The Applied Logistics Programme was designed to meet the need for transport education from start to finish, for anyone involved in local or international production and handling of goods and services. During the first two years of the programme, the foundations and bases of the Supply Chain are being built. The third year of the curriculum extends this approach further and gives students the opportunity to focus on one of the three optional, specialised areas where they could best implement their expertise in Supply Chain issues.
|Introduction to Statistics||3||6|
|Introduction to Computers for Logistics||3||6|
|Principles of Management||3||6|
|Introduction to Transport and Transportation||3||6|
|Introduction to Logistics||3||6|
|Procurement and Inventory Management||3||6|
|Introduction to Economics||3||6|
|Principles of Accounting||3||6|
|Transport and Transportation Logistics||3||6|
|Supply Chain Management||3||6|
|Introduction to Marketing||3||6|
|Introduction to Finance||3||6|
|ERP and Warehouse and Distribution Management||3||6|
|Import / Export Management||3||6|
|Human Resource Management||2||4|
|Business Law and its relevance in Logistics||2||4|
|Advanced Global Logistics||3||6|
|Practical Training I||3||6|
|Warehouse Management Systems Software||2||4|
|Business Strategy and Policy||3||6|
|Operations & Project Management||3||6|
|Statistical Analysis & Interpretation||3||6|
|European Food & Drug Regulation and Laws||3||6|
|Food Quality Control||3||6|
|Corporate Social Responsibility & Sustainable Development||3||6|
|Logistics Final Project Write-up & Presentation||3||6|
|Practical Training II||3||6|
|Food Supply Chain Logistics||2||4|
|Food Warehouse Logistics||2||4|
|Food Storage Logistics||2||4|
*P.P.W: Period Per Week. Duration: 55 minutes
Introduction to Statistics
Introduce participants to the basics of statistics and its applications and uses. Topics include the proper display and description of data as well as an understanding of the normal curve, regression, confidence intervals and hypothesis testing.
Introduction to Computers for Logistics
The course focuses on the latest application of software and operating systems used in the business world. The course will prepare students to use computers, understand the basics of operation systems and to be able to access word processing, spreadsheets, presentation software and the Internet through "hands-on" laboratory sessions.
Principles of Management
Introduce students to basic business principles and concepts. There will be a particular focus on two major schools of management: the classical (traditional) theories and the modern (contemporary) theories of management.
Introduction to Transport and Transportation
The course introduces the key ideas, concepts and themes of transport and transportation. It offers an empirical theoretical analysis and appreciation of the important role of transport for economic, environmental and urban activities.
Introduction to Logistics
This course highlights the core activities in logistics management and introduces students to the fundamentals of logistics.
Procurement and Inventory Management
This course places emphasis on the design and management of processes and control systems of the inbound supply chain.
Introduction to Economics
Introduce economics, principles, theory and fundamentals. Topics include an introduction to the main principles of microeconomics and macroeconomics as well as an identification of the market structures in specific economic systems, including the concepts of perfect and imperfect competition.
Principles of Accounting
This is an introductory accounting course. It imparts accounting information from the perspective of the external users (i.e. investors and creditors), study of accepted accounting principles, recording of accounting entries for business transactions, accounting cycle, profit measurement, adjusting entries, merchandise accounting, owner’s equity reports and the preparation of financial statements.
Transport and Transportation Logistics
The course builds the key ideas, concepts and themes of transport and transportation geography covering the bases of the discipline for students of transportation logistics. It is an empirical theoretical discourse that highlights the important role of transport for economic, environmental, and urban activities.
Supply Chain Management
The course highlights the activities involved in the flow of products and information between the suppliers, customers, producers, and service providers.
Introduction to Marketing
Introduce students to the science of Marketing and its applications in business and organisations. There will be an analysis of the activities, institutions and offerings related to the process of marketing and the value that can be created as part of this process for the organizations, the customers and the society at large.
Diagnose and analyse business organisational micro and macro environments and the impact that individuals, groups of people and structures have on overall organizational success.
Introduction to Finance
Introduce students to principles and practices of finance and investments. Topics include the determination of the different sources of income for an organization, budgeting preparation as well as the importance of the use of credit.
ERP and Warehouse and Distribution Management
This course covers the functions, techniques, and tools utilized generally within the ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system of an organization, analysing its relationship with elements and concepts such as: materials management (MM), supply chain management (SPC), customer relationship management (CRM), finance and human resource management (HRM). In-depth emphasis is given on the relationship.
This course introduces various aspects of purchasing and their impact on materials management, supply chain, transportation and global logistics processes.
Import / Export Management
This course introduces the elements of import and export operations from transportation to documentation, finance, and security and the effects these have, on the global supply chain.
Human Resource Management
Introduce the basic principles of human resource management in organizations and the processes that can have a potential negative or positive impact in the overall productivity of employees, working both as individuals and in groups.
Business Law and its relevance in Logistics
The course covers the basics of Business Law and reviews, its relevance and applications in Supply Chain Logistics.
