About the educational program:
Logistics is a highly specialized area of business that is extremely important for managing modern society. Logistics is the management of algorithms from the beginning to the end of any business transaction. Covering all industries, logistics strives to maximize the efficiency of any business by looking at the “big picture”. Students who are distinguished by their focus on detail and organization will thrive in this course as they enter the world of production, planning, service, and execution.
In the course of training in the logistics program, students will acquire in-demand managerial and organizational skills. The logistics course will develop knowledge about the supply chain and strategic management in business. Students will learn both internally-oriented logistics and externally-oriented logistics; in doing so, they will learn how to manage inventory, structure a budget, process orders, and solve problems. In addition, they will learn technical skills that they can put into practice during employment or meetings with industry professionals, such as warehousing, consulting, and transportation.
Knowledge of logistics will give students an edge in the business world, as any business or Corporation needs a highly qualified logistics Manager or similar role. Industries like fashion and retail, or hospitality, or infrastructure all require logistics management. Students can become inventory planners, purchasing officers, supply chain managers, or price analysts. Students with a degree in logistics are offered a wide range of jobs, and as the world of business and industry develops, there will undoubtedly be more.
While studying in logistics, students will acquire a range of skills in the field of logistics principles, business skills, commercial management, Economics and marketing. Students will gain a fundamental understanding of key aspects of logistics and supply chain management, with a focus on identifying the relationships between logistics activities and changing business conditions.
Students will be able to learn the principles behind effective material flow management; learn how to analyze inventory management and distribution; and understand the role of these processes in ensuring customer satisfaction. In addition, the use of information technologies and the need to comply with growing environmental standards in logistics and transportation processes will be considered.
Through the study of marketing and Economics, students will gain basic knowledge of macro – and microeconomics and their impact on logistics processes. The topics covered will provide analytical insights into how markets work and why markets often fail to provide the best allocation of resources. Students will be able to explore issues such as globalization and economic policy and consider their impact on logistics and supply chain management firms.
Students will also be able to understand financial reports and learn how they are used to evaluate business performance, as well as how to use the information to control the business and make management decisions. Moreover, students will be able to develop their professional and personal skills with a focus on employment and entrepreneurship opportunities.