The Bachelor of Business Administration in Logistics Management at St Theresa International College supplies students with the necessary skills to effectively move and store items from its point of origin to the point of consumption. The program emphasizes the management and integration of customer service, inventory, packaging and disposal. Students shall develop in-depth knowledge of all aspects of transportation systems with important considerations in legal, regulatory, and political issues.
Lectures from both academic professionals and logistics industry experts shall give students unprecedented insights into modern-day logistics. Through challenging projects, field trips and internships with local and international companies, our students will be able to acquire essential practical skills and experiences necessary to succeed in the supply chain. Our numerous facilities provide students with a valuable window into the real-life industrial environment of logistics. Prior to graduation, students are required to complete the TOEIC examinations with high expectations for good achievement.
Students of the logistics management bachelor’s degree program can expect fundamental business classes covering marketing, finance, and economics. Students shall also cover the following specialized logistics management courses:
If you’re interested to learn and understand logistics management, we welcome you all to be a part of our St. Theresa Logistic Management community.
A career in logistics means that you will have responsibilities towards establishing advanced transportation and communication systems, in order to keep goods flowing efficiently. The program shall prepare you with the skills needed to develop innovative ways for your company to expand into new marketplaces and stand out on top of competitors.
With the formation of the ASEAN community, trade amongst countries in the continent of Asia have been made more liberal. Proper logistics management shall be a key factor for successful movement of commodes amongst members of the international free trade community. Apply now to be a part of this growing industry.