Learning outcomes (2021–2023)

Degree/title obtained

Master of Science in Logistics

Learning outcomes

After completing the program, the successful candidate is expected to:

General Competence

  • be able to communicate about professional issues relevant to SCM and logistics, on an expert- as well as a common level

  • be able to apply acquired knowledge and skills within new areas of research and applications

  • be able to read scientific papers and other academic work with a critical view


  • have advanced knowledge about supply chains and logistics in general

  • have specialized knowledge about selected topics when dealing with different types of supply chains

  • have extensive knowledge of scientific theories and methods relevant to managing supply chains and operations within such chains

  • have advanced knowledge of the relations between supply chains and relevant theories within economics and business administration

  • have advanced knowledge about logistics, operations research and operations management in general


  • be able to use advanced theory and methods to identify inefficiencies in supply chains

  • be able to propose improving organizational/structural changes and suggest ways of implementing such changes in a supply chain.

  • be capable of performing a limited supervised research project within a supply chain in line with ruling academic standards of the field

  • be able to identify operational challenges/problems in supply chains and logistics systems and to assert the relevance of models and methods to resolve these

  • be able to select relevant models and methods for approaching a given logistical problem.

  • be able to chose and use relevant software and technology in implementing computer-assisted solution methods

Last updated from FS (Common Student System) Oct. 25, 2021 4:31:06 AM