The students who successfully complete this programme are expected to have the following abilities:

  1. To demonstrate knowledge of logistics and supply chain operations in today’s evolving business environment and develop skills to meet the challenges of a dynamic, evolving profession, utilizing a scholarly approach to acquire new knowledge.
  2. To gather data, analyze and interpret results using quantitative and analytical methods to address unstructured logistics management problems
  3. To use business information technologies in creating value
  4. To work in teams and collaborate with others.
  5. To work individually, to take initiative, and to come up with individual inferences.
  6. To effectively share ideas and findings in technical reports, presentations and in other forms.
  7. To communicate in English fluently so as to collaborate with colleagues and to access and follow global logistics management related sources.
  8. To communicate in second foreign language to share ideas and findings with experts and nonexperts.
  9. To recognize ethical, legal, and global implications within environmental, occupational safety and health contexts in logistics  decision making
  10. To evaluate logistics and supply chain management problems and effectively develop and present actionable solutions
  11. To identify and assess tradeoffs between the three key areas of transportation, inventory, and warehouse/DC management and recommend actionable plans and strategies