Logistics studies give students the ability to work in managerial positions in the business world, where efficiency, cost effectiveness, technological innovations, quality and customer service are of utmost importance.
Possible areas of specialization for students majoring in logistics
Coordination of business networks and supply chains (sourcing, transportation,
distribution etc.), minor studies e.g. in marketing, or accounting
Development of international operations, minor studies e.g. in international business or economics
Management and development of production and material flows, minor studies e.g. in management science and accounting
Logistics courses are constantly being developed to fit better into the study programs of most bachelor’s and master’s students. At the same time, course requirements have been tightened especially regarding the methods. Additional exercises, cases, games and student projects have been included in the courses. Active class participation is also an important aspect in the courses, as it develops both team working and presentational skills.