementation and management.
A path of 18 months of learning and researching offer a generous duration to conduct independent research in any aspect that you interest in Logistics and Supply chain Management.
Study Trip to Singapore, visit and get inspired by the latest innovations from local experts who have contributed to their organizations and Singapore Logistics sectors to achieve maximum efficiency.

TRAINING METHODOLOGY & ASSESSMENT

TRAINING METHODOLOGY & ASSESSMENT

TRAINING LANGUAGE

Lecture Language: 

   

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Learning Material Language:

TRAINING METHODOLOGY

Delivered by trainers who are top experts in their Supply Chain fields, all topics comprise a mix of:

• Real life Case-studies

• Tutorials

• In-class exercises

• Questionnaires

• Group discussions

ASSESSMENT

The assessment process is designed to help learners transfer learning back to the workplace and to bring practical benefits to the company. The Examination Board ensures that the course achieves global academic standards.

TRAINING LANGUAGE 

TRAINING METHODOLOGY 

ASSESSMENT 

Lecture Language: 

   

.

Learning Material Language:

Delivered by trainers who are top experts in their Supply Chain fields, all topics comprise a mix of:

• Real life Case-studies

• Tutorials

• In-class exercises

• Questionnaires

• Group discussions

The assessment process is designed to help learners transfer learning back to the workplace and to bring practical benefits to the company. The Examination Board ensures that the course achieves global academic standards.

PROGRAM CONTENTS

GENERAL KNOWLEDGE

 

Credits

Philosopy4
Research Methodology & Quantitative Methods in Economics3

FOUNDATION KNOWLEDGE

Credits

Supply Chain Fundamentals 3
Sales & Operation Planning 3
Supply Chain Management 4

MAJOR KNOWLEDGE 

 

Credits

Logistics Services Management3
Warehouse and Distribution Management3
Global Marketing Management3
Purchasing Management and Sourcing Strategy3
Quality Production Management3
International and Domestics Transport Management3
Financial Management in Supply Chain3
Contract Management in Supply Chain3
Information Management and Applications in Supply Chain3
Add-in Activities: Supply Chain Seminar Series (Networking Day)0

THESIS

 

Credits

Guidelines for developing outlines and thesis

2

Master thesis

11

Study Trip to Singapore

3

Add-in Activities: Supply Chain Seminar Series (Networking Day)

0

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

GENERAL KNOWLEDGE

▶ Philosophy

Research Methodology & Quantitative Methods in Economics

Principles of Supply Chain Management

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Describe the relationship between philosophical standpoints and methodological strategies:

• Understand the philosophical texts and positions accurately, to identify the philosophical research methods consistently; also apply the philosophical learning to important public issues and to articulate why philosophical understanding is valuable;

• Understand some main basic concepts of research and its methodologies, including qualitative, quantitative and mixed-analysis;

• Be able to identify appropriate research topics; select and define appropriate research problem and parameters; prepare a project proposal (to undertake a project); organize and conduct research (advanced project) in a more appropriate manner.

Understand the components and goals of supply chain and explain the impact of supply chain decisions on the success of a firm, including:

• Describe fundamental concepts of supply chain and supply chain management; and common supply chain management core capabilities;

• Distinguish functions, responsibilities and operating specifications of the concept of Logistics and Supply Chain, along with the relationship between Logistics and other important functions areas in an organization, including manufacturing, sales and marketing;

• Outlines the key objectives and elements of Supply Chain strategy for different business models and products; also discuss how to recognize and resolve when misalignments or gaps exist.

MAJOR KNOWLEDGE

Supply Chain Management

Sales and Operations Planning

Logistics Services Management

Warehouse & Distribution Management

Marketing Management in Supply Chain

Quality Production Management

Purchasing Management & Sourcing Strategy

International & Domestics

Transport Management

Financial Management in Supply Chain

Contract Management in Supply Chain

Information Management and Applications

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Define operational activities to archive effective and efficient supply chain management which leading to success factors for supply chain strategy, including:

• Discuss some of important factors which generate successful S&OP including the integration of demand and supply planning; finance and operations; volume mix plans; and S&OP on actual demand instead of scheduling

• Understand logistics service products, market, and principles of logistic management; also, method of developing the logistic strategies for a given service firm for fixing problems of intangible characteristics of logistic service and satisfying its customers

• Examine the role of the warehouse in today’s economy and its likely place within future supply chains.; and understand how a distribution network can be organized and managed effectively in a constantly changing business environment

• Understand the concept Production and different Manufacturing environment in supply chain; and discuss the important roles of transformation from S&OP results to difference phases of Manufacturing Planning and Production Activity Control (PAC).

• Discuss why integration is important and the role that supply management plays in internal and external integration through the process of procurement.

• Understand the role of different transportation modes in supply chain; also, the relation of international transportation of global supply chain and the value chain of product; and discuss the methods of plan routing and scheduling of deliveries in transportation networks.

