It is no secret that the life of people in the twenty-first century revolves around shopping. Not everyone knows, however, how important logistics is here along with modern solutions for logistics-support. It is not an exaggeration to say that logistics is the basis of this. However, not everything in this field is as obvious as it may seem at first glance. Colloquial and obvious terms may refer to something completely different from what it may seem. Logistic companies need employees who know professional terminology and modern technology. They need graduates of our degree programme in Logistics.
This curriculum was developed so as to prepare graduates for solving logistical problems through the use of engineering methods and techniques; inclusive of designing logistics systems and processes and managing specialized logistic functions and processes in production and service-providing companies.
Students may choose from among the following specialisations:
- Company Logistics
- Logistics and Management in the European Transport System
- Logistics in Nautical Tourism
All courses are taught in Szczecin on the premises of the University. The classes take place in laboratories equipped with the most state-of-the-art simulation tools, as well as in specialized computer and design laboratories, such as:
- Logistics-Production Process Automation Laboratory which enables the conduct of projects in the field of production and logistics process automation and the use of vision systems,
- VR Laboratory equipped with some of the most state-of-the-art technology, which enables the creation and display of interactive 3D visualization,
- Decisions Support and Telematics Systems Laboratory based on modern telecommunication, IT and electronic technologies used in road transport systems for monitoring and identifying vehicles, safety analysis and traffic flow improvement,
- Rapid Prototyping Laboratory, where students can design and print objects with the use of 3D printers,
- Environmental Protection Laboratory, which enables the study of pollutants, as well as work stand conditions (noise, luminous intensity, electromagnetic radiation, air flow),
- Commodity Science Laboratory, where you can test on your own properties of commodities with the use of physical and chemical methods, as well as instrumental and sensory methods, used in quality and safety control in production and transport practice, also during storage,
- during classes you will also have the possibility to familiarize yourself with software which you will encounter in your real-life workplace in Poland and abroad.
The University will also assist you in taking part in interesting internships and traineeships and will provide you with support as part of the ERASMUS+ program, an international student exchange program. Furthermore, you will be able to extend your interests as part of students’ scientific organizations
or get some rest from studying in the Chillout
The program lasts for 3.5 years (7 semesters)
. The total number of course hours is app. 2500 hours depending on the specialisations selected, including:
- lectures for all students in the same year,
- classes in groups of 32,
- laboratory and project related classes in groups of 16.
A graduate of Logistics leaves the University equipped with professional knowledge and the skills and competencies required in Poland and the European Union. A Logistics graduate has a good command of a foreign language, the ability to create innovative solutions and technology transfer as well as skills of organizing and managing research and development projects. A graduate is also aware of the key issues of managing modern organisations and the rules of logistic operation of businesses. He or she is aware of the core of the systemic and process approaches to Logistics; the rules of managing information, financial means, human resources and material flow; as well as the main issues of customer service from the logistical aspect.