Learning outcomes (2019–2022)

Degree/title obtained

Philosophiae Doctor Program in Logistics

Learning outcomes

A candidate who has completed the PhD programme should obtain the following learning outcomes defined in terms of knowledge, skills and general competence: 

Knowledge

  • is at the forefront of logistics, mastering scientific theories and methods of logistics research;

  • has demonstrated expert knowledge of the chosen focal area of logistics.

  • can evaluate and assess various theories, methods and processes in Logistics research and in applied research and development (R&D) projects in an international perspective;

  • can contribute to the development of new knowledge, new theories, and methods in Logistics.

 
Skills 

  • can formulate research questions for academic research and applied research and development at a recognized international level in Logistics;

  • can contribute to new knowledge in logistics through scientific research that can be published in peer-reviewed national and international scientific journals;

  • can handle complexity, create an overview and synthesize established scientific knowledge and practice;

  • can critically evaluate and constructively criticize scientific research in Logistics.

  • is able to plan, structure and present a lecture.

 
General competencies 

  • can identify relevant ethical issues and conduct research with academic integrity;

  • can disseminate research and development through highly ranked national and international channels and participate in debates;

  • can identify their own research in logistics within a wider research area and social context;

  • can evaluate the need for renewal, and can initiate and be engaged in innovation.

Last updated from FS (Common Student System) Nov. 22, 2019 3:31:06 PM