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Bachelor of Purchasing and Supplies Management program

Meru University of Science and Technology

Bachelors Degree Program 2 1/2 Years

Course Details

Course Overview

Every organisation needs to source and buy materials and resources, so procurement and purchasing skills are in high demand. This Bachelor of Purchasing and Supplies Management degree program at Meru University will provide you with an understanding of business management as well as the opportunity to specialise in the purchasing and supply chain management functions of business, in sectors such as retail, service, manufacturing and fashion.

You will study the functions of purchasing and supply chain management and their role within and across organisations in the context of the changing global environment, considering requirements for sustainable management and reduced carbon footprint from business operations.

You will learn about processes and value chains, project management, economics, distribution, international purchasing and supply chain management, and sustainable business development.

 

Minimum Entry Requirements

Minimum entry requirements for the Bachelor of Purchasing and Supplies Management degree program at Meru University are:

  • Be a holder of K.C.S.E with a minimum aggregate of C+ (plus) and a minimum of C (plain) in both Mathematics and English OR
  • Be a holder of a Diploma in a relevant discipline with Credit pass from MUST or any other institution recognized by MUST Senate.

Course Objectives


The aims of the programme are:

  • To give you the skills to solve problems systematically and creatively.
  • To prepare you for a career in business management and consultancy by teaching practical skills that enhance your employability
  • To teach you the purchasing functions, supply chain management and their role within and across organisations business and management. You will study these functions within the context of the changing external environment in which organisations operate

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