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Master of Science (MSc) – Global Supply Chain Management

Structure

 
Thesis stream Supervised project stream
7 courses (21 credits) 12 courses (36 credits)
Research Workshop
Thesis (24 crédits)
 
Total: 45 credits
Supervised Project: Research proposal, essay or written critique, conducting a research project in a lab or on-site in a business (9 credits)

Total: 45 credits
Program length: 16-24 months (excluding preparatory phase)

Candidate from another domain
If you have not previously done management studies, you may be required to take certain preparatory courses (3 credits) or introductory courses (1 credit). You have one year to take these courses, preferably at the start of your MSc studies. For more information, see our video or contact our support center.

Compulsory Courses of the Specialization

9 credits

Methodology Courses

minimum 3 credits

Optional Specialization Courses

6 credits

Compulsory Course of the Program

3 credits

Compulsory Activities

24 credits

Preparatory Course

3 credits

3-525-15A
Logistics   

Compulsory Courses of the Specialization

9 credits

Methodology Courses

minimum 3 credits

Optional Specialization Courses

minimum 12 credits, maximum 21 credits

Elective Course

maximum 3 credits

Compulsory Course of the Program

3 credits

Compulsory Activity

9 credits

6-002-08

Preparatory Course

3 credits

3-525-15A
Logistics   

HEC Montréal : Compulsory Courses of the Specialization

9 credits

HEC  Montréal : Compulsory Methodology Courses

minimum 3 credits

HEC Montréal : Optional Courses of the Specialization

maximum 6 credits

HEC Montréal : Compulsory Course of the Program

3 credits

HEC Montréal : Compulsory Activity

9 credits

6-002-08

University of Melbourne : 8 courses

HEC Montréal : Preparatory Course

3 credits

3-525-15A
Logistics   

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Program details

Type
Master's
Credits  
45 credits
Schedule
  • Full time
Time
  • Day
Level
Master's

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