LOGISTICS AND SUPPLY CHAIN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY course is purposely designed to provide understanding and skills on how to select, evaluate, implement and use different types of Information Technology (IT) systems for logistics and supply chain management. The course describes the unique needs and requirements of IT in supply chain industry as well as the roles of ICT performance that effect freight logistics industry.
INVENTORY MANAGEMENT is an effective way of managing inventory which it will increase corporate profitability, to predict the impact of corporate policies on inventory levels and to minimize the total cost of logistics activities. A better management of corporate inventories can improve cash flow and return on investment.
FUNDAMENTALS OF WAREHOUSE OPERATION reveals students to the exact atmosphere in warehouse by conducting the management principles and operation system effectively. The efficiency of warehouse is very much depends upon how well the operations are conducted in a workplace. Through work based learning, students are given the opportunity to gain experience by working in the industry.
FUNDAMENTALS OF LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT aims to introduce basic terms, concepts, principles and methods for successful planning, organizing and controlling of these functional activities. With the emerging demand of e-commerce and e-business, the importance of providing efficient logistics support is a key component of business success. There are several activities covered under logistics such as transportation, order processing, procurement, store, inventory and warehousing, material handling, customer-service standard and product scheduling.
STATISTICS provides knowledge and exposure to basic statistical concepts, techniques and how to utilize these techniques in data collection processes. This course emphasizes on the knowledge and the ability to handle statistical data and interpret them effectively. This course also provides understanding on how to apply statistical data in relevant fields.