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Undergraduate Program

B.Sc. [Hons.] in Transport & Logistics Management

The course modules of the degree program for all four years comprises 150 credits with subject combinations in the categories of Transport; aviation, shipping, public transport, Logistics, Economics, Management, Mathematics, Information Technology, Communication, Skills Development and Other subjects. The course includes a six months full time training in industry, which will be developed in close collaboration with the industry, especially the potential employers.

Progression of the Curriculum

Level 01

the First year is designed to lay a foundation in the areas of Management, Business Organization, Function of Transport, Computer Systems and Programming, Economics, Applied Mechanics and soft skills such as Communication and Presentation skills.

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Level 02

The Second year builds on the principles by developing skills and techniques and also gathering knowledge in different areas including Transport Economics, Managerial Skills development, Marketing Management, accounting, Quantitative Methods, Supply Chain Management and Transport Planning and Demand Analysis.

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Level 03

the Third year is designed to ensure that students develop an aptitude in each of the specialized areas of transport and logistics namely, Air Transport, Maritime Transport, Supply Chain Management and Transport System as well as management and analytical skills including a 6 month industrial training.

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Level 04

The Final year will allow the students to select an area for a minor in the four specialized areas mentioned above. The objective of this year is to equip the students to enter the world of work by being completely familiar with the issues in the areas of minors offered. This is planned through specialized elective courses, multidisciplinary group projects and individual research projects.

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