• Examine how information technology can reduce friction in the supply chain operations, and appraise key application tools or their use in supply chain management.

Understand the importance roles of 3 complementary modules that connect directly to Supply Chain Management, including:

• Understand the role and trends of Marketing in the international environment as well as in Supply Chain; and the major shift from basic Marketing concept (1.0) to the current digital environment (4.0) and the new customer paths;

• Appreciate the essential of legal factor in global supply chain through understanding the components of business contracts, bidding and evaluating contractor / partner proficiency, gaining effective multilateral cooperation;

• Understand the importance of financial impacts on supply chain decisions as well as performance measurements; and identify the major drivers of supply chain performance in relation with financial measures.

THESIS

▶ Guideline for Thesis

▶ Developing and Outlines

▶ Master Thesis

▶ Singapore Trip

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

• In-depth understand the global standards in Logistics and Supply Chain Management in the relation with tailoring the concept for Vietnam specific industry;

• Understand about the view on the competency of domestic and international enterprise, as well as ethical and social responsibility.

PROGRAM CONTENTS

Philosophy

04 Credits

Research Methodology & Quantitative Methods in Economics

03 Credits

Supply Chain Fundamentals

03 Credits

Sales & Operations Planning (S&OP)

03 Credits

Supply Chain Management

04 Credits

Logistics Services Management

03 Credits

Warehouse & Distribution Management

03 Credits

GENERAL KNOWLEDGE 

FOUNDATION KNOWLEDGE

.

.

 

 

 

 

 Global

  Marketing 

 Management

02 Credits

Quality

Production

Management

03 Credits

.

MAJOR KNOWLEDGE 

 

.

.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Add-in Activities:

Supply Chain Seminar Series (Networking Day)

 

Information Management & Applications in Supply Chain

03 Credits

 

Contract Management in Supply Chain

03 Credits

 

Financial Management in Supply Chain

03 Credits

 

International & Domestics Transport

03 Credits

 

Purchasing Management & Sourcing Strategy

03 Credits

 

 

 

 

 

 

.

Guidelines for developing outlines & thesis

02 Credits

Master Thesis

11 Credits

Study Trip to

Singapore

03 Credits

Add-in Activities:

Supply Chain Seminar Series (Networking Day)

.

.

THESIS

.

.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

Describe the relationship between philosophical standpoints and methodological strategies:

• Understand the philosophical texts and positions accurately, to identify the philosophical research methods consistently; also apply the philosophical learning to important public issues and to articulate why philosophical understanding is valuable;

• Understand some main basic concepts of research and its methodologies, including qualitative, quantitative and mixed-analysis;

• Be able to identify appropriate research topics; select and define appropriate research problem and parameters; prepare a project proposal (to undertake a project); organize and conduct research (advanced project) in a more appropriate manner.

Understand the components and goals of supply chain and explain the impact of supply chain decisions on the success of a firm, including:

• Describe fundamental concepts of supply chain and supply chain management; and common supply chain management core capabilities;

• Distinguish functions, responsibilities and operating specifications of the concept of Logistics and Supply Chain, along with the relationship between Logistics and other important functions areas in an organization, including manufacturing, sales and marketing;

• Outlines the key objectives and elements of Supply Chain strategy for different business models and products; also discuss how to recognize and resolve when misalignments or gaps exist.

Define operational activities to archive effective and efficient supply chain management which leading to success factors for supply chain strategy, including:

• Discuss some of important factors which generate successful S&OP including the integration of demand and supply planning; finance and operations; volume mix plans; and S&OP on actual demand instead of scheduling

• Understand logistics service products, market, and principles of logistic management; also, method of developing the logistic strategies for a given service firm for fixing problems of intangible characteristics of logistic service and satisfying its customers

• Examine the role of the warehouse in today’s economy and its likely place within future supply chains.; and understand how a distribution network can be organized and managed effectively in a constantly changing business environment

• Understand the concept Production and different Manufacturing environment in supply chain; and discuss the important roles of transformation from S&OP results to difference phases of Manufacturing Planning and Production Activity Control (PAC).

• Discuss why integration is important and the role that supply management plays in internal and external integration through the process of procurement.

• Understand the role of different transportation modes in supply chain; also, the relation of international transportation of global supply chain and the value chain of product; and discuss the methods of plan routing and scheduling of deliveries in transportation networks.

• Examine how information technology can reduce friction in the supply chain operations, and appraise key application tools or their use in supply chain management.

Understand the importance roles of 3 complementary modules that connect directly to Supply Chain Management, including:

• Understand the role and trends of Marketing in the international environment as well as in Supply Chain; and the major shift from basic Marketing concept (1.0) to the current digital environment (4.0) and the new customer paths;

• Appreciate the essential of legal factor in global supply chain through understanding the components of business contracts, bidding and evaluating contractor / partner proficiency, gaining effective multilateral cooperation;

• Understand the importance of financial impacts on supply chain decisions as well as performance measurements; and identify the major drivers of supply chain performance in relation with financial measures.

