A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.
In order to teach logistics management and strategy effectively, shipping management coursework typically covers transportation policies, international trade, and shipping operations management. A background in analytical problem solving, finance, and macroeconomics is also helpful.
Distance learning is a method of delivering education to students who are not physically present on campus. Various studies have shown that distance learning programmes can be as efficient and effective as conventional classroom programmes sometimes even better!
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Specifically in the master's degree with the Specialty of Intermodal Transport of Goods the objectives are: Acquiring skill for the analysis, study of alternatives, design and implementation of solutions of intermodal transport of goods that take advantage of the intercommunication of the railroad networks, airport roads and ports. Know how to analyze the relevant factors in the planning, operations and operation of each of the nodes of the multimodal network, such as the types and characteristics of maritime terminals, railways, logistics nodes and airports, as well as the systems and subsystems in each one of them (automation, control facilities, flows, etc.). [+]
Structuralia presents the Master's degree in advanced management of the promotion and exploitation of infrastructures is a European Official Masters approved by the Spanish government on November 30, 2016 with File No. 9253/2016 and ID Title 4316133 , whose curriculum has been verified by the Council of Universities of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Spanish state by resolution dated March 22, 2017, who submits to the Government the proposal for establishing the official title and registration in the RUCT, and whose approval by agreement of the Council of Ministers is published in the Official State Gazette.
It is approved in the 47 member countries of the European Space of Higher Education (EHEA), Common space ratified in the declaration of Bologna of 1999.... [-]