The research-oriented M.Sc. Logistics and Supply Chain Management is particularly attractive for graduates of bachelor's degrees in economics who want to focus on logistics and supply chain management in their further course of study. The course offers a wide range of areas of specialization.
In business, administration and science, highly qualified graduates are required who, through comprehensive systems thinking, ensure that the individual logistical subsystems are coordinated. Possible occupational fields can be found here with logistics service providers as well as with industrial and trading companies as well as management consultancies and associations. The main areas of activity can be in the areas of logistics planning, logistics controlling, supplier management, inventory management, production planning and control, model-based optimization, and project and process management.
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