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The master’s degree in Production and Logistics Management prepares qualified graduates specifically for work in the management of national and international companies. The course pursues three qualification goals:

Practical orientation on a theoretically sound and high level.
The practical orientation means, on the one hand, the applicability of the imparted business management content and, on the other hand, the integration of practical experience in the course of studies. For example, after completing your studies, you can independently analyze, evaluate and optimize logistics concepts in the areas of procurement, production, distribution and disposal.

Today, entrepreneurial activity generally has an international dimension. Therefore, international teaching content and an expansion of the subject-related English language are an important part of the training.

Interdisciplinary training
Most problems to be solved at the middle or upper management level are of a complex nature and therefore require interdisciplinary solutions. For example, after completing your degree, you can organize complex projects and take on both a managerial and an advisory role. You can both present confidently and moderate subject-related discussion forums.


1st semester

  • Corporate planning and control
  • Project management and business process optimization
  • Corporate taxation and corporate auditing
  • Strategic personnel management and strategic marketing management
  • Supply chain management

 2 semesters

  • Entrepreneurship and business dynamics
  • Industry logistics
  • Focus module from production and logistics management
  • Option
    • Sales management and retail marketing
    • Organizational structure and change management
    • Cost management
    • Consolidation of national and international taxation

3rd semester

  • Quality and logistics management
  • Focus module from production and logistics management
  • Option
    • Industrial goods marketing and marketing controlling
    • Process and project organization
    • Corporate Financial Management
    • Consolidation of exam theory and applied corporate auditing
  • Further options from various current and interdisciplinary modules

4th semester

  • Master thesis


Bachelor's degree in business administration or a similar course of study with at least an overall grade of 2.5 and at least 24 ECTS from module examinations in the field of production and logistics.


There is no such thing as a rigid job description; graduates of the master’s degree in Production and Logistics Management can work in any sector. They work as executives or in management functions in private or public companies, in authorities or as self-employed in freelance professions.

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