Prof T Nyor
Head of Department
Logistics and Supply Chain Management is key to all successful military operations. The success of military operations is determined by logistic support. During operations, however, it is the number of logistics that determine what course of action to take in order to unlock the adversary’s center of gravity and ultimately achieve the aim/end state in an operation. Hence, it is imperative for Officer Cadets to become familiar with concepts and principles of logistics and supply chain management at the early stage of their training.
The defence of Nigeria’s sovereignty and territorial borders, and the role of the armed forces in internal security operations occasioned by the recent insurgency necessitate the need for the establishment of this programme. The programme is therefore of immense benefit to defence and national security.
Owing to the growing need for effective logistics in the Nigerian Armed forces, the Department of Logistics and Supply Chain Management was established in August 2018. It was first domiciled in the Faculty of Military Science and Interdisciplinary Studies and later moved to Faculty of Management Sciences in 2020. The Department commenced academic activities for the 2018/2019 Academic session in October 2018, with five (5) Cadets of the 70 Regular Course.
Description and Objectives
Logistics and Supply Chain Management programme is very unique in the Nigerian University system as Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA) is about the first University in the country to start the (BSc) programme at undergraduate level. The department started Postgraduate programmes in 2021 with Postgraduate Diploma in Logistics and Supply Chain Management and Professional Masters in Logistics and Supply Chain Management. The Department was established with a clear mission statement, philosophy and objectives.
Departmental Mission Statement
To provide and deliver a balanced and well-packaged curriculum at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels in line with the highest standards prescribed by the National Universities Commission (NUC) so as to equip Logistics and Supply Chain Management Officer Cadets and Postgraduate Students to be capable of solving logistics problems in general operations effectively.
The philosophy of the programme is to produce military officers and Postgraduate Students with high academic standards, character and adequate background and knowledge of the needs of the military in particular, industry and the nation in general.
The objectives of the programme are to provide Officer Cadets and Postgraduate Students with:
- the analytical concepts and understanding of the scientific basis of Logistics and Supply Chain Management and the use of the knowledge for the benefit of the Armed Forces and the Nation in general.
- the necessary attributes that are essential for the progressive and continuous development of a career of exemplary service to the nation.
- specialist skills and to develop an understanding and application of the concepts and frameworks that could be applied in single service, joint or multinational operations.
- Courtesy, demonstrated by civility and politeness.
Candidates for admission into the four-year degree program should possess a Senior Secondary School Certificate or General Certificate of Education, NECO, or their equivalents with at least five credit passes obtained in not more than two sittings of which three must be in English Language, Mathematics, and Economics, and any other two either in Accounting, Commerce, Government or Geography. An acceptable UTME score is also required besides passing the NDA examination.
|1||T NYOR||PROFESSOR/HOD||BSc, ACA, MSc, PHD|
|2||OGWUELEKA||PROFESSOR||BSc, MSc, PhD|
|3||CI EGWAIKHIDE||PROFESSOR||BSc, MSc, PhD|
|4||KWASAU||PROFESSOR||NCE, BEd, MEd, PhD|
|5||BRIG GEN I AHMED||SENIOR LECTURER||BSc, PGD, MSc|
|6||OJO||SENIOR LECTURER||BA, MSc, PhD|
|7||LT COL OGWUCHE (Rtd)||LECTURER I||BSc, MBA, LLB, LLM|
|8||IBIAMKE||ASSISTANT LECTURER||BSc, ACA, MSc|
|9||MRS MARVIS IROM||ASSISTANT LECTURER||BSc, MBA, MSc
|10||MS AU MOHAMMED||GRADUATE ASSISTANT||BSc, MBA.|
|1||ASSOC PROFESSOR||DR T NYOR||AUG 2018||SEPT 2018|
|2||PROFESSOR||T NYOR||OCT 2018||TO DATE|