Logistics and Supply Chain Management specialization takes a holistic and contextual approach to business and analyzes its impacts on other business functions.
years to finish the program
In the course, students will learn a broader concept of logistics, which is applied to all aspects of material flow both inside an enterprise and between enterprises. Logistics integrates all functions of planning and controlling material flow and because of that, it is called Integral Logistics and supply chain management.
The goal of this class is to enable students to gain a comprehensive overview of Integral logistics and SCM, which is focused on purchasing, inventory management, and organization and production management. Students are able to put the acquired knowledge into practice. Thus, developing their own skills in decision-making and management of logistics activities.
Logistics is essentially a planning orientation and framework that seeks to create a single plan for the flow of products and information. SCM builds upon this framework and seeks coordination between the processes of other entries in the pipeline, i.e. suppliers and customers, and the organization itself.
The goal of this course is to enable students to gain a comprehensive overview and orientation in basic terms of logistics, distribution logistics, and supply chain management. Students will be able to integrate their acquired knowledge and put it into practice, thereby allowing the development of their competences in independent decision-making and logistics activities management.
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