Master in Supply Chain Management & Logistics
Supply Chain Management

Master in Supply Chain Management & Logistics

  • Young Professional
  • Full Time - English
  • 60 ECTS
  • OCT. 2024 - 10 months
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This master's degree is taught in ENGLISH

To operate in a fully globalized, competitive and changing economy, organizations require a greater level of efficiency, speed and productivity.  

Therefore, these organizations need professionals equipped to lead all the management functions of the different areas of the Supply Chain and Logistic management.  

The Master in Supply Chain Management & Logistics of EAE Business School Madrid will give you the multifaceted professional profile needed to operate effectively with confidence in the different areas of Supply Chain and Logistics, including procurement, planning, production, logistics and distribution.

You will gain a comprehensive overview of all the fields in the highest demand among companies, and adapted to the new changes in business management.  

This Master in Supply Chain has the Lean Sx Sigma Yellow Belt training that will allow you to apply the main basics of Lean Six Sigma in your organization and actively participate in continuous improvement teams. It has been developed to ensure that team members understand the purpose of Lean Six Sigma and what their role will be within projects. You will effectively identify customer requirements, discover improvement potential using Six Sigma methods and tools and participate in improvement sessions (Kaizen). 

Moreover, this Master gives you the opportunity to prepare to successfully obtain the level 1 SCPro 1 certification of the CSCMP, which accredits the graduate’s extensive knowledge of the supply chain, a real differential factor as a professional, all thanks to this Master.


On successful completion of your program, you will receive a double qualification: Master in Supply Chain Management & Logistics from EAE Business School and Master in Supply Chain Management & Logistics from Universidad Internacional de la Empresa (UNIE).


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Reason to take this master

in EAE Business School
  1. Professional SCPro certification: The syllabus and teaching materials on the Master are designed to ensure that students who want to can sit the SCPro Level 1 certificate successfully. This accreditation gives your professional career a boost to the next step. 
  2. CSCMP quality assurance: EAE Business School is certified by the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals, giving this program the maximum guarantee of quality. 
  3. Operations management game: have a more realistic experience as the program has project management software that enables you to recreate the challenges faced by a company’s Logistics Department. 
  4. Advisory board: The syllabus has been developed in collaboration with 25 professionals from leading companies, including PepsiCo, Nike, DHL, Danone, Accenture, Fujitsu, Grupo Planeta, Mango and Puig, to name just a few. This ensures the maximum alignment between the contents and the professional world. 
  5. Residential program in California: At the end of the tuition period, you have the option to train abroad on a two-week residential program (at an additional cost) at UC Berkeley, California.  
  6. True Potential Experience: Enjoy an experience that combines the Master in Supply Chain Management & Logistics with a Personalized Professional Development Plan, guided by a True Potential Advisor, who will help you find, focus and develop your true potential.


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  • Project and Financial Management in Supply Chain - 3 ECTS
    • Management and management skills. A self-assessment exercise
    • Success and failure in the business world: causes and keys
    • Strategy and competitive advantage
    • The complete strategic decision cycle
    • Cooperative goals and value creation
    • Strategy guided by vision
    • The dynamics of organisational abilities
    • Dynamic capabilities: the source of sustainable competitive advantage
    • Strategic design for innovation. New business models
    • Strategic ploys and competitive dynamics.
    • Growth and development strategies: comparative analysis
    • Diversification versus specialisation: defining the sphere of activity
    • Reorganisation strategies
    • Managing strategic alliances
    • Organic growth versus external growth
    • The key is strategic execution. The road to successful execution
    • Cooperation, coordination and strategic selection.
    • Organisational structure and strategic execution.
    • Incentives and controls: reinforcement and support of execution.
    • Managing strategic change.
    • Sales and marketing management: its strategic function
    • Identification of the benchmark market
    • Segmentation and value proposition
    • Operative marketing: how to tangibilise the value of the product/service, price and how to reach the consumer (distribution) Digital marketing strategies.

