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Master’s Degree in Logistics and Supply Chain

Acquire the knowledge necessary to integrate innovation and continuous improvement into the supply chain processes, systems, and companies.

Description

In the Master’s degree program in Logistics and Supply Chain you will learn the most advanced innovation, planning, optimization, control, and continuous improvement methods for the processes, systems, and companies that make up the supply chain in order to increase productivity, maintain the continuity of operations and integrate high-efficiency logistic processes. 

Quick Facts
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courses to be taken in this master’s degree program.

Objective

The Master’s Degree in Logistics and Supply Chain offers you a curriculum focused on the innovation, design, planning, organization, optimization, control, and continuous improvement of the processes, systems, and companies that make up the supply chain. 

By the end of this master’s degree program, you will know how to increase productivity, promote the integration of the supply chain, maintain the continuity of operations, and integrate high-efficiency logistics processes. 

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Admission Profile

In order to pursue the Master’s in Logistics and Supply Chain program, you must:

  • Hold an undergraduate degree in the field of Engineering or a related discipline. 
  • Be analytical, innovative, and critical. 
  • Have a command of the English language. 
  • Have work experience. 
  • Be capable of identifying a problem or need in a given context. 
  • Demonstrate a capacity for analysis and synthesis to raise and solve problems. 

Graduate Profile

Upon completion of this master’s degree program, you will have acquired the following knowledge:

  • Development of applied research projects into the areas of data optimization, simulation, and data analytics as applied to the supply chain. 
  • Operation of quality improvement processes, product certification and accreditation. 
  • Implementation of load and warehouse distribution and physical management projects through specialized software. 
  • Design and management of domestic and international distribution networks and external transportation networks. 
  • Design, management, and improvement of warehouses and distribution centers by using advanced data analytics, process simulation, inventory control, tracking and positioning technologies and tools for cost optimization.  
  • Solving reverse logistics problems for recycling and reuse by implementing quantitative strategies involving models for facility location, the design of collection and recovery routes, disassembly, and inventory management processes with material return, committed to environmental responsibility and the sustainability of processes and companies.

Upon completion of this master’s degree program, you will have developed the following skills:

  • Use of technology as a tool in problem assessment and decision-making. 
  • Leadership.
  • Problem solving.
  • Ethical decision-making.
  • Negotiating.
  • Effective and professional communication. 

Upon completion of this master’s degree program, you will have developed the following attitudes:

  • Analytical thinking
  • Innovation
  • Creativity    
  • Teamwork
  • Social commitment
  • A humanistic vision

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Curriculum

Consult the courses that you will take in the Master’s in Logistics and Supply Chain program. 

The program has a duration of six four-month periods. 

Mandatory courses
Course Credits
Research methodologies 3
Data analytics 6
Supply chain management 6
Operations research 6
Systems modeling and simulation 6
Operations seminar 6
Logistics seminar 6
Operations management for decision-making 6
Management skills seminar 6
Research seminar 6
Innovation and change project 6

 

Elective courses

The student will choose two courses (12 credits) from the following list:

Course Credits
Innovation management and digital transformation 6
Intermodal logistics 6
Transport and inventory management 6
Smart Cities 6
Lean Six Sigma 6
Project management and evaluation 6

 

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