Bachelor of Commerce in Supply Chain Management
Designed to cater for the rapid pace of business and the continued integration of world economies that are relevant to the economic context of the business environment.
WHY study towards a Bachelor of Commerce in Supply Chain Management Degree?
It has become necessary to understand the field of supply chain management as it touches on major issues such as the rapid growth of multinational corporations and strategic partnerships; global expansion and sourcing; the impact of fluctuating oil prices and environmental concerns whereby each of these issues dramatically affect corporate strategy and the bottom line. Because of these emerging trends, supply chain management is the most critical business discipline in the world today.
What CAREER PATH's can I choose after completing this QUALIFICATION?
Procurement and Contracts Officer
Supply Chain Analyst
Product and Service Development Specialist
Transportation and Distribution Manager
Business Communication 101
Business Statistics 102
Business Management 1
Business Information Systems 202
Commercial Law 201
Business Management 2
Supply Chain Management 2
Logistics Management 2
Ethics and Corporate Governance
Supply Chain Management 3
Logistics Management 3
Gather process and record relevant information and compile basic financial statements.
Display knowledge of basic economic problems in different economic systems..
Develop a fundamental knowledge base of psychological processes in the work context that contribute to the improvement of interpersonal work relationships and organizational effectiveness.
Solve basic problems relating to the general principles of the law of contract.
Demonstrate an understanding of the individual functional areas of business management.
Provide knowledge, applied competence and skills related to supply chain management principles.
Demonstrate knowledge of the field of purchasing management.
A national senior certificate with minimum Bachelor’s Degree admission or relevant NQF4 qualification or equivalent; ‘A’ or ‘O’ level certificates.
Applicants who do not meet the minimum requirements for admission to the respective undergraduate programme, but have appropriate work experience, may apply for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) as a form of alternative admission to the programme. Admissions via the RPL route are based on the candidate’s prior studies, age, work and management experience. All admissions are subject to the approval of the RBS Selection Committee.