This focal area aims to prepare you for the wide variety of challenging logistics and supply chain
job opportunities that exists worldwide in the public sector and private businesses. From the largest
vehicle manufacturing company to the smallest producer, and any business buying or selling
products – they all require people with logistics and supply chain skills who can plan, organise and
control logistics and supply chain activities, both locally and internationally. Service organisations
(for example hospitals and restaurants) also utilise logistics and supply chain management to make
sure that their clients are properly served.
Logistics and Supply Chain Management is presented at second- and third-year level and can be followed as a major subject in most BCom programmes. Logistics and Supply Chain Management can also be taken as a major subject in the BAgric and BScAgric programmes in the Faculty of AgriSciences.
Please consult the official Economic and Management Sciences Yearbook for more information regarding subject combinations and requirements.