Supply chain planning (CDS): support functions and financial management - 3 ECTS

  • Project management. Strategic and organisational coordination and management methodologies
  • Strategic management of processes. Service quality
  • Process reengineering and organisational transformation
  • Quality management
  • Maintenance management and non-quality costs
  • Environmental quality management models.
  • Labour risk prevention assurance models. Occupational health and safety
  • Integrated management systems
  • Financial information needs for supply chain management
  • Business strategy and financial planning Financial and business forecasts
  • Comprehension of the basic accounting statements
  • The main financial concepts: profitability, liquidity, solvency, profit
  • Analysis of financial statements used for human resources management decision-making using instruments of equity, financial and economic analysis: impact of
  • human resource decisions
  • Short and long term financial planning
  • Investment analysis and calculation of their profitability.
  • How to finance investment in logistics centres and fleets
  • Investment and risk evaluation and control. Signs of insolvency and strategic alarms
  • How to insure logistics activity. Approaches and methods for ensuring processes and goods. Insurance and risk prevention
  • The total and departmental budget process Management and control of budget execution. Deviation analysis and correction
  • The Logistics Department budget Preparation and implementation.
  • Strategic information and the balanced scorecard. Management control and key performance indicators (KPIs)
  • Strategic map construction
  • Preparation and implementation of the balanced scorecard Value Reporting: beyond the profit and loss account

  • Supply chain planning (SCP) strategies by industry – 3 ECTS
    • SCM in the automobile industry
    • SCM in the pharmaceutical industry
    • SCM in the retail industry
    • SCM in the service sector.
    • The problems of SCM in the companies comprising the logistics chain itself, from logistics operators to warehousing,transport and distribution companies.
  • Supply chain planning (SCP) simulation models - 3 ECTS
    • Introduction to simulation. Management of uncertainty, risk and complexity.
    • Principles of modelling and simulation
    • Specific languages and software architectures
    • Model repositories
    • Model driven systems engineering
    • Business architecture
    • Collaborative environments. Control and optimisation problems for logistic networks
    • Simulation and performance algorithms
    • Excel tools for modelling the chesty decisions
    • System dynamics applications in supply chain modelling
    • Reverse and closed loop supply chain modelling
    • Business intelligence and big data
    • Supply chain interoperability and integration technology
    • Verification, validation and certification of complex logistic systems
  • Trends, benchmarking and ecommerce in supply chain planning (SCP) – 3 ECTS
    • New trends in logistics.
    • Rapid response, cost reduction, advanced technology and externalisation.
    • Vertical integration, cooperation, subcontracting and business networks.
    • Lean manufacturing. Beyond the Toyota model and just-in-time
    • Lean supply chain management
    • Demand-driven supply chains
    • Growth and expansion into new markets
    • Introducing new products and services
    • Investment in business intelligence
    • Diversification
    • Mergers and acquisitions
    • Joint logistics
    • The main technological trends in supply chains
    • Logistic benchmarking. The best-in-class company
    • Social networks and mobility
    • Preparing a company for e-commerce
  • Sustainable logistics and the operations management simulator 3 ECTS
    • Environmental legislation applicable to logistic processes
    • Supply chains and environmental management systems Environmental management systems and their integration with the supply chain management system
    • Evaluation of the environmental effects of a supply chain
    • Improving the energy efficiency of a transport system
    • Developing clean technology and reducing energy consumption
    • Refers logistics and environmental requirements: The return system
    • From corporate social responsibility to responsible supply. Green logistics
    • Sustainability of the value chain
    • Responsibility for the product throughout its useful life
    • E-commerce, e-logistics and the environment

Global supply chain planning - 3 ECTS

  • Processes in a global age. Current trends in international operations. International markets and global logistics
  • Global distribution and production networks
  • Global supply chain organisation models
  • Supply chain decision-making in global projects
  • Multilocation of production facilities
  • Global sourcing
  • The make-or-buy decision taking the global /local dimension into account
  • Management methods for flows of material and information between centres in an international network
  • Best practices in extended supply chains.
  • International physical distribution of goods
  • Incoterms 2010 International negotiation terms. Differences between Incoterms and RAFTD terms
  • International forms of payment and collection. Legal protection of goods
  • International transport as a link in the global logistics chain. Customs contracts and their documents

