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Diploma in Logistics and Supply Chain Management


Single Subject Diploma in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Teaching hour 2 hrs. per week
Duration 5 months teaching
Program fee 450,000 mmk per program

Learning Objectives

  • Identify and explain logistics definitions and concepts that are relevant to managing the supply chain
  • Identity how supply chains compete in terms of time, cost, quality and sustainability and the supportive capabilities and soft objective
  • Show how different supply chains may adopt different and distinctive strategies for competing in the marketplace


Freddy Nyi No Win

  • Msc Logistics & Supply Chain Management National University of College Dublin, Ireland
  • Bachelor of Business Management with Distinction (Finance) Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia
  • Diploma in Business (Banking & Finance) Temasek Polytechnic, Singapore

Dr . Myo Nyein Aye

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration,(Korea Maritime University)
  • Master of Science in Maritime Affairs,(World Maritime University, Sweden)

Module Outline

  • Logistics and the Supply Chain
  • Serving the customer
  • Value and Logistics Costs
  • Managing Logistics internationally
  • Managing the lead time frontier
  • Just-In-Time and Lean thinking
  • The Agile supply chain
  • Managing the supply chain
  • Logistics future challenge

Teaching Methodology

  • Conduct Lecture ,Engage students with in-class exercise, Q&A and
  • Employ ICT, visual and audio aids and tools, where applicable, to make teaching to be more efficient and learning to be more effective and interesting


  1. 100% paper based exam
  2. Total result 100%
  3. 75% to 100% - Distinction
  4. 50% and above - Passed
  5. 49% and below - Failed

Learning Outcomes

  • To be able to understand how supply chains are structured
  • Different ways in which supply chains may choose to complete in the marketplace
  • The need to align supply chain capabilities with competitive priorities
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