Consumers and companies take it for granted that the right product will be available at the right location and time, and that quality and price will be right as well. Behind the scenes, complex processes are planned, operated and monitored by logistics managers. Current and future success in logistics depend on making strategic decisions to optimally exploit the opportunities of digital transformation. This practically oriented degree programme in the fields of logistics, supply chain management, transport and traffic prepares you for this exciting task. At its core, this business science education focuses on the interplay between human, technology and organisation to improve local and global logistics and supply chain processes.
- develop, plan, manage and monitor processes in procurement, production, distribution and waste management logistics.
- conceptualize, plan, manage and monitor the flow of goods, information and money along the entire supply chain.
- develop, plan, manage and monitor processes and services in transport and traffic.
- analyse logistics processes and services regarding their digital transformation potential and refine them innovatively.
- extrapolate requirements for sustainably optimising or newly designing value chains, and further develop existing as well as new business models.
- recognise current trends in business and society, assess their challenges and potential for the logistics sector, and leverage them to make evidence-based strategic decisions.
- create sustainability-oriented innovation strategies, and plan, initiate and manage the related change processes needed.
- logistics services providers
- transport companies
- companies in the fields of industry, trade and commerce in need of logistics and SCM expertise
- companies in the field of digital logistics platforms and e-commerce
- consulting and software companies with focus on logistics, SCM, transport and traffic
- public institutions as well as NPOs in the fields of logistics, SCM, transport and traffic
- pertinent research and education institutions
- pertinent self-employment