Supply chain management and technology 3 - ECTS

  • The importance of IT for supply chains
  • Using knowledge to integrate the network
  • Enterprise Business Systems (EBS)
  • Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
  • E-commerce, e-Business, e-Collaboration
  • E-Business marketplaces. Electronic markets
  • The impact of e-business on the supply chain
  • The development of the technology-driven supply chain
  • Customer service management: using customer relationship management (CRM) to create value
  • Automatic data capture technology. Radio frequency identification (RFID)
  • Creating the customer-centric supply chain
  • Sales force automation (SFA)
  • Applying technology to supplier relationship management (SRM): e-SRM
  • Anatomy of B2B, B2C and B2E
  • Logistics resource management (LRM). ICT application: Internet-enabled LRM
  • Production automation and supply chains. E-manufacturing systems

Basic concepts, planning and design of the supply chain - 3 ECTS

  • Logistics vs supply chain
  • Basic supply chain concepts
  • Strategic supply chain framework Global supply chain planning and strategy
  • Supply chain network localization and design strategies
  • Design of products, services and operations
  • End-to-end versus the extended value chain
  • Triple supply chain focus: processes, organisation, tools
  • Planning and execution: Failing to prepare
  • Demand-driven supply chains and supply chains according to product type
  • Demand modelling and forecasting
  • Assignment of the assortment, service level at every location and supply level forecast calculation as bases for estimating the needs to be covered at every node
  • in the downstream supply chain
  • Importance of distribution resource planning (DRP) and the role of material requirements planning (MRP) in manufacturing companies
  • Reverse logistics
  • Supply chain design
  • SAP/ERP tool demo

Manager development and personnel management - 3 ECTS

  • The profile of management skills. Understanding the concept of leadership and teamwork
  • The features of an effective leader
  • Identification of management styles. Leadership in focus on work and relations
  • Leadership development in organisations
  • Communication as a tool: persuading instead of convincing and manipulating
  • Work teams. Effective training and leadership of work teams
  • Why teams fail and how to avoid it
  • High-performance teams. The role of the leader in the development of excellent teams
  • Human capital as a source of competitive advantage
  • Strategic management of people in organisations
  • Employment legal framework: challenges, opportunities and threats
  • Management of the work cycle of human capital
  • People development and talent management
  • Career design and management
  • Training plans: analysis and prioritisation of needs, plan planning, budgeting and implementation
  • Compensation systems
  • Employee branding
  • People management and design of organisational structures
  • Organisational culture and human capital
  • Labour welfare and healthy organisations
  • Diversity management
  • Effective presentations

Buying challenges and Harvard negotiation techniques - 3 ECTS

  • Purchasing and Supply management: fields, activities and responsibilities
  • Structure of the Purchasing Department
  • Purchasing strategies Kraljic Matrix analysis
  • Tactical development and monitoring of the purchasing process
  • Supplier approval. Supplier quality assessment and procurement forms
  • Balanced scorecard of the purchasing function. KPIs
  • Inventory management in situations of uncertainty of demand and of delivery by suppliers. Restocking models
  • ABC analysis of the inventory, safety stock and financial implications of investment in stock
  • Development of supplier managed inventory strategies
  • Outsourcing purchasing
  • Harvard negotiation techniques Development of the negotiation process and types, with the alternative search for the BATNA and establishment of the ZOPA
  • and negotiation plan.
  • Preparation of solution proposals in complex negotiating environments. Analysis of the 10 biggest mistakes in negotiation
  • Goldratt´s Evaporating Cloud for conflict resolution

