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Bachelor of Commerce (Supply Chain Management)

  • Qualification

    Bachelors

  • Duration

    3 years full-time

  • Credits

    360

  • Location

    Lincoln University Campus

Supply chains and their management are a fundamental component of any production, distribution and manufacturing concern. This degree is enhanced by Lincoln University’s admired reputation in primary industries, so it will sow the seeds for a rewarding career with plenty of opportunities.

This is a unique degree with application and relevance over a very wide range of organisations and contexts. Nourish your talent and optimise your versatility by growing a practical working knowledge of logistics, supply chain management plus the management skills and systemic understanding to manage complicated global supply chains. Lincoln University is the only university to have a Memorandum of Understanding with Kuehne + Nagel, the world’s third largest logistics and supply chain company.

How you’ll grow

  • Develop a comprehensive understanding of how a fully co-ordinated product-to-market system works.
  • Be able to adapt and apply your knowledge to any industry, from foods and raw materials to engineering and technology products.
  • Lincoln graduates with this major can expect to field offers of employment.
  • Perhaps even including a role with Kuehne + Nagel in either their New York or Washington DC office.

Career opportunities

This degree opens you to roles in local, national, international and multi-national businesses as well as government organisations and major non-profits. Potential roles include Supply Chain Analyst, Procurement Officer, Inventory Controller, Operations Manager, Trade Analyst, International Freight and Logistics Manager, Defence and Humanitarian Logistics Operator.

I chose a BCom because I’ve always been interested in business management.  The practical courses with real life lessons have been the most enjoyable.

Andrew Bishop

Bachelor of Commerce

Programme information

Programme Structure

  • Compulsory courses
  • Elective courses
  • Choose between an elective or the list below

This degree structure is indicative only.  A course advisor will help you to select your electives and plan your degree. You can check out our courses to see what electives might interest you.

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Programme contacts

Mark Wilson

Associate Professor Mark Wilson

Associate Professor

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