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Bachelor of Business in Supply Chain Management

About the Bachelor of Business in Supply Chain Management

The Level 7 Degree is a ONE YEAR, PART TIME, ADD ON programme run in conjunction with Institute of Technology Carlow.

Students MUST HAVE COMPLETED the two year CILT Diploma in order to gain entry onto the course.* 

Classes are based in Griffith College Dublin on Saturdays with one Online Module. 

Price:  €2,900          
Duration:    

1 year (part-time)  September 2019 to May 2020.


 *Graduates of new model CILT Diploma (from October 2015 onwards) and the old model CILT Diploma (2001 to 2015) can apply for the Level 7 BA Degree.

Apply for the Course

  • Complete the registration form and return this to CILT.    
  • All former CILT students must also complete an RPL form which demonstrates a student’s knowledge of the supply chain management environment. This RPL form must be returned to IT Carlow with your application form.
  • For more information on the BA please email to the Extended Campus Coordinator

Course Outline

  • Business Finance: Develops financial skills and knowledge expected of a business manager, in relation to operational, pricing, investment and financing decisions.
  • Operations Management: Introduces the elements of operations management and gives students an understanding of the role of the operations function within an organisation and the outward impact operations has on all aspects of the business.
  • Business Research Methods: Provides students with an understanding of the nature of the research process and what it entails, from the initial stages of finding a research question/hypothesis to the final product of the research project/thesis.
  • Purchasing and Supplier Management: Introduces students to the role of purchasing and the selection, appraisal, negotiation with and management of suppliers.
  • Inventory and Materials Management: Provides students with the ability to use inventory management tools across a wide range of industry sectors and a comprehensive understanding of materials management in the manufacturing industry.
  • Organisational Behaviour: Gives students an integrated overview of organisational management, specifically the manner in which individual, group and organisational variables interconnect. It aims to encourage a deeper level of awareness of the organisational factors and management processes influencing behaviour and performance of people at work. 

Benefits of the Degree

This QQI Level 7 course includes student membership of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport for the duration of the course. Students can then apply to join the Institute.

On completion of this course students will be able to:

  • Demonstrate in-depth knowledge of emerging theories, concepts and methods pertaining to the field of supply chain management in order to assist organisations to develop and sustain competitive advantage.
  • Demonstrate an extensive up-to-date knowledge and understanding of supply chain management in the context of a changing business environment.
  • Formulate and apply ideas to new contexts and effectively use quantitative concepts and methods to interpret and to critically evaluate data. This will enable the student to problem solve in different situations demanding quantitative literacy.
  • Demonstrate managerial ability through the analysis, interpretation and integration of data within various business settings and the application of  problem solving skills and creative thinking to a range of business issues.  

Examination Format

Examination of the Bachelor of Business in Supply Chain Management is carried out by IT Carlow. For information on examinations and marking systems contact the college.


Approved Degree Centres

Institute of Technology Carlow (IT Carlow).


Accreditation

The Bachelor of Business in Supply Chain Management is awarded by the Institute of Technology Carlow.


Frequently Asked Questions

  1. I already have a Business Degree and would like to do this Specialised Degree. Can I attend?

  2. Are there any Grants Available for the Level 7 Degree?

  3. Can I get a Student Visa to do the Level 7 Degree?

  4. Does the Level 7 Degree Qualify for Tax Relief?

  5. Is there a Graduation?