Eligibility criteria & courses to enter into Supply Chain Management.
What is the educational eligibility criterion for entering this field of supply chain management/logistic management? Also, give a list of courses that I can choose from.
There are various educational institutions in India that are imparting courses in this particular field due to the rise of demand. Basically, these courses are in part-time mode, at diploma level, certificate, postgraduate degree and post graduate diploma levels. For entering any of the institutes for either of the above said levels, candidates must have passed 10+2 level examination and graduation with at least 50% marks in aggregate, from any recognised institution or a university. If a candidate wants to establish his/her career in Logistics then, a course in a subject related to Logistics would be of great help, such as CLP (Certified Logistics practitioner), Business logistics, supply chain management or transport management.
Interested individuals can also look into higher degrees opportunity such as an MBA in logistics, M.Sc. in supply chain management, transport management or logistics. While going on with the course, students are given good amount of on job training in the field of supply chain management, transport management, analysis data and other business related issues. There are various courses offered in this field, but some of the courses offered to enter the field are:
(i) M.Sc. Logistics and Supply chain management,
(ii) Degree in Business Logistics
(iii) Degree in Advanced Logistics Management
(iv) Logistics Network Design and Supply Chain Management
(v) Degree in transportation Career Management
(vi) Degree in transportation Economics
(vii) MBA in Logistics
(viii) Post-graduate diploma in Materials & Logistics Management.