Master's Degree education

Master’s Degree Programme in Digital Supply Chain Management, Part-Time Studies

2022

Classification

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Year of study 1 2
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SHARED MASTER COMPETENCE 15 - 30                        
MANAGEMENT
(Select according to specific criteria: 0-5 cr)
                       
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
(Select according to specific criteria: 5-10 cr)
                       
Research-based Development 5
5
   
5
     
0
       
500500050000
EXPERT CORE COMPETENCE 50                        
DIGITAL SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
(All compulsory)
                       
Leadership Dynamics 5
5
   
5
     
0
       
Managerial Accounting 5
5
 
5
     
0
         
Digitalisation in Business Operations 5
5
 
5
     
0
         
Driven by Digitalisation 5
5
   
5
     
0
       
MASTER'S THESIS
(All compulsory)
                       
Master's Thesis, Planning 7  
7
   
7
       
0
   
Master's Thesis, Research Writing 3  
3
   
3
       
0
   
Master's Thesis, Implementation 10  
10
   
10
       
0
   
Master's Thesis, Reporting 10  
10
     
10
       
10
10
203010102010101002055
COMPLEMENTARY COMPETENCE 5                        
ELECTIVE STUDIES
(Select 0-5 cr)
                       
Purchasing Management 5
5
 
2
3
   
0
0
       
CAMPUSONLINE
(Select according to specific criteria: 0-5 cr)
                       
EDUFUTURA
(Select according to specific criteria: 0-5 cr)
                       
Learning And Competence Development (For Master's Student) 2022-2023
(Select according to specific criteria: 0-17 cr)
0 - 17                        
Studies in Educational Sciences
(Select according to specific criteria: 0-12 cr)
                       
Developing Pedagogical Skills and Competences
(Select according to specific criteria: 0-5 cr)
                       
502300230000
ECTS credits per period / semester / academic year 303012182010121802055

Studies of syllabus is planned so 60 credits are studied in academic year. Planned syllabus may change during studies.

Due to the timing of optional and elective courses, credit accumulation per semester / academic year may vary.