Advanced Global Logistics
This course covers the advanced application of global operations and logistics strategies, planning, technology, risk and management necessary to cope with the global business environment.
Practical Training I
Students will have practice in industrial, commercial and administrative organisations. Over a period of 12 weeks, students will have the opportunity to observe and take notes of relevant to their areas key aspects, tools and systems as they are implemented in the organisation they are at.
Warehouse Management Systems Software
This course provides for a basic understanding of the practices and technologies used in a Warehousing Management System (WMS) software in order to optimize the warehouse operations within the supply chain network of an organization.
Business Strategy and Policy
Help students analyse, evaluate and synthesize critical aspects of business strategy into a form that can be implemented and managed. An overview of the guidelines, rules and procedures that are established in order to provide support to the stated strategic objectives of an organization, will also be provided through this course.
Operations & Project Management
Teach and train students in the theory and practice of operations and project management, through reviewing and clarifying concepts of operations strategy, competitive advantage, designing operations, managing operations and quantitative theories / practices.
Statistical Analysis & Interpretation
Introduce and train students in software based statistical data entry and analysis. This course is useful for individuals coming from different fields and positions, such as economists, managers, consultants. The role that research can have on the interpretation of statistical data will also be examined.
Corporate Social Responsibility & Sustainable Development
Teach, train and sensitize students to the theory and the reality of corporate social responsibilities especially the ones associated with the beginning of the new millennium and thereafter. Furthermore, this course aims to help students understand the role of business in the context of the wider society and future challenges, such as sustainable development.
Logistics Final Project Write-up & Presentation
The final project of this programme comprises building a business plan for a chosen venture or business project of the student's choice. Students learn the basics on how to collect data and how to analyze data by means of a statistical software package, learn how to do advanced data analysis and finally, learn how to integrate data and findings into a coherent business.
Practical Training II
The "Practical Training II" course comes in succession of the "Practical Training I" course as part of this programme of study. Over a period of 12 weeks, students will have the opportunity to observe and take notes of, relevant to their areas, key aspects, tools and systems as they are implemented in the organisation they are at. This will also form the basis of their Final Project, for the successful completion of the course.
Concentration in Food Management Logistics
European Food Regulations and Laws
This course introduces students to European food regulation and law and their effect on food produces, sellers and providers.
Food Quality Control
This course reviews stage by stage quality control aspects which accompany the food logistic process from production to consumption. The formal regulatory and legal issues pertaining to the quality control are covered in other courses.
Food Supply Chain Logistics
The course provides a comprehensive overview of the entirety of food supply chain. The course covers all aspects of the subject of food supply, the largest most pervasive and most complex supply chain in the world.
Food Warehouse Logistics
The course is divided into two parts. The first part provides an overview of warehouse logistics and management and places warehousing within the frame of the overall supply chain network. The second part of the course introduces specific elements on food which impact on the warehousing of food products, its storage and its distribution.
Food Storage Logistics
The course covers short and long term food storage under various conditions. It focuses on the global nature of food production and the emphasis on preservation under proper conditions. The sensitivity of food and drugs to various climate temperature conditions and expiration dates are explored.
Coordinator of the Programme: Marina Konstantinou
Office: 5 Kallipolis Avenue, 1055 Nicosia
Students with difficulties in English that do not meet the admission criteria for English language are required to attend and complete the Foundation Course before joining any main programme of study. The duration of the Foundation Course usually lasts (1)one or up to (2)two semesters.
The main objective of the Foundation Course is to provide the necessary knowledge and English language skills required to ensure that students are eligible and prepared to follow their main academic programme of choice.
The Foundation Course is offered three times a year in October, February and June.
By successfully completing the Foundation course, a certificate of attendance will be issued.
* Important note: At the end of the Foundation Course, no credit, transcript or any qualification will be issued and/or given.
|Techniques in Writing||4|
|Introduction to Computers||2|
|*PPW: Periods per week. Duration of the teaching period: 55 minutes|
This course introduces non-Greek speaking students to the use of Greek Language in their everyday life, teaching them basic grammar and vocabulary.
Techniques in Writing
This course aims to help students use written English in real-life situations. It is designed to build the student’s ability to communicate their ideas in written form. The content is carefully selected to motivate students and stimulate learning.
This course aims to teach new students the basic structures of English and to demonstrate how English is used in real-life situations, enabling students to use it in meaningful contexts. It is designed to build the student’s ability to communicate their ideas fluently, accurately and confidently. The content is carefully selected to motivate students and stimulate learning.
Introduction to Computers
This course prepare students to become informed and proficient users of computers, to understand the main concepts of Information Technology (IT) and to acquire knowledge and skills in using the basic functions of a computer processor.
This course aims to help students understand how English is used in real-life situations, thus enabling them to use the language in oral contexts. The course adopts a communicative approach to learning and as a result students are given the opportunity to practice in developing their competence in English.