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Logistics Management Cultivation Schemes
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Logistics Management Cultivation Schemes

1. Basic information

Specialty code: 120601

   Major name (Chinese): 物流管理

   Major name (English): Logistics Management

   Length of study: 4 years

   Degree-granting: Bachelor of Management

Major advantages and characteristics: Logistics management is the organic combination of management, economics, computer science, information science and technology, and it has the characteristics of multidisciplinary cross. The major mainly cultivates applied management talents. To form its advantages and characteristics, logistics management also focus on the combination of theory and practice, and the cultivation of students’  interpersonal skills,, writing ability and team-working spirit.

2. Education Objective

Logistics management cultivates students to satisfy the needs of the development of China's socialist modernization. These students are fully developed in beauty, intelligence and physique. The graduates have high moral and cultural accomplishment, innovation spirit and practice ability. And they also have solid theory basis of foreign language, mathematics, computer basis, economic, management, information, and related discipline. They are familiar with modern logistics operation mode and regulations while having strong computer and information management technology application ability. In a word, they are applied senior managing personnel who can work on logistics system planning, logistics business operation and management.

3. Education Standard

Through four years’ system learning and training, graduates shall obtain the following knowledge and ability as shown in the table.

First class indicator

Second class indicator

Third class indicator

1.Technical knowledge and the humanistic literacy

1.1Basic knowledge

1.1.1 Knowledge of natural science

1.1.2 Knowledge of humanities and social science

1.1.3 Knowledge of economic management

1.2 Core engineering foundation

1.2.1 Basic theory and experimental skills of logistics management

1.2.2 Basic theory and experimental skills of logistics information technology

1.3 Physical and psychological quality

1.3.1 Physical quality

1.3.2 Psychological quality

2.Personal ability, professional ability and attitude

2.1 Engineering reasoning and problem solving ability

2.1.1 Found, analysis and describe the problem

2.1.2 Put forward the methods and suggestions to solve the problem

2.1.3 Analyze the uncertainty of the problem

2.2 Personal ability required to master engineering practice

2.2.1 Ability of integrating and applying knowledge

2.2.2 Practical ability of operation

2.2.5 Ability of querying and retrieving technical literature

2.3 Professional ability of engineering practice

2.3.1 Professional ethics, integrity and sense of responsibility

2.3.2 Enthusiasm of planning personal career

2.3.3 Ability of lifelong learning

3. Interpersonal skill, team-working and communication skill

3.1 Team-working skill

3.1.1 Sense of team spirit and cooperation

3.1.2 Ability of forming or actively participating in the team

3.1.3 Ability of leading or collaboration within the team

3.2 Interpersonal skill

3.2.1 Ability of obtaining communication strategies and skills

3.2.2 Ability of proceeding effective communication in the form of writing , multimedia, charts, and speaking

3.3 Foreign language communication skill

3.3.1 Ability of proceeding effective communication in oral and written English

3.3.2 Professional English communication skills

4. Concept, design, implement and operate system under the environment of enterprise and society

4.1 The external environment and social background

4.1.1 Be familiar with the guidelines, policies, laws and regulations related to the logistics industry

4.1.2 Notice individual’s social norms, roles and responsibilities

4.1.3 Have positive and healthy values

4.2 Enterprise and business environment

4.2.1 Be familiar with and master the enterprise culture, enterprise strategy, goal and plan

4.2.2 Able to convert the role of individuals in a team, and work in an organization

4.3 Systematic design and engineering

4.3.1 Able to understand or design system objectives and requirements, define function, concept and structure

4.3.2 Participate in or organize design, implementation and operation

4. Curriculum structure and graduation credits minimum requirements

Course modules

Quantity of course*

Graduation credits minimum requirements

Credits

Credits proportion*

Public basic course

Compulsory course

19

60.5

35.6%

Elective course

/

7

4.1%

Discipline basic course

Compulsory course

10

27.5

16.2%

Elective course

9

10

12.4%

Professional course

Compulsory course

9

23.5

13.8%

Elective course

8

8

10.6%

Practice teaching project

Compulsory course

8

26.5

15.6%

Elective course

2

2

1.2%

Innovative undertaking education project

5

2.9%

Sum

65

170

100.0%

* Notice: 1. quantity of course:fill in all the available courses with elective course.

        2. credits proportion calculation: credit/ graduation credits requirements*100%. Using graduation credits minimum requirements when calculate elective courses’ credits proportion.

The main professional core courses:

Introduction to Principles of Economics, Principles of Management, Logistics Introduction, Supply Chain Management, Production and Operation Management, Transportation Management, Purchasing and Warehouse Management, Logistics Information System, Graduation Practice, Graduation Thesis (Design).

5. Practice teaching

1). Statistical table of practice teaching

 

Practice Project

Course Period*

Course Period proportion *

Remark

Course practice

Class containing experiment

220

8.1%

 

Class containing internship

76

2.8%

 

Independent experimental curriculum

96

3.5%

 

Integrated practice

Engineering practice

32

1.2%

 

Enterprise practice

32

1.2%

 

Professional Practice

40

1.4%

 

Graduation Practice

64

2.4%

 

Graduation Thesis (Design)

160

5.9%

 

Innovation and entrepreneurship education

80

2.9%

 

Sum

800

29.4%

 

*Notice:1. Course Period: number of week*16. Elective courses’ course period can be calculated by maximum of practice period. 

2. Proportion calculation: each course period/ total course period*100%.

 

2). Innovative entrepreneurial education project

  Students are required to complete five innovative entrepreneurial education projects credits, including career planning and employment guidance course (1credit ).

6. Cultivate standard decomposition and implementation table ( See the attachment ).

7. The curriculum and teaching process schedule.

8. Other instructions

  This cultivation scheme is revised under the guidance of Ministry of Education of Higher School Logistics Class Teaching Steering Committee’s ‘professional knowledge’, ‘practical curriculum knowledge system’, ‘ability system and quality system’ principles, combined with the University’s reality.

  We also suggest that students to pay more attention to basic courses learning, clear professional characteristics, according to the target learning plan to complete the course election, continuously broaden and deepen the learning of knowledge.

 

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