Logistics and Transportation Management is an innovative course within the national logistical picture, at the forefront of the latest educational processes, seeking to create highly qualified professionals for the transport and logistics sector in general and for the freight transport sector, in particular.
Transport and Logistics are one of the greatest challenges faced by the country in terms of competitiveness. As regards Management, it can be considered the area that has increasingly developed in terms of importance, employability and remuneration level. Companies have realised that for being competitive, they have to invest in this important value chain segment what may actually represent between 12 to 18% of its production total costs. A degree in Logistics and Transportation Management is currently one of the most interesting academic and professional areas in business management.
Transportation Management is an innovative course within the national logistical picture, at the forefront of the latest educational processes, seeking to create highly qualified professionals for the transport and logistics sector in general and for the freight transport sector, in particular.
Considering this is a Transport Management oriented offer, it surely opens multiple job opportunities both in activities connected to the maritime-harbour sector and in activities connected to the land distribution side (road/railroad transports).
1st SEMESTER 2nd SEMESTER
Linear Algebra Mathematical Analysis II
Mathematical Analysis I Programming
General Management General Accounting
Introduction to Law and Labour Law Commercial English I
Transport Technologies Transport Safety
3rd SEMESTER 4th SEMESTER
Operations and Quality Management Transports Law
Strategic Management and Marketing Transports Economy
Financial Management and Investment Analysis Transport Infrastructures
Commercial English II Operational Research
Probability and Statistics Logistics I
Information/Information Technology Systems Psychosociology of Work
5th SEMESTER 6th SEMESTER
Warehouse Management Transport Environmental Management
Logistics II Project Management and Decision Support Systems
Cargo Handling and Transportation Systems Supply Chain Models
Road Transportation Economy Transport and Physical Distribution
Maritime and Ports Economy* Intermodal Transport
Fleet management* Road Transportation Commercial Management*
Port Management* Commercial Maritime and Port Management*
Commissioning Technical Management* Ports Information Systems*
Marketing of Services*
* Optional curriculum units
• Students can direct their education for either the maritime-ports sector or freight transport sector;
• This first area is especially oriented to logistical operations connected to the maritime-ports sector, namely, maritime operators, port operators, shipping agents, forwarders, brokers, logistic infrastructures managers, etc;
• The second area is specially oriented to the logistics connected to land distribution, including freight road transport companies, logistic operators, logistic platform managers, logistic distribution, etc.
• 16 Mathematics or
• 04 Economy
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