BSc (Hons) Logistics Management | 100% Online Degree

This degree is an online work-based distance learning programme. 

100% Online Work-Based Distance Learning Programme

The BSc (Hons) Logistics Management programme has been designed to develop students' capacity to successfully manage people, operations and systems within a logistics environment.

This work-based distance learning programme is designed to provide those working within an appropriate environment, and commonly already holding professional qualifications, the management skills to effectively and efficiently manage their work areas. The degree draws upon specialised knowledge and skills students may have already developed during the course of their employment.

The course aims develop of a broad range of logistics management knowledge and skills such as leading people, budgeting, managing the organisation and managing systems. The programme offers elective modules to allow students to choose their own learning journey. Students can make choices concerning their role within the organisation and the particular logistics function they operate in.

The Lincoln International Business School subscribes to the Principles of Responsible Management Education (PRME), which establishes a set of principles to guide our educational endeavour to address global challenges and create a better future for society. These principles are embedded in our programmes through the notion of The Lincoln Responsible Management

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Why Lincoln?

Gain Chartered Manager Status and a Professional Diploma alongside your Degree.

Our programmes feature integrated Chartered Manager Status (CMI, usually £510-£815 separately) / Professional Diploma (CMI, Level 5 Management and Leadership, usually £1795-£2200 separately) inclusive of your degree qualification.

It is a highly prestigious status to be achieved in the managerial profession. The qualifications are reflective of current practice in leadership and demonstrates managerial competence and functional ability. Our degrees are accredited with not just the CMI but also with Chartered Membership. In addition Logistics and Human Resource Management are accredited with (CILT and CIPD).

Programme Overview

A Benchmark for Online Student Experience

This Online Logistics Management Bachelor’s degree from the University of Lincoln has been created for individuals who want to gain a recognised university qualification whilst remaining in employment. The programme has an applied focus and is designed to develop the skills that are deemed most valuable to employers.

Most importantly of all, it provides students with an expertly designed and interactive blended learning online experience. This bachelor’s programme can be globally studied anytime and anywhere on any device with internet access and is built in a digital learning environment that fosters collaboration, creativity and active learning.

Skills Taught On This Programme

  • Logistics acumen based on critical appreciation of theory and its application to practice within their organisations to effectively and efficiently manage their work areas
  • Critical enquiry, logical thought, creative imagination and independent judgement, as well as their applications to decision-making processes within management environments
  • Understanding principles of individual and corporate responsible management and leadership
  • Skills needed to successfully manage a variety of management decisions and situations – including strong communications skills

What You Will Study

This programme presents a framework within which students may engage in personal and professional development by integrating development of knowledge, skills and experience, whilst simultaneously contributing to organisational effectiveness. Modules include Critical Enquiry Skills, Integrating Leadership and Management Experience, Strategic Supply Chain Management, a choice of Managing Projects or Managing Operations, an elective module of your choice (Managing Distribution Logistics, Managing Humanitarian Logistics, Venture Creation, Coaching and Mentoring, managing Projects, Managing Operations, Health and Safety Management) and an Independent Research Project designed to equip students with the tools, techniques and knowledge to be able to work effectively in different contexts and engineering situations.

Students can engage with emerging management concerns such as evaluating operational system design or processes and policy and highlight any potential flaws/improvements, whilst refining their critical analysis and decision-making abilities. They will also have the opportunity to develop their knowledge and skills in key areas such as leadership and people management.

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