Degree program: BSc Managment
The objective of this course is to introduce students to the analytical methods used in logistics and supply chain management. Throughout the course selected analytical decision making tools such as linear programming, integer programming, network models, supply chain network design, and decision analysis will be introduced to the students. The focus of the course is on modelling and spreadsheet analysis of logistics problems. On successful completion of the course students should be able to identify and understand a managerial decision making problem, formulate a quantitative model to represent it, solve the problem using the analytical techniques learned, interpret the results and perform sensitivity analysis, and be able to explain the underlying assumptions and the limitations of the techniques learned.