The Master of Logistics and Supply Chain Management is designed to provide broad high level competencies that build on the learning outcomes of the Bachelor of Logistics Honours. This vocation-focused programme will equip students with critical managerial competencies required by the logistics and supply chain industry in Namibia.
The Master of Logistics and Supply Chain Management seeks to recruit suitably qualified students who are capable of benefitting from, contributing to, and successfully completing the programme. In order to be considered for admission to this programme, prospective students must:
• Hold a Bachelor Honours degree in Logistics, Supply Chain Management or a related cognate area of learning, or an equivalent qualification at NQF Level 8 from a recognised institution, which must include professional studies of the underlying subject matter in Logistics and Supply Chain Management and a component of supervised research.
• Have passed Business Mathematics or an equivalent course at undergraduate level. Students who have reached the required standard of competence in another manner will be required to demonstrate such competence through a process of rigorous assessment, i.e. Recognition of Prior Learning.
• Demonstrate competency in English communication in business at post graduate level, as demonstrated by the fact that the undergraduate degree was done in the medium of English. If the undergraduate degree was not done in the medium of English, then the candidate will be required to show competence in the medium of English through achieving at least Band 7 of the International English Language Testing System (IELTS), or an equivalent test.