The focus area of the profile is Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management. Students on this profile will have greater knowledge within the main subjects that are relevant for central aspects of Global Logistics, Supply Chain Management and Operations Management. The profile in Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management comprises four constituent courses: Supply Chain Inventory and Production Planning, Supply Chain Links and Enterprise Resource Planning, Strategic Issues in Supply Chain Management and Management Accounting. These courses combine the strategic, the tactical and the operational aspects of supply chain management. Cost accounting and ERP outlines certain control and incentive problems both in relation to the individual partner in the chain and the total chain which are analyzed more closely in the 2nd semester courses.
Furthermore, the student will gain knowledge about and skills in using tools and models designed to analyze, plan and optimize core areas of a firm. Strategic, tactical and operational aspects of Operations and Supply Chain Management are the main focus areas on this profile.