This program is focused on the production and service sectors comprised of manufacturing, distribution, communication, transport, tourism, energy, supply, and security companies, among others, both in the public and private sector.
Today, speaking of logistics, transport and supply chain necessarily involves speaking of organizations that proactively respond to the advances of globalization, manage change, innovate, adapt to the advancement of technology, and manage the possibility of and the need for building relationships and operating in an international context.
The program has a total duration of 2910 clock hours, including the mandatory and optional subjects that enable the student to earn the Bachelor’s Degree in Logistics and Transport Management. The curriculum is adjusted to MERCOSUR requirements.
The graduates of this program are multidisciplinary professionals, capable of innovating, designing, and managing logistic and transport systems, both for public and private production or service organizations, articulating activities throughout the supply chain and the value chain.
The field of action for the graduates of the program is wide; they can participate in the planning, programming, and supervision of logistic and transport processes. In addition, they can contribute in defining the strategic plan of the company, define policies regarding the management of materials, and participate in international trade activities and the assessment of logistics and transport business transactions.
Upon completion of the program, graduates will be able to:
Prof. MSc. Mario Leiva – firstname.lastname@example.org
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Department of Production Technology