Production management – 6 ECTS

  • The operations management function
  • Operations strategy
  • Design and selection of the operations process and technology
  • Design of the work system, design of functional and physical jobs: specialisation versus flexibility, work and process analysis techniques Work and ergonomic
  • measurements
  • Capacity planning and usage. Aggregate production planning. Disaggregate planning: capacity factors and calculation, balance and bottlenecks
  • Operations scheduling
  • Aggregate planning techniques
  • Materials and Production Masterplan MRP I and II
  • Lean manufacturing. Lean concepts and tools. Value stream mapping (VSM)
  • Line back principles. Line supply systems. Just-in-time. The Kanban technique
  • TOC as optimised production management philosophy- The trouble with cost accounting. Limitations management: the continuous improvement process TOC
  • and cost reduction TOC versus ABC. DBR logistics
  • Maintenance management. The TPM approach

Logistics and warehousing management, orders and CRM 3 ECTS

  • Stock management. Stock management methods. Stock assurance and stockout prevention. Stock as an opportunity cost. Techniques for reducing current asset costs. Towards zero stock
  • Warehousing logistics: location, warehousing systems, elements of maintenance and units and loading systems and order preparation. Warehouse organisation. Design of the layout and intra-warehouse flows Goods received and dispatched
  • Warehouse design: principles and techniques. Conventional warehouses. Complex warehouse design
  • Warehouse management systems
  • Order management and the customer relationship. Loyalty and the one-to-one relationship.
  • Customer relationship management (CRM): beyond the technology.
  • Management of returns. Reverse logistics.
  • Operations in the warehousing chain: picking. Manual picking. Consolidation of picking. Picking large units Cross-docking operations Automated
  • Assistance to manual picking.
  • Specialised intralogistics. Estimation and forecast of the maintenance, storage and movement needs of particular goods
  • Package and packaging management
  • Warehouse team management

Transport, distribution and sea transport – 3 ECTS

  • Economics of transport. Operation and structures of transport markets
  • Characteristics of the different modes of transport
  • Logistics infrastructures of transport
  • Road transport contracting. Regulation, modes, economic system and contracting of land transportation services by road. Main operators
  • Sea transport contracting. Regulation, modes, economic system and contracting of sea transportation services. Management of goods in ports. Stevedoring operations. Freight. Main operators
  • Railway transport contracting. Regulation, modes, economic system and contracting of railway transportation services. Liberalisation and modernisation of railway transport. Main operators
  • Air transport contracting. Regulation, modes, economic system and contracting of air transportation services. Liberalisation and modernisation of transport. Main operators
  • Intermodality
  • Shipping containers
  • Transport cost reduction and freight optimisation techniques
  • Physical distribution management
  • Design of routes, networks and sites
  • Distribution channel management: distribution and warehousing. Negotiation with channels
  • Logistics outsourcing. Logistics operators
  • Types of customer and distribution
  • Urban distribution problems. Last mile logistics. The battle for logistics capillarity


  • Choose the course that you want to take and which will expand your range of future professional prospects – 6 ECTS

  • Master’s Thesis – 15 ECTS


Minors are elective courses that enable you to personalize your Master and build a study program tht has the scope for new disciplines aligned with your profesional interest and goals. They act as real communication links that enable you to explore other areas of knowledge and connect them to yours. Minors multiply your opportunities for networking and expand your professional horizons. The range of Minors on offer varies depending on the intake and campus.

Choose between:

  • Application of AI in Business
  • Stategy and Data Analytics
  • Fintech: Technology for Finance
  • Marketing automation and marketing intelligence
  • Neuromarketing
  • Digital Marketing
  • Sales management Innovation
  • Sustainability: Strategies and Opportunities
  • Scalling Up: Strategies for business growth management
  • Project management techniques
  • Corporate Wellbeing: Leading Wellbeing Strategies
  • Business Agility
  • Leadership: Team development techniques


Explore new areas of knowledge and boost your employability by acquiring the competencies in the highest demand.

3 Territories to conquer

1. Supply Chain Management

You will learn to lead all the areas of the supply chain, incorporating the latest technological and methodological trends.  

