Logistics program, private and public enterprises in the purchasing, production, logistics and foreign trade departments, related departments of port enterprises can work as intermediate staff, assistant manager or mid-level manager, can use the communication technologies effectively, creative ideas and to raise successful individuals in social relations It aims.
The logistics program curriculum is tailored to the needs of the private sector. In the case of logistics, the main issues that are important in the private sector can be listed as economic knowledge, transport legislation, foreign trade, supply chain management and international marketing. Besides, foreign language is one of the features sought in meeting the personnel needs of the private sector.
From this point of view, in addition to the basic courses in the curriculum, transportation legislation and transportation economics courses are added to the needs of the private sector in the second semester. Foreign Trade Logistics, Sectoral Logistics Applications, Terminal Planning and Container Systems were also included in the elective courses.
In the second year, Vocational Foreign Language is included in the curriculum as a compulsory course throughout the year. In addition, Foreign Trade Operations, Warehousing Techniques, Supply Chain Management, Information and Communication Technologies, Legal Responsibilities in Logistics and Insurance courses are compulsory courses. As an elective course, students will be able to prepare students for the private sector during the year, including a Business Training course or term Service Marketing, Free Zones, Hazardous Material Transport, International Maritime Contracts, Railway Transport, Retail Logistics, Electronic Commerce, Road Transport and Fleet Management, Port Management and Operations. , Passenger Transportation, Air Transportation, Project Logistics and Transportation.