MBA Logistics and Supply Chain Management Course details.

MBA Logistics and Supply Chain Management Course

Our MBA Logistics and Supply Chain Management course is your gateway to the intricate world of efficient operations and global commerce. Tailored for future supply chain leaders, this program delves deep into procurement, distribution, and strategic logistics planning.

Immerse yourself in the complexities of managing the flow of goods, preparing for a dynamic career in a vital sector of global business. Embark on a journey of academic and professional growth in the realm of logistics and supply chain management.

Course Duration and Eligibility:

  • The duration of the MBA Logistics and Supply Chain Management course in India is typically 2 years, divided into 4 semesters.
  • Eligibility criteria for the MBA Supply Chain Management usually include a bachelor’s degree in any discipline from a recognized university, with a minimum aggregate score of 50%.
  • Some institutions may also require candidates to have relevant work experience in logistics or supply chain management.
  • Entrance exams such as CAT, MAT, XAT, or GMAT may be required for admission to the course.
  • It is recommended to check with individual universities or institutions for specific eligibility criteria and admission requirements.

Why choose this course:

  • Emphasis on integrating business management principles with specialized knowledge in logistics and supply chain operations.
  • Focus on developing analytical and problem-solving skills to address complex challenges in the global supply chain.
  • Exposure to cutting-edge technologies and emerging trends in the logistics and supply chain industry.
  • Opportunities for specialization in areas such as transportation, warehousing, distribution, and procurement.
  • MBA Supply Chain Management strong focus on developing practical skills through internships, case studies, and industry simulations.

Major Subjects and Syllabus:

Core Subjects:

The following list is the core subjects of MBA Logistics Management:

  • Management Concepts and Organizational Behavior
  • Basics of Logistics and Supply Chain Management
  • Managerial Economics
  • Operations & Green Supply Chain Management
  • Warehouse and Distribution Management
  • Inventory Management

The MBA Supply Chain Management also covers topics such as lean management, demand forecasting, and supplier relationship management. The syllabus for both programs includes lectures, case studies, problem-based learning, and group projects.

Skills Developed from this course:

  • Strategic thinking and planning skills: Gain expertise in developing and implementing effective supply chain strategies that align with overall business goals.
  • Communication and collaboration skills: Enhance the ability to communicate effectively with stakeholders across various functions and levels of an organization.
  • Technological proficiency: Gain knowledge of emerging technologies and their applications in supply chain management.
  • Global business acumen: Develop a deep understanding of the global supply chain landscape and the ability to manage supply chains across diverse cultures and regions.

Job sectors available:

  • Manufacturing
  • retail, e-commerce
  • Healthcare
  • Transportation

The retail and e-commerce industry offers positions in logistics and distribution management, fulfillment operations, and warehouse management. Candidates can also specialize in reverse logistics, handling returns and managing product recalls.

The transportation and logistics industry offers roles in freight management, logistics coordination, and supply chain consulting. MBA Logistics Management graduates can work for logistics companies, and shipping firms, or even start their own logistics ventures.


In summary, the MBA Logistics and Supply Chain Management course has been instrumental in equipping us with the knowledge and expertise required for navigating the complexities of global supply chains. We’ve analyzed logistics operations, optimized processes, and developed strategic solutions. 

MBA Logistics Management has not only elevated our logistical skills but also instilled a sense of adaptability and leadership. As we step into the professional world, we are well-prepared to drive efficiency and excellence in supply chain management, ready to meet the demands of a rapidly changing global marketplace. The future holds exciting opportunities, and we are poised to excel.

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