The executive Master theoretical program consists of 14 modules of 32 hours each, with learning happening both in the classroom and remotely to expend the practical and methodological knowledge of the participants.
These modules cover the latest developments in theory, tools and best practice in Global Supply Chain Management. The subjects are tackled concretely by case studies presented by business professionals and are developed from a methodological point of view by professors from universities involved in the program.
At the end of the theoretical part, a qualifying exam synthetizes the material taught during the 14 modules of theory.
Once the theoretical part is successfully accomplished, students must accomplish a practical project within a company.
This project should be completed successfully over a minimum of 20 weeks. It gives students additional work experience and is also a prerequisite for obtaining the Executive Master.
The project goal is to carry out a practical study or research demonstrating high scientific capabilities, engineering knowledge and managerial skills. The project is operational and strategically oriented.
The practical project is supervised by academic staff. It is completed within a company or at one of the research units of the organizing academic partners. The project is evaluated upon professional and academic value.
The salary of the practical project is paid and usually covers the registration fee.