1- To apply logical and analytical methods to improve logistics and supply chain processes and activities, think creatively and critically to generate innovative solutions to problems in at least one of the fields- purchasing, transportation management, inventory management and warehouse management.

2-To select and apply scientific methods and theories for collection and analysis of quantitative and qualitative data for description and complex analysis of a research question in logistics management in the process of completing an original research work to extend knowledge on related subject matter.

3- To expertly use new and existing technologies relevant to logistics and supply chain management in order to process data collected by using scientific methods.

4- To express in both oral and written forms his/her knowledge and discuss professional and scientific issues with colleagues, management, and the surrounding society.

5- To communicate in a European language fluently so as to collaborate with colleagues and to access and follow global logistics management related sources.

6- To be effective team-players in group studies and assignments by using group communication skills, where demonstrate leadership skills in the individual presentations.

7- To work independently and demonstrate ethical and professional leadership in logistics and supply chain management areas.

8- To take responsibility for own learning and maintaining currency as part of professional development to maximize career progression and advancement throughout the working life.

9- To recognize ethical, legal, and global implications within environmental, occupational safety and health social rights and justice contexts in logistics decision making.

10- To research and report findings in an academic format in logistics management.