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The department was established in 2005 E.C (2013 G.C) by all academic staff member of Marketing Management and launched its normal operation on September 2013 G.C with the aim of producing Logistics and supply chain Management professionals for all types of organization at the same time because of world economic growth our country now on the growth truck which demand large number of logistics and supply chain managers that play their own role for the continuity of this growth, especially when the scare number of professionals on the areas (transportation, purchasing, logistics, port operation, value chain and soon) and the industrial growth where not balanced.
Currently, the department has 213 regular students and there is a plan to launch an extension program in the upcoming season.
Admission Requirements 
Admission to all regular degree programs is based on the national admissions requirements set by the ministry of Education.
Duration of the Study          
The duration of the program is three years.
Graduation Requirements
A student must accomplish 180 ECTS with at least a CGPA and MGPA of not less than 2.00 without scoring an “I”, “Fx” and “F” grade in any of the courses.
Degree Nomenclature
Bachelor of Arts Degree in Logistics and Supply Chain Management.
Course Breakdown (see the attached file)
Staff Profile Full name 1st degree 2nd degree Academic rank Remark
1 Tadilo Sinitayehu BA in Procurement & supply management MBA Lecturer  
2 Belachew Ybeyin BA in purchasing & supply management MBA in international business mgt Lecturer  
3 Getachew Kassa BA in Procurement & supply management MA in logistic and SCM Lecturer  
4 Yihunie Kerubih BA in Logistic & SCM MA in logistic and SCM Lecturer  
5 Jemal Kassie BA in Logistic & SCM MA in logistic and SCM Lecturer  
6 Abebaw Mamaru BA in Logistic & SCM MA in logistic and SCM Lecturer  
7 Dessalegn Yihunie BA in Logistic & SCM MA in logistic and SCM Lecturer  
8 Yabibal Adamu BA in Logistic & SCM MA in logistic and SCM Lecturer  
9 Dagimawi Ewuneyu BA in Logistic & SCM MA in logistic and SCM Lecturer  

7.1. MA in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Background of the Program

Interest in Logistics and Supply chain Managements is growing because of: Ever – increasing market competition globally; acceptance of a wider focus for evaluating organization change; and declining incidence of vertical integration as a result of which efficiency and innovation can no longer be solely an internal management function rather it should consider early involvement of customers and suppliers from product design to delivery to ultimate customers.
Supply Chain management deals with the management of materials and information resources across a network of organizations and relationship of trading partners that are involved in the design, production and delivery process. It recognizes the inter-connections between materials and information resources within and across organizational boundaries and seeks systematic improvements in the way these resources are structured, used and controlled.
In developing countries particularly with reference to Ethiopia, there are different manufacturing, services and construction sectors engaged in producing products and rendering services. Accompanying their products, the notion of supply chain management as a strategy could be seen as fragmented and not integrated in their activities to supply chain members horizontally, yet they have to compete in the global market with firm’s producing similar products which are integrated with their supply chain partners. Because of fragmented supply chain structure in Ethiopian firms, they merely do not have competitive advantage in the market (local or global); as a result their performance is weak.  On the other hand, manufacturing firms in Africa among which Ethiopian manufacturing firms are one and Ethiopia is a member, are currently integrating in to regional  markets and development cooperation, for example, COMESSA (Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa), & NEPAD (New Partnership for African Development),with similar objective as NAFTA and EU markets. This politically motivated regional integration presupposes internal preparation of local firms to fully cooperate and compete with similar firms in the same region. Before integration in to regional markets, firms locally need to be integrated within the organization’s functions fully, develop their own core competency and extend to their partners before integrating their operation in to the regional and then global market.
The need for managing supply chain and adopting supply chain management practice through integration with partners is inevitable for Ethiopian firms, because it is not only a source of competitive advantage for these firms but also to survive even as followers as the firms are already in the global market competing with global companies.
The proposed Master of Arts Degree in Logistics and Supply Chain Management attempts to produce highly qualified, competent and trained Logistics and Supply Chain Management professionals who are capable of handling of logistics activities, supplier and customers’ relationship management functions for the focal firms in business, private firms, government organizations and non-government organizations at local, national and global level.

Admission Requirements

Applicants of Master of Art degree in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (LSCM) are required to possess the following requirements:

  • Degree from a recognized University in Logistics and supply chain management , Purchasing and Supply Management , Procurement and Supply Management, Marketing Management, Business management, Economics, Engineering and technology, pharmacy, and other related fields of hard sciences with management experience in managing organizations for at least 2 years.
  • A minimum CGPA as per the UoG’s senate legislation.
  • Must pass an entrance exam of scoring at least 50%.

Graduation Requirement and Time of Completion of the Program
The candidate must satisfy the general requirements set by the Senate legislation of the University of Gondar. A student must have scored at least CGPA of 3:00 points with two “C” and must cover total 34 Credit hours. The duration of the study for MA in Logistics & SCM is two years for regular, two and half for extension

  • Contact person


Name: Mr. Tadlo Sintayehu
Position: Head of Logistics and Supply Chain
Education: MBA Logistics & Supply Chain