Postgraduate Diploma Program

This is a postgraduate diploma program suitable for career and academic progressions. Learners with this certificate will only need a project work or 2 modules to complete a master degree program from top universities globally.

Senior Managers or executives without formal degree can use this program as a step ahead into a master degree program. It is a credit bearing program, not just an executive education program, 120 academic credits is achieved after successful completion of the program.

QUALIFICATION OBJECTIVES

The objective of the OTHM Level 7 Diploma in Logistics and Supply Chain Management qualification is to broaden learners’ understanding of logistics and supply chain management and is designed for those who wish to prepare for a first professional role and future career in the field. It is also suitable for logistics and supply chain professionals in the early stages of their career looking to enhance their knowledge and skills and move to the next level professionally.

Successful completion of this qualification will equip learners with the specialist knowledge and skills needed to further their career as a logistics and supply chain professional as well as the opportunity to embark on further study towards a relevant Master’s program with advanced standing.

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Qualification Title 

OTHM Level 7 Diploma in Logistics and Supply Chain Management 


Qualification Reference Number 

603/5865/8 


Regulation Start Date 

14/05/2020 


Operational Start Date 

18/05/2020 


Duration 

1 Year 


Total Credit Value 

120 Credits 


Total Qualification Time (TQT) 

1200 Hours 


Guided Learning Hours (GLH) 

600 Hours 


Sector Subject Area (SSA) 

4.3 Transportation operations and maintenance 


Overall Grading Type 

Pass / Fail 


Assessment Methods 

Coursework 


Language of Assessment 

English 

EQUIVALENCES

The OTHM Level 7 diplomas on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) are at the same level as master’s degrees. However, they are shorter (120 credits), and learners will have to proceed to the dissertation stage (60 credits) with university to achieve a full master’s program.