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Bachelor of Science in Supply Chain Management

Bachelor's Degree Programme
(Full-time)

Bachelor of Science in Supply Chain Management


Overview

The logistics and supply chain management sector is an essential service and a key pillar of Singapore's economy. The COVID-19 pandemic has shown just how vulnerable supply chains are. Industry 4.0 and digitalisation are impacting supply chains in a big way. The boom in e-commerce and online shopping (fuelled by the pandemic) has led to the demand for innovative logistics solutions. Increasing intra-Asian trade, due to rapid urbanisation and the rise of the affluent middle class in Asia, has led to the demand for logistics services in the region. There are opportunities for supply chain professionals to re-think, re-configure and re-imagine supply chains to deliver more accurate, responsive, safer and responsible solutions.

The Supply Chain Management programme provides foundational business knowledge and specialised skills in logistics and supply chain management to meet the needs of the industry. Partnering with the Singapore Logistics Association (SLA), the curriculum is designed with a blend of theory and industry practice and aligned with the Skills Framework for Logistics to equip students with problem-solving, decision-making, digital and innovation-thinking skills to manage the flow of goods and services through the supply chain.

You may pursue Supply Chain Management as a single major or in combination with a minor.

Admission Requirements

Refer to general admission criteria for full-time undergraduate programmes.

There will be additional admission criteria to better target students who are aligned to the educational philosophy of our full-time programmes. This will be done through interviews and selection tests.

Financial Assistance

There are also various types of financial aid available to students who need financial assistance. Please click here for more details.

Programme Structure

Students pursuing the full-time programmes are required to complete 200 credit units (cu), which include:

Graduates can look forward to promising careers in areas such as supply chain planning, logistics and transport, inventory and warehousing, port/airport management, trade and pricing, and procurement.

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