Knowledge and understanding:
After completing the course, the student will have in-depth some of the topics covered in the teachings of "Industrial logistics" and "supply chain management". It is therefore expected that the student has acquired expertise in the field of logistics and supply chain management, mainly based on a rigorous scientific approach and its ability to address and solve real problems through the use of computer and MS Excel®.
The knowledge gained by the student may be used in order to design the processes of supply chain and logistics system. In addition, the student will be able to quantitatively evaluate specific aspects of the supply chain and logistics processes.
The student will be able to quantitatively evaluate specific aspects of the supply chain and logistics processes, such as, for example, the environmental impact or the chance of reverse logistics strategies.
The student will acquire the specific vocabulary relating to the topics of the course. It is expected that the student is able to explain, both orally and in writing, the major concepts covered in class.
Students who have attended the course will acquire a complete overview on logistics and supply chain management, and will therefore be able to deepen their knowledge in these areas, through the consultation of independent specialized texts and journals or dissemination, even outside of the topics covered tightly to class.