Today's businesses become more competitive due to rapid change and globalization. Competition in both local and international markets require an excellent distribution network as a must. By the rapid change in the development of information technologies, business processes are changed, as well as, customers accelerate their expectation. We start to notice more and more impatient customers in the market, and customers start to inquire different channels delivery. In order to survive in such a challenging environment, logistics and logistics management are becoming increasingly important. Logistics deal with procurement of raw materials, their delivery to the production environment, storage of raw material as well as finished goods, and distribution channels, which are also important activities within a supply chain. These changes increase the importance of logistics both in Turkey, as a bridge between east and west, and globally. Therefore, we do see strong Logistics programs in both national and international universities.
AIM OF THE PROGRAM
The purpose of the Logistics Management program is both to promote the importance of the logistics in Turkey, and help national and international companies by providing well-prepared professionals of human resources. As a bridge between the East and the West, Turkey becoming a hub for many logistics firms. Therefore, the program has both interdisciplinary and international content. The courses are designed to the needs of the sector, supported by the foreign language and computer labs, modern classrooms are performed. In addition, the curriculum of all transport modes (road, sea, rail, air and inland waterway transport). We expect our graduates to have both theoretical background and market experience, by means of the branded courses, ad Co-op opportunities in logistics.
The graduates of BAU Logistics Management Department may find career opportunities at below foundations and institutions with the help of knowledge and practice they acquire during their education:
Logistics, Purchasing, Supply, and Foreign Trade Departments of production, service and sales companies
Logistics Service Providers (3PL or 4PL)
Logistics Departments of Insurance, Finance, Audit and Foreign Trade Companies
Logistics Departments of Universities and Research Institutes
Related Departments of State Planning Organization, Ministry of Transportation, and other Government Organizations.
Logistics Consultancy and Training Companies
Logistics Applications Departments of Communications and Information Technology Companies.
Maritime and Port Authorities
Civil Society Organizations
Related Departments of Free Zones.
Course Structure Diagram with Credits
TR marked courses are taught in Turkish.
EN marked courses are taught in English.
There TR-EN marked a section of courses in both English and Turkish.