Master's Programme in Innovation and Logistics
The recent global crisis and digital transformation have challenged businesses all over the world and opened the need for professionals with unique multidisciplinary skills, adaptability, open-mindedness and the ability to manage business innovatively, digitally and sustainably.
The new Master's Programme in Innovation and Logistics is specifically designed to address the economic challenges and global digital transformation to prepare students for leading management positions in innovation, logistics and entrepreneurship.
The programme employs experiential learning and integrates the best theoretical academic approaches to teaching with real business challenges provided by global and local industrial companies. In your studies, you will combine business, industrial management and engineering and will apply your knowledge directly to corporate challenges. In this unique Master's programme, you will gain a solid background in logistics and innovation management, quantitative and qualitative analytical skills, practical problem-solving techniques, and abilities to identify and solve complex challenges in today's networked business world.
In this programme, you will develop your competences in business decision-making for innovation and logistics, creative and innovative thinking, and collaboration and networking skills. These are what you need to succeed globally and to execute any digital transformations and sustainability strategies in organisations with an entrepreneurial mindset.
The programme suits both Bachelor's graduates and people with work experience. The programme applies a hybrid approach – a combination of online and contact teaching. Core and advanced courses will be organised as intensive teaching, individual work, seminars and case studies, but minor studies will follow LUT's university regular teaching schedule.
Innovation and Logistics
Master of Science in Technology
120 ECTS credits
Tuition fees and scholarships
EUR 13 500 Non-EU/EEA students
LUT School of Engineering Science
1 December 2021 − 19 January 2022 at 15:00 (UTC+2)