Cranfield Goes Global

September 2000
Logistics & Transport Focus;Sep2000, Vol. 2 Issue 7, p64
Trade Publication
This article reports that February 2001 sees the launch of the Global Masteral of Science (MSc) Degree in Logistics and Supply Chain Management by the Cranfield School of Management in Bedford, England. This qualification means working managers from all over the world have a new way of studying for an internationally recognized MSc, without giving up full-time employment. This international course combines online learning with virtual lectures, seminars and tutorials together with a series of one-week residential modules held at the school. The new degree is structured to meet the needs of logistics professionals who are constantly on the move and whose careers may take them away from base for long periods of time. The titles of the eight modules were presented in this article.


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