Mikulić DinkoSpecialist graduate professional study: Management of Logistic Systems and Processes

Head of Study: Prof. Dinko Mikulić, Ph.D.

Abbreviated title: Logistics

Professional Title: professional specialist engineer of logistics

Abbreviation: prof. spec. ing. logist.

ECTS credits: 120

Total number of credits: 180+120 = 300 ECTS

Type of study: full-time and part-time study

Study duration: two (2) years, i.e. four (4) semesters

Number of places: 30 full-time and 30 part-time

The purpose of the study programme is education of personnel who will establish and lead the logistic management. Full title of the study programme “Management of logistic systems and processes” indicates education of persons in charge of planning, organizing and implementing logistic systems.

The study programme of Logistics is intended for education of students for managerial functions who will contribute to the optimization and development of business organizations and companies involved in production, commerce or service activities to state government enterprises and institutions such as army, police, and other ministries and state administrations. The study programme has been founded on specialist knowledge and skills which guarantee success in performing logistic support to complex systems. In professional military, police and similar circles the term logistics is common for monitoring operations in the country and abroad.

The need for specialist education in the area of logistic management has occurred as response to the complexity of the logistic system and its required optimisation processes. The study programme of logistics educates the students to apply advanced methods of management and implementation. The study programme has been oriented first of all to several areas of logistic management.

  • Management of procurement and supply system;
  • Management of transport and movement system;
  • Management of technical means maintenance system;
  • Management of facilities and infrastructure maintenance system;
  • Management of material and finance business system;
  • and others.

The study of logistics is a unique study programme which provides the students with the necessary knowledge to manage the entire logistics. It is intended to all the interested persons, and primarily persons who want to work or are already working in logistics, and want to improve their education in this field (Croatian Army officers and non-commissioned officers, employees at the Ministry of the Interior, National Directorate for Protection and Rescue, public and voluntary firefighter brigades, big public companies and corporations, etc.).

By completing the study programme of Logistics the students acquire knowledge and skills for independent management in the field of logistic management.

Learning outcomes

After having completed the study the student will be able to:

  1. Identify problems of logistic system development;
  2. Describe properties and characteristics of logistic system;
  3. Describe the organization of logistic system of procurement and supply;
  4. Describe the information system of supply chain;
  5. Apply software support in solving logistic issues;
  6. Present collected data on various types of logistic services;
  7. Analyse relevant indicators of management in logistic system;
  8. Participate in teamwork of logistic security;
  9. Independently analyse logistic indicators of optimisation;
  10. Independently present the condition and prospects of logistic system;
  11. Recognize the need of lifelong learning in the system of logistics;
  12. Show professional and ethical responsibility in providing logistics;
  13. Report on causes and consequences of negative events;
  14. Show organizational capabilities and skills of planning and managing in making logistic decisions;
  15. Present professional and security contents of logistic system;
  16. Explain characteristics of implementing logistic services that have important influence on the environment and security of population;
  17. Analyse and check the costs of the logistic system;
  18. Audit and implement the quality system in logistics;
  19. Recognize and use foreign professional literature to expand the knowledge in logistic systems;
  20. Connect the importance of managing human potentials with the development of logistic systems.

 

Level Dublin Descriptors Learning Outcomes

1.

Knowledge and Understanding

  1. Identify the issues of developing logistic systems;
  2. Describe the properties and characteristics of the logistic system;
  3. Describe the organization of the logistic system of procurement and supply;
  4. Describe the information system of the supply chain;

2.

Applying knowledge and understanding

  1. Present the collected data on different types of logistic services;
  2. Analyse relevant indicators of management in the logistic system;
  3. Participate in the teamwork of logistic security;
  4. Independently analyse the logistic indicators of optimization;
  5. Independently present the condition and prospects of the logistic system;

3.

Making judgements

  1. Show professional and ethical responsibility in providing logistics;
  2. Show organizational capabilities and skills of planning and managing in making logistic decisions;
  3. Present professional and security contents of logistic system;
  4. Analyse and check the costs of the logistic system;

4.

Communication of attitudes, ideas, problems, and solutions

  1. Audit and implement the quality system in logistics;
  2. Recognize and use foreign professional literature to expand the knowledge in logistic systems;
  3. Connect the importance of managing human potentials with the development of logistic systems;
  4. Report on causes and consequences of negative events;

5.

Developed learning skills

  1. Recognize the need of lifelong learning in the system of logistics;
  2. Implement programme support in solving logistic issues;
  3. Implementation of logistic services that has important influence on the environment and security of population.

Obligatory courses

Elective courses

Semester I Semester II
Applied statistics Business English
Information system in logistics Military logistics
GIS and topography in logistics Warehouse management
Critical infrastructure Lethal devices
Semester III Semester IV
Inventory management Healthcare system management
Psycho-physiology of work Logistic system security
Maintenance of technical means Waste disposal
International legal bases in logistics

Elective course proposed by the user.

Dopusnica:

Dopusnica_Logistika.pdf, 488kB