Supply Chain Management

Part-time master (Erhvervskandidat)

The part-time master in Supply Chain Management is a part-time programme for students who are working in a relevant field of employment at least 25 hours per week at the same time as they are studying.

Courses and contents

The part-time master has exactly the same academic content and level as the full-time version. You will therefore obtain the same competencies and develop the same areas of knowledge as described under the full-time version.


The admission requirements for the part-time master are the same as they are for the full-time version. When you submit your application you will have to select whether you want to study Supply Chain Management as a full-time master or a part-time master. If you apply for the part-time master, you have to fill out and upload the employment agreement form. If you have not yet finalised an agreement with a company it is possible to upload the employment agreement form at a later date. However, if you are offered a place on the part-time master programme, the employment agreement form has to be uploaded no later than August 1st. If this is not possible, you will instead be offered a place on the full-time version of the programme.

You can find more information about the admission requirements and process under Admission to Supply Chain Management


The part-time master is a 4 year programme, consisting of 8 semesters in total. As a student you will automatically be signed up for the specific courses that make up your semester. You will take 15 ECTS worth of courses each semester. You can see an overview of the programme below.


Your classes will be divided between lectures and exercises. Both lectures and exercises will be held during the daytime together with the full-time students. 


When you have started the programme you can switch to the full-time version at a latter date, if fx. your employment status changes.

Overview of the part-time master




Supply Chain Operations and Strategy (7,5 ECTS)

Supply Chain Configuration – Decisions and Models (7,5 ECTS)


Value Creation in Global Supply Chains (7,5 ECTS)

Managing the Sustainable Supply Chain Transformation  (7,5 ECTS)


Performance Management in Operations (7,5 ECTS)

Risk Management and Corporate Finance (7,5 ECTS)


Business Analytics – Data Driven Operations  (7,5 ECTS)        

Supply Chain Business Project (7,5 ECTS)


Elective (15 ECTS)


Elective (15 ECTS)


Master’s Thesis (30 ECTS)


Master’s Thesis (30 ECTS)

You can find course descriptions in the programme regulations for Supply Chain Management.

Salary and SU

You are not eligible for SU on the part-time master as you receive a regular salary at your place of employment.


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