Master Degree in Health Supply Chain Management

Master Degree in Health Supply Chain Management commencement

Program commencement

The aim of the MHSCM programme is to strengthen the human resource capacity of SCM professionals and managers, working in health supply chain systems across the EAC. The programme also aims to create a regional pool of health supply chain management researchers capable of developing an evidence-informed and continuously improving the regional health supply chain.

It is a two-year programme delivered through a blended learning approach:

  • Residential Learning: Face to face teaching, practical and structured exercises
  • Distance learning: online teaching (reference readings, online mentoring, technical forum and regular online assignments)
  • Field placements: Deployment of students to different institutions and organizations handling different health supply chain functions in order to link acquired theoretical knowledge with practice, identify gaps in the systems and apply the knowledge acquired to respond to these gaps.
  • Applied research project: Sound research topic selection, research methodology development, data collection, dissertation of mini-thesis and presentation.
    In total the MHSCM programme comprises eleven compulsory modules, three field placements and a mini-thesis.
Master Degree in Health Supply Chain Management Graduations

Please contact the RCE-HSCM to learn more or to register: