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Master's courses

Course in English

The aim of the course is to give the students knowledge and understanding of this specific process. Based on "real-life" case studies, the course consequently focuses on giving the students capabilities in solving different supply chain and logistics problems within different industries and different company settings. The course will built on theories learned in previous logistics and/or SCM courses and will provide the students with tools to apply those theoretical concepts. By presenting and defending their own solutions, students will increase their individual reflection capability.

Course in German language

Students receive the fundamentals, tools and strategies for managing logistic and supply chains. After successful completion of the module, students have acquired the necessary theoretical knowledge and method portfolio for describing, organizing and planning logistic processes and systems. Students are familiar with the central elements of logistic and supply chain planning, logistic units and master data as well as with the principles of logistic cost and services. They are capable to perform autonomously logistic audits.

Course in English

Students will be able to understand and to analyze the dynamic structures of global value chains. They are also capable to assess and to evaluate alternative ways to organize and to manage international logistics systems.

Course in German language

Students are discussing established and current articles published in highly ranked scientific journals. Students are able to critically analyze the state-of-the-art (content and method wise) of the subject area, present own approaches and reflect critically.

Course in German language

The Teaching Project logistics provides the students with a competence in the application of the theories, models and tools taught in the specialization. The students are encouraged to carry out in groups empirical projects to analyze and reflect upon the various logistic and supply chain issues and problems in practice, and develop analytical, design and implementation competencies. Social competences are improved by regularly presenting work-in-progress and final results.

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