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Education

In this section, you find information about our courses. Furthermore, you find details on how to apply for seminars, Bachelor Thesis, Master Thesis and currently offered topics.

Our teaching is characterized by broad diversity in its delivery. The following points are particularly important to us:

  • Blending lectures with practical exercises and software tutorials (e.g., training in optimization programming languages as part of the Management Science class)
  • Interactive and multimedia course design (e.g., the use of interactive tutorials in supply chain planning to illustrate SAP planning modules)
  • Guest lectures from corporate and scientific partners and company visits to supplement the curriculum
  • The use of case studies and project work as an adjunct to teaching.

Courses

We currently offer the following courses within the Bachelor’s and Master’s programs. The start of the different courses is subjective to student applications and available resources. Specification of the syllabus and entire study program will be developed in close consultation with colleagues in the faculty to provide the best possible support of students.

Summer term 2019

Method-oriented courses

  • Production and Logistics
    • Lecture 1/2: LV-Nr LV0000005040
    • Lecture 2/2: LV-Nr LV0000004808
  • Modelling and Optimization
    • Lecture: LV-Nr LV0000004188
Application-oriented courses

  • Supply Chain Simulation
    • Lecture: LV-Nr LV0000005106
    • Seminar: LV-Nr LV0000005107
  • Case Study Seminar in Supply Chain Management
    • Seminar: LV-Nr LV0000000792

Winter term 2019/2020

Method-oriented courses

  • Management Science
  • Object-oriented Programming
Application-oriented courses

  • Project studies

Summer term 2019

Method-oriented courses

  • Optimization in OPL
    • Lecture: LV-Nr LV0000004188
Application-oriented courses

  • Supply Chain Business Game
    • Lecture: LV-Nr LV0000005106
  • Advanced Seminar in Supply and Value Chain Management
    • Lecture: LV-Nr LV0000002590

Winter term 2018/2019

Method-oriented courses

  • Operations Research
Application-oriented courses

  • Advanced Seminar in Supply and Value Chain Management

Bachelor & Master Thesis

If you are interested in writing your Bachelor or Master Thesis at our Chair, please reach out to Barbara Roth with the topics you are interested in, your background and experiences, and courses you have taken so far.

Contact

Chair of Supply and Value Chain Management

Am Essigberg 3
94315 Straubing

Chair

Prof. Dr. rer. pol. Alexander Hübner

Team Assistant

Barbara Roth

Phone: +49 (0) 9421 6007481
Mail: b.roth@tum.de