Humanitarian Logistics

The track in humanitarian logistics, within the Hanken masters programme, provides you with a distinct competitive edge by applying logistics and supply chain management concepts to the humanitarian context.

Why Humanitarian Logistics?

Studying humanitarian logistics will help you understand the needs of a society and contribute to its resilience. You will learn how to apply logistics and supply chain management to the humanitarian context by designing and managing supply chains on a strategic and operational level. The skillset will prepare you to work together with organisations, both governmental and non-governmental, anywhere in the world.

 

In a nutshell

  • 120 credits, 2 years of full-time study
  • Language: English
  • Next application round opens: 1 November 2018
  • Degree: MSc in Economics and Business Administration
  • Location: Helsinki, Finland

 

Study structure

Year 1 Fall

Strategic and Sustainable Organisations
Supply Chain Risk and Resilience
Corporate Responsibility Across Business Studies
Service and Customer Management
 

Year 1 Spring

Research Seminar
Humanitarian Logistics
Project course in Corporate Social Responsibility

One of the following:
Qualitative Methods in Business Studies
Multivariate Data Analysis
 

Year 2 Fall

Master's Thesis Seminar (can be taken in the summer to speed up graduation)
Free choice of language studies

 

Year 2 Spring

Opportunity for exchange studies abroad
Master's thesis

Graduation in June

 

Upon Graduation You Will Have

  • a solid foundation of management expertise, with market- and customer-oriented strategic thinking
  • be equipped with a variety of perspectives on corporate sustainability questions
  • the tools to apply independent and critical thinking to decision-making

 

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