Project Management and Logistics
We offer a wide range of Logistics and Management courses for undergraduate and postgraduate students. These Logistics and Management programmes provide applicants with the skills and knowledge required for a successful career in business.
At the University of Northampton, we are leading the way in adding value to society, which we call social impact. We have won multiple awards for our work in this area, but what matters the most to us is ensuring that our students and graduates have the opportunity to make their mark on the world too. That’s why we were the first university in the UK to be named as a Changemaker Campus in 2012.
List of courses
Our wide choice of Logistics and Management degree courses include undergraduate and postgraduate courses, as well as joint honours and Logistics and Management Top Up degrees.
Our Top Up courses are ideal for applicants who hold a HND qualification or equivalent. Pursuing a BA in Management or Logistics will allow you to develop key skills to stand out to potential employers, while our Masters in Logistics and Management courses build further upon your understanding of the industries to equip you for success across these business sectors.
The modules that are compulsory ensure that you have a good foundation within the subject. In the remaining years, some of your modules will be chosen by you; allowing you to select modules according to your own interests.
Students considering applying for our Management and Logistics degree courses should ensure they meet the entry requirements for their preferred programme. These vary by course and level of study, so we recommend you visit the individual course pages below to see the full criteria for applicants.
You can find more information on the specific entry requirements on the course pages below.
Studying business management, logistics and supply chain management at university will allow you to quickly and effectively contribute to organisations in these growing sectors.
Popular careers in logistics for graduates include Logistics and Distribution Manager, Warehouse Manager and Purchasing Manager, with opportunities available from logistics consultancies, retailers and third-party logistics companies.
Our Management programmes integrate business issues with the management of people and projects, helping you apply your learning to real life scenarios. Our students have gone on to pursue careers in management, including in roles such as Production Manager, Project Manager, Management Consultant, Risk Manager and Social Media Manager, amongst others.