Management and development of intralogistics T100DL55-3003 10.09.2020-31.12.2020 5 credits(T1520S6)+-
Learning outcomes of the course
This course equips the student with professional understanding of today’s solutions in intra logistics systems in e.g. production systems, and especially their impact on the productivity and profitability of the business. The competences in developing efficient functions and assessing the feasibility together with technical merits is emphasized. The student gains understanding and skills to utilize modern tools in the development and assessment of alternative solutions to problems while improving business processes.
• Packaging, palletising and conveying products
• Storage systems
• Load preparation, staging and loading
• Control systems and integration with other systems
• Discrete event simulation and its applications in assessing logistic systems
• Logistics investments and their feasibility
• Logistic systems as competitive advantage
The coursework meets with several of the six criteria below. The assignment shows satisfactory performance in three or more of the criteria.
The following criteria are used for assessing the IM Master’s coursework (lecture involvement, discussion, written assignments and discussion leaders).
•The student shows an understanding of the relevant course content in relation to the contents of the articles, lectures and discussion.
•Student texts/presentations demonstrate an understanding of the source/article/lecture content and an ability to select, interpret and justify key messages in a grounded manner.
•The student shows interconnections between the proposed concepts and current business practice, showing abilities of reflection, evaluation and discussion.
•The student shows professional initiative, active participation and responsibility in both individual and team work.
• The student shows the ability to collect valid knowledge for his/her topic from outside the course sources by using scholarly search tools, by questioning current business practice and by practicing source critique.
•Student assignment is written in line with academic writing practice and instructions for Master’s Thesis, using the Harvard Referencing system, with references both in the text as well as reference list. The texts are written in coherent, fluent English.
The coursework meets with most of the above criteria.
Additionally the assignment shows good quality performance in three or more of the criteria or otherwise good interpretation
The coursework meets with all the above six criteria. Additionally the assignment shows excellence in three or more of the above criteria or otherwise deviating excellence.
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10.09.2020 - 31.12.2020
02.07.2020 - 31.07.2020
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School of ICT
Master's Degree Programme in Industrial Management