Master Degree - Supply Chain Management



The philosophy of the Master of Science Program in Supply Chain Management is to recognize the increasing pace of change and prepare students for a world beyond our imagining, beyond precise predictions, beyond precise definition. We have to prepare students for exponential change, without knowing exactly what such change will be. Some can be emerging, such as the increasing speed and complexity of change, the rise of the East and the dominance of China and India, market and economic volatility, increased cost and scarcity of raw materials and energy, goods and logistics and inflation generally, increased use of technology by customers, changing nature of society and demography, awareness and action on sustainability, and concern about product safety. These changes in the next ten years will be greater than in the whole of the previous fifty years.

There will also be new business models, with more hybrid forms, often due to increasing collaboration between firms who need to share crucial information with their partners across the supply chain. All these changes demand increased skills and knowledge in the workforce, and especially in its professional elites who will have the responsibility of facing these challenges head-on and mapping ways through them to success.

Therefore, the Master of Science Program in Supply Chain Management aims to equip students with generic skills, basic transferable adaptable skills which can be relevant to many situations and contexts. These include the skills of understanding changes and happenings through mental skills of assimilation of facts and trends, identification and analysis of components, assembling a cognitive mind map of the terrain, and deciding action, control, and leadership. Agility and flexibility are essential. These mental generic skills will evolve from a case-study methodology and interactions with leading-edge practitioners in a variety of businesses, brand-names and SMEs. As important is the integrity and moral standards of our students. For a sustainable, fair, and human future, graduates of sincerity, honesty, and goodwill are needed.

Supply Chain Management

The rise of the East and the dominance of China and India, market and economic volatility, increased cost and scarcity of raw materials and energy, goods and logistics and inflation generally, increased use of technology by customers, changing nature of society and demography, awareness and action on sustainability, and concern about product safety.


Part Time Program

Thesis & None Thesis Option

2 Years


Degree Name

M.S. (Supply Chain Management)

Faculty

Martin de Tours School of Management and Economics

Department

Supply Chain Management


 

First Semester:
June - October

Second Semester:
November - February


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MSc. in Supply Chain Management

Assumption University offers Master’s program in Supply Chain Management.

MSc SCM Admission 2020 (as of 14 June 2020)
Semester 2/2020 (Nov. 2020 – Feb. 2021)

Application period: Now – July 17, 2020
Interview Date: July 18, 2020
Interview Result: July 23, 2020
Registration Date: July 29-31, 2020
Foundation Course Begins: August 8, 2020
Semester Begins: October 31, 2020

For more information, please contact MSc.Supply Chain Management Program, Martin de Tours School of Management and Economics, Hua Mak campus, D.bldg., 6th floor, Tel. 02-3004543-62 Ext. 1155.


Email: scm_abac@au.edu, piyawanptt@msme.au.edu

Website: http://www.scm.au.edu

Hear the Voice

From Alumni

  • General Manager,

    Solvay Asia Pacific

    The graduate program in Supply Chain Management broadens my knowledge to another area of business which is very crucial and beneficial for all companies. Apart from the knowledgeable faculty, the program incorporates digital technology/software with case studies to enhance students' learning. Not only that I am able to learn and share ideas with talented students with diverse backgrounds, but also, I make an invaluable connection with them.

    Ms. Nathkrita Amatyakul

Import - Export Project Division Manager,

Central Group

Assumption University of Thailand has helped me gain the knowledge I need which is applicable and favorable to my current job as a division manager. Moreover, it has encouraged me to improve systematic thinking, strategic planning, and sound/right decision making and to boost my self-confidence. All the skills and knowledge I have gained from this university are great contributory factors to my success at a young age.


Ms. Katesarin Keekat

Import - General Manager,

Sumisho Global Logistics (Thailand) Co., Ltd.

I am working for the logistics service provider company (LSP). The classes have provided me the knowledge of the relationship between SCM and logistics. Why and how are logistics activities generated? What are the users’ perspectives on LSP? You can find the answers to these questions through the theoretical classes and practical experiences afforded by the course to its students.


Mr. Yuichi Tadotoro

M.Sc. SCM student Batch 18,

I choose M.Sc. (SCM) at Assumption University because I want to learn more about Supply Chain Management. As Supply Chain grows globally, I can follow my dreams to build a business career in SCM. Also, I find Assumption University an excellent school of managem ent which helps increase skills and knowledge.


Mr. Ognjen Stambuk