The Master in Integrated Logistics program has an academic value of 60 credits ECTS, of which 15 correspond to a guided business project. The Master'ss degree is obtained by passing all of the credits.
Why study this course?
You will acquire an integral vision of logistics as a dynamic and heterogeneous business sphere with a splendid future.
You will understand the process of evolution of the market in terms of which, in many areas, logistics is taking a still more important position than production.
You will learn how to use Information and Communication Technologies that are omnipresent in the logistics environment and that have had a spectacular evolution during the recent years.
You will develop necessary abilities to take decisions in the operations area while taking into consideration their influence on the global business strategy of a company while analyzing possible consequences that are every time more complicated, dynamic and international.
You will develop a global business vision, a profound comprehension of existing relations between different operational activities, their mutual influence and their impact on the general finance and business strategy.
You will receive updated knowledge in multiple areas that are now integrated into logistics as a discipline, from purchase management, stocks, and production to storage and distribution among others. You will be an educated and polyvalent professional, with great ability and defined criteria to take decisions, facing today’s business demand and necessities.
You will also have the opportunity to train on the campus of International Excellence of UAB and share experiences with other international students that select our programs to complete their training.
Why do we offer you credibility?
We are endorsed by a solid trajectory of programs of Business Management and International Marketing of 15 years.
You will be enrolled in a Master program of the Masters in Marketing, Commerce, and Distribution of the UAB that obtained the quality certification ISO 9001: 2008 and the UNE 66181 of virtual education.
Masters programs of the Masters in Marketing, Commerce, and Distribution of the UAB are listed among the best in Spain according to the prestigious ranking of the newspaper “El Mundo”.
The UAB is ranked the 1st among Spanish universities and is one of the 200 best universities in the world according to the results of QS World University Rankings.
- To impart updated high-quality knowledge on logistics that can be successfully implemented in the everyday operations of a company.
- To offer a broad vision of the business world that covers all disciplines comprising the logistics environment, in order to promote its understanding through all existing interlinks.
- To continuously provide the students with a practical approach to logistics and with different points of view on the business strategy and integration of logistics into it.
- To develop leadership, analytical and strategic skills to enable the students to take appropriate decisions.
A student enrolled in the Master program attends classroom classes on the Campus of Excellence of the UAB. Every class has a theoretical part and a practical part. The method of case studies is applied to the learning process in order to develop the decision-making abilities of the student. The learning process is reinforced by broad knowledge and experience, both in academic and business spheres of the teaching staff.
Through simulation games, students face business problem situations for which teamwork is essential. Our students receive tutoring support within the whole learning process, from the beginning to the development of a thesis project. Our students can profit from high technology tools that support their course of studies, such as the Moodle platform that allows them to access a virtual campus on which they can share their acquired knowledge and engage in further discussions to deepen their theoretical and practical understanding of the contents of the Master.
Classroom classes are complemented with online modules through our own methodology of 4-learning. In some cases, our students can get access to additional sessions, recorded with the latest technological systems and stored in the Mediateca section.
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