DSCM - Diploma in Supply Chain Management


Program Objective


This program is for students who wish to gain qualification in the field of Supply Chain Management Processes and related software technologies.

The objective of this diploma program is to provide students who intend to assume opportunities in supply chain management, inventory management, warehouse management, manufacturing and service operations management with a solid business and technical education along with additional knowledge and abilities to succeed in a particular area of business.

This program will provide students with the ability to assist small and mid/large sized and larger companies operating in the global, dynamic and 21st century marketplace

COURSE OUTLINES

  • 1). Introduction to Business

  • 2). Principles of Management

  • 3). Marketing

  • 4). Business Grammar and Writing Skills

  • 5). Business Communications

  • 6). Logistics Technologies I

  • 7). Logistics Technologies II

  • 8). Introduction to Financial Accounting

  • 9). Managerial Economics

  • 10). Operations Management

  • 11). International Business

  • 12). International Logistics

  • 13). Business Process

  • 14). Transportation and Warehousing

  • 15). Demand Management

  • 16). Supply Chain Management (SCM)

  • 17). LEAN Manufacturing Process

  • 18). Six Sigma

  • 19). Case Study—SCOR

  • 20). Project SCM

  • 21). Final Presentation

  • 22). Placement Program

After successfully completing the diploma program, students may have employment opportunities as:

Employment opportunities for students


  • 1). Bed and breakfast operator

  • 2). Front desk manager - accommodation services

  • 3). Guest-house operator

  • 4). Hotel director

  • 5). Hotel admin staff

  • 6). Motel operator or

  • 7). Reservations manager

  • 8). Seasonal resort manager

  • 9). Ski resort manager

  • 10). Tourist home operator

Why MLC College?


  • International Student Program Designated Learning Institution

  • Registered Private Career College under PCC Act 2005

  • All our instructors are certified and/or have real world experience and/or have relevant university education and are well recognized and connected to the industry

  • Curriculum include realworld projects

  • Your tuition fees is income tax deductible

  • EI Recipients and unemployed may be qualified for HRSDC financial assistance

  • Courses may be repeated at no additional cost

  • Small classes to encourage individual attention and enhance learning experience

  • Paid or unpaid Coop available in all program to qualified graduates

  • Industry Driven Certifications

  • Continuous monthly enrolments to fit your schedule

  • Career Counselling, Resume Writing, and Placement Program available