TRANSPORT LOGISTICS

Objective of the Transport logistics study programme is to train specialists in transport logistics, who are able to plan, prepare, organize and coordinate efficient warehousing and distribution processes of international freight transportation, and customer service in accordance with national and international legislation regulating transport and logistics activities, professional ethics and social responsibility principles; who are constantly improving and able to operate independently in changing business conditions.

Upon completion of this program students are awarded the professional bachelor of Business Management.


State code: Granted degree / professional qualification: Professional Bachelor of Business Management
Study area:Business and public management The program is registered: 
Study field:Business
Duration of studies: NL – 3 years, I – 4 years
Extent of the program in credits: 180

INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE OPPORTUNITIES

Cyprus, Greece, Malta, Latvia, Spain, Czech Republic, Germany, South Africa.

Students also have the opportunity to practice in various global Kolping network organizations.


FURTHER STUDY AND CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Graduates can continue their studies in the second cycle of studies, according to the procedures of the higher education institution.

Upon successful completion of the Transport Logistics study program, graduates will be able to work in logistics companies providing transportation, shipping, and warehousing services. Companies and organizations involved in transport logistics services can be potential employers for the graduates. Graduates will be able to start their own businesses.

Study field subjects – Basics of Logistics, Transport Systems and Tools, Law, Marketing and Distribution, Accounting and Analysis of Financial Activities, Information Systems in Logistics, Internal Chain Logistics and Management, Strategic Management of Logistics Companies, Transport and Freight Logistics, Legal Regulation of Transport Activities, Project Management, Warehouses and Terminals, Total Quality Management, Market Research and Analysis, Transport Economics etc. 

General subjects – two foreign languages, Philosophy, Language Culture, Christian Social Teaching.

Upon completion of this program, students will be able to:

  • Knowledge and ability to apply general theoretical knowledge of economics, management, finance, accounting, information management, to apply principles of business creation and development, taking into account the special aspects of the transport sector.
  • Understanding of transport sector infrastructure and logistics processes, logistics chains of passenger and freight flow, transportation technological processes.
  • Ability to analyse and evaluate the logistics business environment, market trends, carry out the analysis of cargo/passenger flows and to apply results of the analysis in the implementation of transport logistics activities, ensuring their quality and control.
  • Ability to analyse and evaluate the problems of cargo warehousing and storage by applying transport information systems in planning the efficient operation of vehicles.
  • Ability to plan, organize and operate supply chain and logistics activities in managing international processes of freight/passenger transportation, using modern technologies and following international requirements which regulate freight/passenger carriage in various modes of transport, being guided by the professional ethics.
  • Ability to perform logistic functions in analysing logistics networks and systems, applying marketing principles in the national and international market.
  • Students will acquire the necessary learning and practical skills to continue studies, will be able to evaluate constructively and critically their own professional activities, reflect on their professional development.
  • Ability to use modern information technologies, work in a team, communicate with clients, colleagues and partners, cooperate with representatives of their field and other professions in Lithuanian and foreign languages, choosing appropriate forms of intercultural communication.