2. Leadership in Operations and Logistics

You will gain the knowledge to oversee and lead an Operations and Logistics department aligned with the latest developments in distribution, consumer and supplier networks, as well as learning to manage and network and channel relations effectively.

3. Development of Executive Competencies

You will develop the personal and executive skills to be more efficient at making decisions and improve your capacity to detect, analyse and resolve problems. All these aspects are specifically adapted to the field of Supply Chain and Logistics Management. 


Alexia de la Morena

Alexia de la Morena

Business Brand Manager, journalist and neuropsychologist. Business Brand Manager, journalist and neuropsychologist specializing in Advertising, Marketing, Communication and Sales.

Ángel Andreu Escario

Ángel Andreu Escario

PhD in Engineering, with MIB and MBA postgraduate degrees from various universities and international schools (EOI, INSEA).


Hugo François Larzabal

Industrial Engineering Diploma from the École des Mines de Saint-Etienne, Saint-Etienne (France). Specialized Master in Continuous Improvement and Industrial Performance from CESI, Pau (France).

Elena Bulmer

Elena María Bulmer Santana

Graduated from the University of Sussex (UK). With a Bachelor Degree in Biology, before doing a Master at the University of Reading (UK) and a PhD at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid.

Javier San Martín

Javier San Martín María

Graduate of the Senior Management Program for Agri-Food Companies at the San Telmo Institute. Bachelor Degree in Business Science from the Universidad de Educación a Distancia. MBA from the European Business School. Bachelor Degree in Marketing and Trade from the Universidad de León.


Begoña Hernández

Industrial Engineering Diploma from the Universidad Pontificia de Comillas ICADE. Executive Management Program at IESE. She has held different positions of responsibility, including CMO - Commercial director at Abax Innovation Technologies S.L., Vice-President of the Board of Directors and Co-Leader of the Industry and Logistics Forum in EJE&CON. She has also had a long career in the Operations area.


Oscar de Luis Jiménez

Master in Bioinformatics and Biostatics from the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. Master in Executive MBA - Management of Biotechnology Companies from the Aliter Business School. PhD in Biological Sciences, Human Molecular Genetics from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.

Gour Saraff

Gour Saraff

Managing Director at EICC - Europe India Chamber of Commerce, Spain Chapter. Bachelor Degree in Management from the NYU Stern School of Business. Master in Business Administration and Master in General Finance and International Business from the NYU Stern School of Business.

Marta Álvarez

Marta Álvarez Manero

Project Manager (PMP©) certified by the Project Management Institute. Master in Project Management from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid and Senior Architecture Diploma from the Universidad de Valladolid.

Juan José Montiel

Juan José Montiel

Director of the Global Master in Supply Chain Management. He has extensive professional experience in the logistics area in companies such as Procter & Gamble, Ediciones SM, Valeo, Goodyear Dunlop Tires Iberia and BuyVIP Amazon, among others.

Professional prospects and entry profile

  • What you study here and now will have an impact on your career tomorrow. Start imagining your future and take a look at some of the professional prospects that await you.

    • Chief Operating Officer (COO)
    • Global Supply Chain Manager
    • Director of Imports and Exports
    • Director of Logistics and Distribution
    • Purchasing Manager
    • Reverse Logistics Manager
  • To access this Master, students must have a Bachelor Degree qualification or a Diploma in Architecture, Engineering, Technical Engineering or Technical Architecture, or a University Diploma prior to starting the studies.

    The Master is preferably designed for graduates with a Bachelor Degree, University Diploma in:

    • Engineering
    • Economics
    • Business Administration and Management
    • Marketing, Advertising 

    If you want to access the Master and do not have a university qualification in the aforementioned areas of knowledge or have not completed official Master programs that cover the fundamental aspects of these qualifications, you must complete a set of supplementary training courses in order to develop their knowledge bases required for the Master. These extra courses are compulsory and must be completed before the start of the Master program.

    To get the most out of the program, it is necessary to have a minimum level of English, B2.

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