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    Home  »  Academics  »  Bachelor of Business Administration in Logistics and Transport Management

    Bachelor of Business Administration in Logistics and Transport Management

    Scope of the programme

    Logistics and transport management involves managing the flow of goods from the point of origin to the consumer, which is a critical process for any business. It encompasses warehousing, monitoring inventory, purchasing, transport and distribution. The Bachelor of Business Administration in Logistics and Transport Management is designed to produce graduates with skills and competencies in transport and logistics (outbound & inbound logistics), procurement, warehousing, multi-modal transportation, distribution operations, retail, logistics information system and demand management. Graduates of the Bachelor of Business Administration in Logistics and Transport Management will have a thorough understanding of the flow of materials, information and money between customers and suppliers.

     

    Skill acquired from the programme

    ·  Logistics Management

    ·  Inventory Management

    ·  Planning and Managing Distribution Centres

    ·  Transport Policy Analysis 

    ·  Innovation Management skills

    ·  Entrepreneurial skills

    ·  Work based Learning skills

     

     

            

    Modules

    Semester 1

    Module Code

    Title

    Fundamental   / Core  / Elective

    Level

    Credits

    LTM001/COM01

    English Language Skills

    F

    5

    10

    LTM002/COM14

    Principles of Marketing 

    F

    5

    12

    LTM003/COM02

    End User Computing

    F

    5

    12

    LTM004

    Principles of Logistics

    F

    5

    12

    LTM005/COM03

    Business Mathematics

    F

    6

    10

    LTM006/COM19

    Introduction to Accounting

    F

    6

    12