A Bachelor of Economics degree in Logistics and Supply Chain Management includes economics, logistics studies, the analysis and the assessment of economic operations and activities, using specialized business software. Students develop their management, communication and teamwork skills, and how to work ethically and responsibly to meet the latest professional and community standards.
Students should be able to:
- Learn how to apply logistics and supply chain management techniques to control production and business resources.
- Learn the specialized skills to solve packaging, warehousing, forwarding, transportation and insurance issues.
- Analyze, assess and solve production and business problems.
- Investigate, research, experiment and use information from different sources to propose production and business solutions.
- Develop personal skills, a healthy and professional working attitude to contribute to increased business performance.
- Lead and work effectively with diverse personalities and cultures.
- Be able to design complex logistical production and business systems.
- Implement, operate and manage projects.
- Formulate startup ideas.
- Develop international integration methods and sustainable learning systems.
- Solve problems professionally and ethically.
- Apply informatics and new technologies to office administration,
- Communicate in English and translate documents.
- A Logistics business specialist.
- A Logistics expert in manufacturing and trading.
- A Logistics Sales Manager,
- A Lecturer or researcher in Logistics training and research at high school or university level.