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Introduction To Program
This programme’s content aligns with the framework of the Supply-Chain Council’s Supply Chain Operations Reference model (SCOR). While in the form of a template, this model places operations planning and control centrally in a way that prior implicit framings did not and so provides a basis for the strongly conceptual navigations that supply-chain managers face in their everyday lives. The programme combines strong human factor, cause-effect modelling, and process improvement orientations to leverage innovative opportunities. To specifically target those currently employed, or seeking employment, in a variety of technology rich industries, such as Pharmaceutical, Medical Devices, Biotechnology and Manufacturing, who require a degree qualification and are seeking the same for professional advancement

SPU program objective is to provide the academic tools necessary for managers, administrators, and executives to direct their organization with sound business judgment and leadership anchored in acquired knowledge.

Entry Requirement
The program is designed for those who have an associate degree or post school diploma or equivalent qualification in Supply Change Management Studies. Mature candidates who have substantial working experience of at least 2 years may also be eligible. The SPU requirement for the award of BBA is 120 credit hours. Students receive an advanced standing of 60 credit hours on entry to the program.

Program Outline
Brief outline of the program is as follows;

BSCL310

  Quality Management - CRM

BSCL320

  Introduction of Supply Chain Management

BSCL330

  Principles of Marketing

BSCL340

  Introduction to Models and Frameworks for SCM

BSCL350

  Plan Within Supply Chains

BSCL360

  Principles of Management

BSCL370

  Plan Within Supply Chains

BSCL380

  Supply Chain and Customer Relationship Management

BSCL390

  Information Systems & Decision Support

BSCL400

  Dissertation

BSCL410

  Strategic Management

BSCL420

  Source Within Supply Chains

BSCL430

  Deliver & Return within Supply Chains