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Published by mpotts, 2018-12-17 06:43:31

BSc Logistics (Industry)

Learn more about our Logistic Management course.

Keywords: University of Lincoln

BSc (Hons) Logistics Management

The BSc (Hons) in Logistics Management Elective 2 Logistic Function Specific
is a Work Based Distance Learning (WBDL) Choose one from:
degree which aims to bridge the gap • Managing the Food Supply Chain
between learning at work and learning at • Managing Distribution Logistics
university. • Managing Humanitarian Logistics
• Managing Transport Logistics
The programme takes into account the
high levels of skills and learning that are Overview
demonstrated every day in the work place and
provides a degree framework to support and • Study whenever and wherever is most
accredit their experience and learning. convenient for you. Fit the course around your
family and work commitments.
The BSc (Hons) Logistics Management degree
is open to all suitably qualified employees. • Recognised professionally and academically
Underpinned by extensive research and • One-to-one tutor advice and expert guidance
development, this degree programme provides
formal accreditation of approved prior learning throughout the programme
and experience against the first two years • Final year of a three-year honours degree
of a full degree. This means that students
undertake a final year of study comprising of designed to be typically completed within 18
four core modules and two optional modules, months.
graduating with a BSc (Hons) in Logistics
Management. Programme Features

Modules • Tailored course – These programmes have
been specifically designed with work based and
Core Modules distance learning students in mind, with many of
1. Critical Enquiry Skills the teaching staff having come from industry
2. Integrating Leadership and Management
Experience • Minimal disruption – Distance learning is
3. Strategic Supply Chain Management conducted almost entirely off campus with no
4. Elective 1 requirement to visit the University
5. Elective 2
6. Independent Research Project • Tangible benefits – Student work has been
utilised by employers to realise measurable
Elective 1 Logistic Role Specific operational improvements, budgetary savings,
Choose between Management of Operations or and to drive improvements in policy and strategy
Managing Projects
• Staff development – The Work Based
Distance Learning programmes are designed
to equip students with skills, understanding and
knowledge, which can be applied directly to the
work environment.

Employees HowYou Are Assessed

As prospective students will already be employed, benefits The assessments are designed to address the learning
of the degree may include: outcomes of all individual modules, utilising a range of
assessment methods including essays, portfolios, reflective
• Academic recognition for learning you have already logs and reports. There are opportunities for formative
achieved feedback to aid learning and prepare students for submission of
assessments on an on-going basis throughout the programme.
• Individual learning programmes focussed on job
relevant learning Course duration

• Direct access to specialist expertise to support work Typically, students take 18 months to complete their studies.
based projects and extend the scope of your activities However, flexibility is a key feature, so students may formally
interrupt their studies for a period of up to two years to
• Immediate opportunities to apply theory in practice accommodate personal circumstances, work or operational
• Improved performance and the ability to respond to commitments.

change Accreditation

Organisations The programme is accredited as meeting the academic
requirements of Chartered Membership of the Chartered
Staff development also has recognised benefits for Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) UK, subject to final
organisations, which may include: degree classification. The programme is also dual accredited
by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) this means
• Improved performance and competitive edge students will automatically receive a second professional
• Increased motivation, confidence and creativity of the qualification and Chartered Manager status (CMgr) upon
successful completion of their programme.
workforce
• Immediate benefits from availability of expertise and

advice on work based projects
• Customised programmes to suit your organisation

BSc (Hons) Critical Enquiry Integrating Strategic Elective x2 Independent
Logistics Skills Leadership and Supply Chain Research
Management Management Project
Management
Experience

Elective Managing the Managing Managing Managing Managing Managing
Food Supply Distribution Humanitarian Transport Projects Operations
Logistics
Chain Logistics Logistics

For further information and to make
an application please contact:
Work Based Distance Learning Team
[email protected]
+44 (0) 1522 835514
www.lincoln.ac.uk/home/lbs/distancelearning/

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Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information contained in this leaflet at the time of going to print. For the most up-to-date programme information,
please visit our website at www.lincoln.ac.uk. If there is any inconsistency between the information in this leaflet and the information on our website, the information on our
website should be taken as correct. Please refer to our website for the latest information about the course you are applying for before making an application. Please visit www.
lincoln.ac.uk/terms for full terms and conditions.


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