• In-depth understand the global standards in Logistics and Supply Chain Management in the relation with tailoring the concept for Vietnam specific industry.

• Understand about the view on the competency of domestic and international enterprise, as well as ethical and social responsibility. 

SINGAPORE STUDY TRIP

BOARD OF ADVISORS & TRAINERS

BOARD OF ADVISORS & TRAINERS

GLOBAL ADVISORS

GLOBAL ADVISORS

INDUSTRY EXPERTS

INDUSTRY EXPERTS

TUITION INFORMATION

TUITION INFORMATION

MBA IN LOGISTICS AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT 

 TUITION FEE (USD)PRIOR TO
Semester 118003 weeks before Semester 1 starting date
Semester 218003 weeks before Semester 2 starting date
Semester 316003 weeks before Semester 3 starting date
Singapore Study Trip8003 weeks before Semester 3 starting date

* Upon completion of the Master of Business Administration in Logistics & Supply Chain Management program, learners will earn “Master of Business Administration in Logistics and Supply Chain Management” Degree issued by Hong Bang International University.

The Degree is issued in accordance with Decision No. / QD-HB dated 12 January 2018 of the Rector of Hong Bang International University.

COMMON QUESTIONS

COMMON QUESTIONS

Take a look in today’s job market: More and more people are enrolling in graduate degrees today. Just having an undergraduate qualification alone can sometimes fail to get you noticed alongside equally or more highly educated candidates. And this graduate degree is not simply as a way to postpone the end of student life.

A more advanced way to position yourself at a higher level is Master’s Degree. Master’s program will provide you an environment to conduct independent research in order to develop your thoughts and ideas regarding a field that deeply interests you; learn to network and sharpen your “people skills”; and become a prominent expert in your field.

There are 2 main types of master’s degrees: course-based (taught) and research-based. Course-based master’s degrees are based on structured course modules taught through lectures, seminars, laboratory work or distance learning, while research-based master’s degrees require the student to carry out their own research project(s) in a specialized field of study. Research master’s degrees normally take a little longer than taught master’s degrees to complete.

Credibility, confidence, a big-picture perspective, appreciation for other points of view: That’s what MBAs say when asked what the degree has done for them. An MBA is one of the most popular Master’s degree programs, with the highest demand in the world.

Every person searching for MBA when they need a more standardized, structured knowledge to improve their expertise and wish to work in the field of business management related to Supply chain Management.

Moreover, an MBA is about moving up. It will redefine you as a management professional capable of taking important decisions. With sound knowledge and highly practical application, learners can contribute to their business, improve the competitive and financial performance through Supply chain surplus.

An MBA degree means a large expenditure in terms of both time and money that guarantee a substantial return. Particularly, obtaining a Master’s Degree will:

▶ Increase learners earning potential and higher employment rates

▶ Gives you transferable skills and knowledge that will turbocharge your career

▶ Have superior business knowledge which will make you more confident when making business-related decisions.

▶ Make networking opportunities by building meaningful relationships with people who can help your career move forward.

▶ Help individuals grow on a personal level, includes becoming more confident and better at problem-solving.

Master of Business Administration in Logistics and Supply Chain Management is a combination of MBA and Specialized Master’s degree in Logistics and Supply chain Management. Learners can update their expertise with standardized industry knowledge, at the same time, learn how to improve their management and people skills to reach for higher positions in the talent pool.

Especially this program is research-centric, helps you conduct independent research in order to develop your thoughts and ideas regarding a field within Logistics and Supply chain that deeply interests you.

Learning materials are all approach the global standards with tailoring the concept for Vietnam specific industry; Gain a complete view on the competency of domestic & international enterprise, as well as ethical & social responsibility with top local and global experts who have spent years training, operating and managing top-notch organizations and corporations.

Directors and Head of Managers from multinational corporations: Singapore Jurong Port, Lazada Express, DKSH, Fresenius Kabi, Fonterra, Syngenta, GSK, DB Schenker, Perfetti van Melle, Intertek, Henkel, Beiersdorf, British American Tobacco, DHL Supply Chain, Unilever, FrieslandCampina, DB Schenker, British American Tobacco, YCH Group, DKSH, Damco, Abbott Nutrition, Deloitte, DHL, Kuehne + Nagel,…

Certified trainers and Master Instructors from international associations for SCM and leading providers of research, education and certified programs: APICS, IATA, FIATA, World Bank Group, ASEAN Federation of Forwarders Association, SLA, AFFA JTC, SIMM,…

Master of Business Administration in Logistics and Supply Chain Management is ideal for business professionals working in Supply chain management or related function from a variety of sectors such as Retailing, Manufacturing, Logistics…

To process your application we require:

▶ A printed version of your fully completed online application form.

▶ A detailed CV

▶ A cover letter

▶ Certified copies of

degrees & transcripts

▶ …

MOVING YOUR CAREER PROFESSIONALLY

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