The next start of this international oriented Master program is in spring 2013. The part-time course Logistics includes the involvement of the University of California (UCLA) – Professors from the Anderson School of UCLA will teach courses in Germany. I
- Essen, Germany
- Program Type:
- Study Abroad
- Degree Level:
- Year Round
- Program Description:
- The course of studies offered by RWTH Aachen University and Haus der Technik in Essen consists of engineering and economics modules and has a unique character compared with other courses. The first stage of the course deals with the basic principles of logistics. The following stages are concerned with matrix topics of logistics, logistics networks and production systems. A special feature is the focus on intralogistics. Elective subjects allow students to specialize in specific sectors. The curriculum develops problem-solving skills in line with the strengths of the renowned RWTH Aachen University.
The next start of this international oriented Master program is in spring 2013. The part-time course Logistics includes the involvement of the University of California (UCLA) – Professors from the Anderson School of UCLA will teach courses in Germany. In addition, an optional programme module is offered in California. The curriculum features a balanced blend of theoretical studies and practical orientation and consists of 15 mandatory and 4 elective modules and is completed by a master's thesis. Mandatory Moduls: Mathematics Management Micro-economical basics of logistics Operations Research - Modeling and Optimizing Model Building in Operations Management Strategy and Marketing in logistic companies IT-Systems and Supply Chain Management Logistics Management Supply Chain Management Logistic Projects and case studies Procurement logistics Outbound logistics Transport Systems Manufacture logistics Intralogistics and material flow systems Facility planning Elective Moduls: Sustainability in logistics After-sales-logistics Airport logistics Automobile logistics Abroad stay at the UCLA, Los Angeles, CA (facultative) Master-Thesis
The course leads to the degree of Master of Science (M.Sc.) awarded by RWTH Aachen University, a higher education institution with an outstanding international reputation. The degree lays the foundations for holders to conduct doctoral research. In addition to the RWTH Aachen University there will be further professors from ten different universities in Germany, the Netherlands and the USA who will provide their knowledge to the programm. Another important characteristic of the course is the integration of important companies of the logistics sector which helped to prepare the programme and continue to support it.
- Setting Description:
- Another key feature of the course is the integration of key companies from the logistics sector in preparations for and the implementation of the course. Apart from the relevant department of RWTH University, industry representatives are also involved in designing and developing the content of the course. Target groups Engineers, scientists and economists holding a degree (at least at bachelor's level). The course is especially intended for • Junior managers embarking on a career in logistics • Managers wishing to develop greater skills in the technology and management of logistics • Graduates entering logistics from other disciplines (e.g. mathematics, computer science, business administration) • People entering logistics from other sectors Curriculum and duration The curriculum features a balanced blend of theoretical studies and practical orientation appropriate to a part-time course: • The course consists of 15 mandatory and 4 elective modules and is completed by a master's
- The full fee for the entire course of studies, including matriculation, teaching materials, tuition, master's thesis, examinations, lunch buffet and refreshments in breaks, is € 26,200.00. Haus der Technik is an institution closely related to university-industrial collaborations which supports students from abroad to finance the fees by assisting them to find salaried project work/internship in cooperating companies for the period of their studies in Germany. Please ask for further information