Logistics and Supply Chain Management Department
Logistics and Supply Chain Management is a program of study concerned with the efficient flow of materials, products, and information within and among organizations. Logistics management entails a wide variety of activities that have a significant influence on customer service, including inventory control, transportation, warehousing, facility location analysis, packaging, materials handling, parts and service support, and product returns. Supply chain management involves the integration of business processes across organizations, from material sources and suppliers through manufacturing and processing to the final customer. Logistics management is, thus, taught in the context and framework of inter-organizational supply chain systems.
This department prepares students for professional careers with manufacturers and distributors companies, transportation carriers, and logistics service providers. The curriculum provides the required theoretical/conceptual basics and analytical methods for making sound operational and strategic business decisions.
*Student should choose ONLY 3 Major courses from the five listed below each term starting from the fifth semester until the eighth (In addition to the three core courses). Courses