Bachelor of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Program DescriptionThe Bachelor of Science in logistics and supply chain program provides general business knowledge as well as specialized logistics and supply chain skills in the   manufacturing and service sectors. It is designed to prepare the graduate for a professional career and develop his or her knowledge and interest in contemporary issues to tackle complex challenges central to the logistics and supply chain management industry. It strives to meet the growing needs of the Qatari community for graduates that will fill the gap of highly skilled professionals and to create a vibrant academic environment that is committed to quality teaching and life-long learning.
Language of InstructionArabic
Total Number of Hours120 Credit Hours (2+2)
Program Learning Outcome
  1. Recognize the main components of logistics and supply chain management.
  2. Explain the complex theories related to logistics and supply chain management.
  3. Examine strategies relevant to operations management and their influence on domestic as well as international organizations.
  4. Explain the long-range effect of worldwide challenges on organizations.
  5. Recognize the main factors affecting distribution system design and explains the techniques that are used to optimize the number and location of warehouses and distribution centers.
  6. Analyze different costs related to logistics and supply chain including; inventory costs, transportation costs and facilities costs. 
  7. Evaluate and analyze contemporary issues and situations related to logistics and supply chain management systems.
  8. Analyze historical data as a basis to decision making.
  9. Utilize various technological tools, such as Transportation Management systems (TMSs) and Warehousing Management Systems (WMSs) to make supportable management decisions.
  10. Operate ethically and effectively in a logistics and supply chain environment.
  11. Analyze and evaluate a company's current business situation in Logistics and SCM, develop means to improve on cost and customer service by applying Management Science methods and to deliver respective suggestions to C-Level decision makers.
Employment Opportunities
  • Military
  • Health Sector
  • Rail
  • Ports
  • Airlines
  • Manufacturing and Service Sectors
  • Logistics Companies
  • Warehousing and Distribution
  • Public and Private Sectors
Admission Policy

New Students

Visit the New Student admission page, and follow the steps to complete the admission process.

CCQ Current Students

To be eligible to apply for the program, a student must satisfy the following requirement:

  • Complete the Associate Degree in Logistics and Supply Chain Management from CCQ or from an accredited higher education institution with GPA not less than 2.0
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