Bachelor Study Programme Logistics | Faculty of Business and Engineering

University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt

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Study programme Logistics

As of the winter semester 2014/15, the University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt (FHWS) has been offering Bachelor's degree courses in the English language for students from abroad and from Germany. In terms of their content, these courses are structured in a similar way to the existing degree courses in the German language (twin programmes) which enables students to switch between courses. The aim is to develop an international campus at which students from a wide variety of nations will study together.

The Bachelor Programme in Logistics - Interdisciplinary and Innovative

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In order to help you to deal with complex issues in your future everyday business setting, you will acquire a thorough grounding in the following areas within the framework of an interdisciplinary degree course: Logistics, Management, Technical Systems, Fundamentals of Business Administration, IT for Logistics, General & Soft Skills

Structure of the Programme: We offer a bachelor's degree of seven semesters which comprises 210 ECTS and provides all the specialized knowledge and skills that are needed in the field of logistics today. You will acquire hands-on experience in your sixth semester by doing an internship at an acknolwedged company.

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Structure Bachelor Logistics

 

Here you'll find the course descriptions of the Bachelor of Logistics for
Students who started in October 2017 or later (last updated August 2018).

Here you'll find the course descriptions of the Bachelor of Logistics for
Students who started between October 2014 until September 30th 2017.

Explanations

The Bachelor’s degree programme Logistics is modularised, i.e. it consists of different module courses.

Modules combine subjects in thematically and chronologically complete, self-contained study units assigned with a number of credit points. They can be made up of different teaching and learning formats (such as lectures, exercise courses, lab courses, etc.). In general, modules are completed by an examination that is the basis for the award of credit points.

Credit Points awarded according the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) are a measure for the students’ workload; they facilitate the national and international recognition and transfer of study achievements, for example for transfer students to/from another higher education institution. One credit point equals about 30 hours of work. Sixty credit points are scheduled to be achieved per year of study. To acquire the academic title Bachelor of Engineering in Logistics by completing the degree programme successfully, 210 credit points have to be achieved. When credit points are awarded for graded academic achievements, they also provide a measure for the achievement’s share in the degree certificate’s total grade.

The degree programme’s modules are relatively small study units to facilitate national and international recognition.

The module handbook contains detailed information on those modules that are important for our students.