Specialist 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 duration of the specialist graduate professional study of Management of Logistic Systems and Processes lasts four semesters or two years. Students acquire the necessary knowledge in technical, transport and business logistics, and other branches of logistics through elective courses. The need for logistics specialists exists in all public services (army, police, protection and rescue) and the national economy. This interdisciplinary study program which interacts with more disciplines to solve logistic tasks has been started because  traditional disciplines alone are not able to solve complex problems.

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.

In accordance with the profession standards and the Croatian Qualifications Framework, students who graduate gain the title of professional specialist engineer of logistics, short prof. spec. ing. logist.


LO label Learning outcomes description
ULS1 Explain the properties and functions of a logistics system
ULS2 Describe the organization of a logistics procurement and supply system
ULS3 Analyse relevant management indicators in the logistics system
ULS4 Implement the optimization of logistics processes
ULS5 Apply computer support in resolving logistics issues
ULS6 Apply teamwork skills in the development of logistics projects
ULS7 Present the analysis results and proposals for resolving logistics issues
ULS8 Plan management in the process of logistics activities
ULS9 Assess the security of a logistics system
ULS10 Lead the quality management process in the logistics system
ULS11 Apply the principles of human resource management in the logistics system
ULS12 Demonstrate professional and ethical responsibility in providing logistical support
ULS13 Use professional literature and available databases to broaden their knowledge
ULS14 Recognize the need for lifelong learning in the development of logistics
ULS15 Analyse the impact of logistics activities on the environment and security of a population

Student competencies

The study is based on knowledge and skills that guarantee the successful logistical support to complex systems. It provides the necessary knowledge of logistics management and is especially suited to persons who want to work or already work in logistics and want further education.
By completing the studies the participants gain the following competencies in logistic management:

  • organization and design of logistics systems;
  • management of logistic systems and processes;
  • management of supply systems;
  • management of traffic and transport;
  • management of maintenance supply systems;
  • management of material and finance business systems.

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.


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