Supply chains are the backbone of global business. They are the link between suppliers, manufacturers, retailers, service providers and consumers. In today’s business world, it is not single companies that generate competitive advantage, but the global supply chains they are a part of. Supply chain management tears down the walls that separate operations, logistics, procurement, IT and strategic management – within and between companies.
The role of supply chain managers has become increasingly central: Current or former CEOs of leading companies like Apple, General Motors, Lego, Mærsk or Procter & Gamble and many service companies all have an operations and supply chain management background.
The Graduate Diploma (HD) in Supply Chain Management is divided into a first year of study consisting of compulsory courses and a second year of study during which students can specialise.
Many of the diploma courses apply Blended Learning which alters between teaching activities at CBS and interactive online activities. Especially in those programmes with much time between the attendance-based teaching activities, online elements will support your learning along the way.
Blended Learning is an initiative which incorporates digital teaching methods in the attendance-based teaching activities.