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Bachelor in Logistics and Management (Economics)

Programmes 18 June 2007, 00:00

Logistics Management is a full-time Bachelors degree course that prepares you for an exciting international career. The course is taught in English and can be completed in 4 years or 2 intensive years.

Logistics Management is a full-time Bachelors degree course that prepares you for an exciting international career. The course is taught in English and can be completed in 4 years or 2 intensive years. The Logistics Management study programme trains students to become specialists in the field of distribution and logistics.

The graduates can spot and identify problems in the production and distribution of goods and services and can find satisfactory solutions on the basis of an analysis of alternatives.

LO graduates are specialists in many fields, for example, purchasing, production, marketing, automation and cost control. Our study programme pays ample attention to these subjects. In addition, our programme concentrates on internationalisation. LO graduates are generally found in middle management functions, with the prospect of promotion to strategic positions.

Their activities mainly target small business, department stores, trade and industry and logistic services, but also non-profit organizations like hospitals, where the flow of goods is an essential part of the primary process.

Examples of logistical functions are: Logistics Manager, Head of Physical Distribution, Logistics Analyst, Distribution Manager, Purchaser and Production planner.

Practical components

Applying skills in practice is an essential part of the Logistics Management study programme. This is evidenced by case studies, projects and practical assignments throughout the programme. Every 6 months there is a central theme, for example, the logistics chain, international distribution or international logistics.

Students are trained to tackle both theoretical and practical problems and they learn to work with commercial software packages, e.g. the Enterprise Resource Planning package Microsoft Navision.

Study and placement abroad

For students who have done their secondary education in the Netherlands the third year consists of one semester study exchange with a foreign partner university and one semester fulfilling an in-company work placement in a different foreign country. Students from other countries have to spend at least one semester abroad for study and/or placement. For study abroad there are many options as Arnhem Business School has more than 60 partners all over the world.

source - http://www.han.nl/opleidingen/bachelor/en/logistics-management/vt/course-overview/

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