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- This program is primarily aimed at graduates with a general or subject-specific university entrance qualification or a technical college entrance qualification and is embedded in the fields of economics, law, management and leadership.
The lectures take place for the most part in presence and online. Study materials are made available to students to enable asynchronous self-organized learning. Lecture-free period phases during the summer and Christmas periods.
in-depth expert knowledge
The team of lecturers in the program includes both top-class scientists and experienced practitioners. In this way, well-founded information from science and research is combined with a high degree of practical relevance.
Participants in this course come from a wide variety of fields and can greatly benefit from diverse learning groups, to expand their horizon. We offer interdisciplinary exchange in a relaxed atmosphere.
The full-time bachelor course „Supply Chain Management“ is three years long. During the six semesters, the lectures and exercises take place. The 6th semester also serves the preparation of the bachelor thesis. The Bachelor examination consists of two parts. The first part of the Bachelor‘s examination consists of exams for modules 1 to 30 (module exams) of the degree program and consists of a total of 170 credit points. The first part of the Bachelor‘s program covers 1,980 attendance hours (without internship). The second part of the Bachelor‘s examination includes the preparation of the Bachelor‘s thesis including the defense (colloquium) in the 6th semester. For this second part, 10 credit points are acquired. The ability to independently work on a subject-specific task according to scientific methods within a specified period of time is demonstrated. The course teaches knowledge and skills in the areas of quantitative education, business administration and economics, business informatics, specific knowledge in supply chain management and soft skills.
In order to provide the skills and knowledge described above, the Bachelor‘s program is divided into the following five areas:
Overview of the study contents
- Descriptive statistics and statistical inference
- Operations Research
- Big Data Analytics
- Operational and strategic management
- Investment and financing
- Organization and Change Management
- Human Resource Management
- Quality management
- Project and process management
- Knowledge and Information Management International economic relations
- Managerial Economics
- Information Systems and E-Business
- Digitization in the supply chain
- Logistics with SAP
Basics and in-depth knowledge of
- Procurement management
- Production planning and control
- Material flow systems and intra-logistics
This study program is primarily aimed at graduates with a general or subject-specific university entrance qualification or advanced technical college entrance qualification and is embedded in the fields of economics, law, management and leadership. The application documents must be submitted in written form.
Admission requirements for studying at the DIU
Prof. Dr. Rainer Lasch
Prof. Dr. Rainer Lasch,
Chair of Business Management, esp. Logistics, Technische Universität Dresden
Prof. Dr. Thomas Günther,
Chair of Business Managment, esp. Managment Accounting and Control, Technische Universität Dresden
Prof. Dr. Roy Fritzsche,
Chair of Transport Business Managment and Logistics, staatliche Berufsakademie Glauchau
Prof. Dr. Frank Schirmer,
Chair of Business Management, esp. Organisation, Technische Universität Dresden
Prof Dr. Ulrike Stopka,
Chair of Infomation and Communication Business Managment & Economics, Technische Universität Dresden
Prof. Dr. Thorsten Schmidt,
Chair of Technical Logsitcs, Technische Universität Dresden
Prof. Dr. Alexander Kemnitz,
Chair of Economics, esp. Economic Policy and Economic Research, Technische Universität Dresden
Prof. Dr. Udo Buscher,
Chair of Business Management, esp. Industrial Management, Technische Universität Dresden
Prof. Dr. Norbert Wagener,
Extraordinary Professor, WSL Poznan (University of Logistics), Senior Consultant at Consultancy for logistics, transport and service
Prof Dr. Jörn Schönberger,
Chair of Transport Service and Logistics, Technische Universität Dresden
Prof. Dr. Holger Müller,
Chair of Business Managment, esp. Supply Chain Management, HTWK Leipzig
Prof. Dr. Edeltraud Günther,
Chair of Business Management, esp. Sustainability Management and Environmental Accouting, Technische Universität Dresden
- Program Directors
- Prof. Dr. Rainer Lasch
- Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)
- Place of study:
- Program start:
- 36 months, incl. Bachelor Thesis
- Credit points:
- 180 Points
- Program type:
- Full time
- Tuition fees:
- Contact us for more information.