Mode of study
1 year; 1.5 years
The graduates of "Logistics management" programme can find employment at different levels of management in organizations at all sectors of the economics - industrial enterprises, commercial companies, export-import, hauling, forwarding, warehouse and consultancy firms, organizations in the services sector (including NPO and military). Logistics specialists perform complex management of activities in the field of supply, distribution, customer service, forwarding, transport operations, corporate and public warehouse facilities and others. Moreover, they are prepared to continue their education and acquire PhD degree and to pursue a career in the field of science, as well as to teach special economic subjects in schools and universities.
- Supply and Production Logistics
- Distribution and Logistics
- Information Logistics
- Logistic System Management
- Management of Relations with Suppliers and Customers
- Controlling Logistics
- International Logistics
- Supply Chains Management
- Sustainable Development and Green Logistics
- Master Semester
- E-logistics (elective)
- Trade Logistics (elective)
- Duties and Custom Policy (elective)
Expected knowledge and skills after acquiring qualification:
Students acquire the necessary theoretical knowledge in order to effectively manage real processes in companies, the national economy and on international level, related to the movement and transforming of materials and accompanying information, financial and other flows – incoming supply, internal transforming of products and services in production or operations, and external distribution in their unity as a logistics process.
Students gain practical skills to manage the processes in supple chains from the source of material flows to end users, taking into account the impact of logistics on the environment; to integrate all operations with the material and accompanying flows within and outside the boundaries of logistics system; to organize, develop and implement systems of logistics controlling in organizations and to manage logistics system through the use of controlling concept; to regulate two-way connection of logistics with corporate strategy as a source of competitive advantage and the interaction of logistics with other functional areas.
Employment opportunities upon graduation:
Graduates can occupy various positions in the organizational management in all sector of economy – manufacturing companies, trade companies, export-import, transport, shipping, warehousing and consulting firms, and also in organization in service sector (including non-profit organizations and military organizations). Specialists in logistics perform integrated management of activities in the field of supply, distribution, client services, shipping, transport activity, corporate and public warehouse and other. Moreover, they are prepared to continue their education and acquire the educational and scientific degree “Doctor” and to realize in science, and also to work as teachers and lecturer in secondary schools and universities.