Athena Global Education introduces Masters in Procurement and Contracts Management, one of the fastest growing professions in the world offering flexibility, variety and challenge to help take your career in any direction you choose.
The course is specially designed for professionals working in the procurement function of enterprises, and are wishing to take their career to the next level.
Organizations are operating in an increasingly complex, global, and agile business environment. They recognize that to stay competitive and reduce risk, a more holistic approach to contract management is necessary and that can be provided by professionals. Procurement and Contracts management technology makes it possible to automate and streamline all aspects of the contract lifecycle to increase visibility, compliance, and contracting velocity while reducing risk.
The Master's degree in Procurement and Contracts Management hones real-world problem-solving and decision-making skills to effectively manage and control the end-to-end project procurement framework and each stage of the contract life cycle. It trains you to implement effective strategies to successfully handle suppliers and vendors. This course will teach you how to avoid costs as well as reduce it, enabling your organization to achieve a better return on investment.
This Master's level program is 60 ECTS, comprises 6 modules and 1 capstone project, and awarded in partnership with Guglielmo Marconi University, Italy. It can be completed in 9-24 months.
The learners will not only become proficient with the practices and strategies associated with Procurement but with the Masters level program, the student gets an opportunity to develop a holistic understanding of Operations, Supply Chain Management, Global Supply Chain Management.
A Master's degree in Procurement and Contracts Management offers highly lucrative job prospects in terms of financial remunerations. Given the high demand for skilled procurement professionals, compensations tend to be pretty high. Forward-thinking companies are realizing that contracts and procurement management as an enterprise initiative is no longer a “nice-to-have”—it’s now a “must-have.”
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