Logistics and Supply Chain Management
- Both semesters
- directly at the University
- Study mode:
- On campus
Bachelor's degree (or equivalent) in Business Administration/Industrial Engineering – specializing in Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Mechanical Engineering, and Business Information Systems at the Technical University of Darmstadt entitling admission to the master’s degree program as reference degree programs.
The entry requirement for the Master’s degree program in Logistics and Supply Chain Management is a bachelor’s degree in one of the reference degree programs at the Technical University of Darmstadt or a degree in a program that teaches competencies that are not substantially different from those taught in one of the reference degree programs (comparable program). This includes programs in economics and mathematical economics.
To be admitted to the master's degree program, the know-how defined in the additional qualifications must be documented for courses in the field of economics totaling at least 45 credit points (CPs), in mathematics and statistics totaling 20 CPs, in law at least 9 CPs plus an independently produced course paper (6 CPs) and the Bachelor's thesis (12 CPs).
In compliance with the previous statement: Should the bachelor's degree program of the applicant provide the general know-how described above, but not cover all essential contents of economics for the chosen master's degree program, admission to the program is only possible if the final grade and the CP-weighted average of the individual module grades for lectures and tutorials and comparable types of courses in the field of economics is minimum 3.0 and every individual module grade in this field is better than 4.0. In this case, the respective students are required to pass successfully a selection of courses totaling a maximum of 30 CPs within their first year to confirm their admission.
In case of a bachelor's degree program that does not meet the requirements defined above regarding the type of tasks and problems handled and independently worked on, it can still be assumed that the personal abilities of the applicants will be able to outweigh this, provided the applicants can document sufficiently good grades in the field of economics. In this case, admission to the program is only possible if the final grade and the CP-weighted average of the individual module grades for lectures and tutorials and comparable types of courses in the field of economics is better than 2.0 and in addition, every individual module grade in this field is minimum 3.0.
The know-how acquired differently (such as on the job or via professional development) will be considered during an admission assessment procedure for the master's degree program, provided this know-how corresponds with the know-how described above regarding contents and the level of difficulty and complexity of the tasks and problems to be handled independently. In addition, these competencies must have been acquired and assessed according to the common quality standards of universities.
Applicants should have abilities in the following:
- General business administration.
- Logistics and supply chain management.
- Information systems.
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