Business Process Control and Supply Chain Management, Master Programme

Frontiers in Logistics & Supply Chain Management 120 credits

Are you interested in the intricacies of logistics and supply chain management? Welcome to this master with its specialisation in Frontiers in Logistics & Supply Chain Management. This master's programme is meticulously designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills needed to excel in the dynamic world of supply chain operations and logistics.

In this two-year journey, you will focus exclusively on the intricacies of logistics and supply chain management, with a keen eye on the global demands for efficiency, coordination, and management control within these critical business processes.

One common theme in the programme is to find and create efficiency within supply chains together with supplier networks. This in order to fulfill the demands of value creation for the end customer on competitive markets. Another important theme is how to develop and streamline processes within parts of, and between, companies.

In this programme you’ll build and deepen your knowledge from the bachelor’s level. During the first semester, you will study essential courses, starting with Logistics Management in Supply Chains. This course is dedicated to exploring the future challenges of logistics coordination with suppliers, a vital aspect of supply chain success. Additionally, you will delve into Supply Chain Information Systems, which will equip you with a comprehensive understanding of the IT infrastructure necessary to effectively manage supply chains in the modern world.

As you progress, you will tackle complex subjects such as the integration of supply chains, inter-organizational management accounting, research methodology, and e-business management. Finally, your academic journey will culminate with a master's thesis. It is worth noting that it is possible to graduate after one year, receiving a master’s degree comprising of 60 credits.

The programme is conducted entirely in English, and it draws students from across the globe, offering a diverse and enriching academic environment. We offer courses in logistics and supply chain management with a practical relevance. They include company projects, case-based teaching, guest lectures, study visits and a master thesis written for or together with organisations. To strengthen the learning process, we use interactive simulation tools, workshops, and labs. By offering courses taught and coordinated by active researchers, we can ensure the theoretical relevance of our programme as well.

This two-year programme is composed by the two fields of logistics and supply chain management as well as management accounting, a combination that is unique of its kind. The other programme specialisation is Frontiers in Management Accounting & Process-based Control.


Upon successful completion of the programme your career prospects are vast. You will be well-prepared to take on a wide range of roles in both national and international contexts. On today’s labour market, there is demand for business graduates that can integrate with other companies and work for the end customer with an offensive and business-oriented approach. Whether you're interested in a professional career focusing on supply chain management or you aspire to an academic path, there are many possibilities.

Graduates of this specialisation have gone on to secure positions with job titles such as Purchaser, Supply Planner, Business Process Developer, Business Development Planner, and After Sales Logistics Planner.


Master of Science (120 credits) in Business and Economics with specialisation in Business Process Control and SCM, Frontiers in Logistics & Supply Chain Management.

Main field of study: Business Administration

Engaged teachers and interesting guest lectures


Claudia has previously worked with Business Process Management before choosing to study this programme. Getting more in-depth with the subject in an international environment was something she very much enjoyed, and it led to a good start in her career, already have found a job at Scania, Sweden.

A practical and unique programme

Farah Naz

Farah chose Sweden as a study destination because she wanted to experience a modern and advanced environment. Two years into the programme she really likes the variety of learning techniques offered, and how holistic of a view on logistics that is given.

Växjö – the student city with a living campus

Just south of Växjö’s city centre you will find Linnaeus University’s campus. In Växjö, many students choose to live on campus.

Here you will have five minutes’ walking distance to friends, restaurants, lecture rooms, gym, grocery store, the University Library, nature trails, and student pubs. If you live in another part of Växjö, you can quickly get to the university by bus or bicycle.

With its 90 000 inhabitants, Växjö is one of the fastest growing cities in Sweden. Here you will find the famous Småland entrepreneurship spirit and a lot of companies, for instance within the IT industry – perfect for when you are looking for an internship position or a job. Växjö is also a picturesque city where you are always close to forests and water.

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