Logistics Management B.Sc.

Program description

The Rhein-Main region is not only a major transportation hub for people and goods within Europe, but also an important manufacturing hub. No wonder then that logistics – a field that includes all processes associated with the movement of goods throughout the product life cycle – is experiencing disproportionate growth in the Rhein-Main region. Demand is high for qualified logistics specialists who are capable of managing the growing complexity and ever-increasing customer demands. The Bachelor degree program in Logistics Management provides students with an understanding of the processes involved in the flow of materials/information between suppliers and customers, as well as the knowledge and skills they need to plan, design and manage these processes. Graduates of the program are logistics specialists, who are nevertheless equipped with broad-based, interdisciplinary knowledge and skills.

Program structure

The knowledge, skills and qualifications required for these areas of work are conveyed by way of various Logistics Management program modules. The curriculum includes seminars, lectures, field trips as well as project work and practical experience. While graduates of the Logistics Management program are qualified to enter the workforce as young logistics professionals, they also have the option of pursuing a Master’s degree.

Career opportunities

Logistics offers good career opportunities on the regional, national and international level. Logistics Management graduates will be qualified to work as logistics specialists within industrial and commercial companies, in the services sector and as consultants.  This includes areas such as:

  • Materials management
  • Order fulfillment
  • Scheduling
  • Procurement
  • Production planning and management
  • Warehouse management
  • Supply chain management