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Logistics (Evening Classes)

The MSc in Logistics aims to provide participants (professionals and recent graduates in the fields of management, engineering and technological fields related), a solid background in management and industrial organization, and to ensure that they acquire logistics skills.

It offers a professional specialization in line with the recommendations for this type of training in polytechnics, according to the profile and needs (personal and / or professional) of potential students.


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1º Ano
Unidade curricular Período ECTS
Production Planning and Control Summer Semester
Logistics and Procurement Summer Semester
Elective - Marketing in Health Summer Semester
Elective - Warehouse and Inventory Management Summer Semester
Elective - International Finance Summer Semester
Elective - Advanced Management Accounting Summer Semester
Elective - Risk Management Summer Semester
Elective - Sectorial Applications of Accounting Summer Semester
Elective - Health and Safety at Work Summer Semester
Elective - Management of Public Policies in the European Union Summer Semester
Elective - International Business Management Summer Semester
Elective - Management Control Systems Summer Semester
Elective - Evidence and Decison-making in Health Summer Semester
Elective - Advanced Operations Research Summer Semester
Elective - Financial Auditing Summer Semester
Elective - Modelling and Forecasting Summer Semester
Elective - Health Law and Labour Summer Semester
Decison Models and Simulation Summer Semester
Maintenance Management Summer Semester
Managerial Instruments Winter Semester
Advanced Topics in Management Winter Semester
Organizational Behaviour Winter Semester
Economics and Corporate Finance Winter Semester
Data Analysis Winter Semester
2º Ano
Unidade curricular Período ECTS
Thesis/Final Project/Internship Winter Semester
  • Senior specialized professionals in logistics in various public and private institutions of all sizes
  • Independent consultants or managers of consulting firms
  • Teachers for the various levels of education, including higher education;
  • Investigators

May apply for access to the master:

a. Bachelor degree holders organized in 180 ECTS or equivalent

b. Holders of a foreign academic degree conferred following a 1st cycle of studies organized according to the Bologna Process by a State adhering to this process

c. Holders of a foreign academic degree that is recognized as meeting the objectives of the bachelor degree by the Scientific Council

d, Holders of a two-stage degree or Bachelor organized in 300 ECTS or equivalent;

e. Holders of an academic, scientific or professional curriculum that is recognized as attesting the capacity to accomplish this cycle of studies by the Scientific-Pedagogic Council