MASTER IN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

Differential values

Our Master's Degree in Supply Chain Management stands out and differs from other programs due to the following elements:

Flexibility

Depending on their professional interests, the master's degree allows students to take up to 45% of their course as electives through a modular curriculum.

Participant based learning

Learning experiences designed to develop leadership, teamwork, communication and integration skills. Students will have the opportunity to make decisions and analyze their effects in supply chain simulations that are addressed in the PBL (Problem-Based Learning) course.

Topics

Beyond the classic concepts and tools discussed, the master's degree also addresses emerging issues for organizational development in Latin America and the Caribbean:

  • Digital Transformation of Supply Chains
  • Last-mile Distribution
  • Cool Logistics
  • Decarbonization of Supply Chains
  • Port Logistics
  • Maritime Economy
  • Supplier Relationship Management
  • Supply Chain Finance
  • Supply Chain Analytics
  • Service Supply Chain Design
  • Health Logistics

Multidisciplinary

Permanent interaction with the professors and students from the School of Management's graduate programs and the University as a whole.

Specialization

In the second year, students can elect courses in order to specialize in, for example, one of the following areas:

  • Strategic sourcing
  • Negotiation
  • Port and maritime logistics

International experience

Visits from international experts promoting and contrasting Supply Chain Management with perspectives from different contexts.

Our International Weeks offer students the opportunity to take electives abroad through courses tailored to our program, for example: Kühne Logistics University (Germany), while our Summer School hosts professors from top universities in Asia, Europe and the Americas who come to the School of Management to teach specialized courses in Supply Chain Management.