Within the Master’s degree program practice-based problems are solved in a scientifically sound approach. The aspect of practical implementation is a central component of the degree program. Therefore an intensive collaboration with business operations takes place.
As a student of a Master’s degree program you are not only trained in the fields of management and strategy. In addition to that you have the opportunity to prove your leadership competence by managing logistic project groups. You have to manage student groups and are responsible for a project.
Due to the training in small groups and the intensive supervision from the lecturers, individual support for each student is possible.
The training at the Hof University of Applied Sciences is supported by a state-of-the-art infrastructure and lecture hall equipment. Wi-Fi on the whole campus, access to the university network via your private notebook or smartphone, access to the library 24 hours a day are only a few examples.
Read here what our graduates have to say about the Master’s degree program Supply Chain Management/Logistics…
Diploma in Business Management and Master Supply Chain Management/Logistics (M.B.A.)
“The mixture of professional knowledge and methodological skills conveyed in small groups is the key. The wide-ranging education and the conveying of software know-how have been an ideal preparation for my career entry. “
Diploma in Industrial Engineering and Master Supply Chain Management/Logistics (M.B.A.)
“Since October 2006 I am a project leader in process management. Due to the studies of Industrial Engineering in combination with the MBA Supply Chain Management/Logistics at the Hof University of Applied Sciences I could acquire an excellent knowledge in the areas of project- and process management as well as logistic core processes.”
Diploma in Business Mathematics and Master Supply Chain Management/Logistics (M.B.A.)
“The Hof University of Applied Sciences and the degree program Supply Chain Management/Logistics have been the two reasons why I moved from Russia to Germany. Now, after almost 4 years I still adhere to my opinion, that studying in Hof has been the best decision.”