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Masters study programme systems logistics
Masters study programme SYSTEMS LOGISTICS is a continuation of the university degree programme Systems logistics.
Masters study programme Systems logistics lasts 2 years (4 semesters).
AWARD TITLE OF GRADUATE
Master of science in logistics, abbreviated form: MSc (logistics) or mag.inž.log.
TYPE OF STUDY PROGRAMME
Programmes offered are full-time and part-time. Both programme types are equal.
Part of the lecture course is in a classroom while the rest is in the form of video-conferencing and specially designed e-material in a virtual electronic learning environment (e-learning).
The aim of masters study programme is to educate and train development and managerial personnel for all industries, state administration and other fields (logistics organisations and organisations with strong logistics function, ministries, agencies, the military, the police, customs, etc.). These personnel need the ability to master and solve development issues arising in their specific area and the ability to contribute to the optimal functioning of their organisation as a logistics system. Content-wise, the goals of the study are:
- knowledge of functioning and managing an organisation as a logistics system,
- the ability to identify, analyse and organise business logistics systems,
- study of the most demanding logistics operations and processes in an organisation,
- application of information-management systems,
- training for further (PhD) studies,
- training for an in-depth scientific research work in an interdisciplinary field of logistics processes and systems.
KEY COMPETENCES OF GRADUATES:
Masters study programme Systems logistics will provide students with the following general and subject-specific competences:
- the ability to master research methods, procedures and processes in logistics systems, processes and functions,
- pronounced and continuous development of critical and self-critical judgement when taking decisions in dynamics of logistics systems and logistics processes,
- development of communication abilities and skills, especially continuous communication in international and multicultural environment,
- the ability to work in global logistics chains,
- ethical reflection and deep commitment to professional ethics,
- the ability to work and perform in international environment,
- the ability of effective problem solving in the field of logistics systems with the use of modern scientific methods and procedures,
- the ability to integrate new information and interpretations into the context of the core discipline,
- the knowledge and understanding of argumentation and history of development of the core discipline,
- the understanding of the systems approach and thus the understanding of the general structure of the core discipline and interconnections between its subdisciplines,
- the understanding and application of methods of critical analysis and development of theories together with their application when solving specific practical problems,
- the intense and continuous use of information and communication technologies as well as information management systems in their specific working environment.