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Logistics Management

Semester 6 Semester
Winter semester
Without admission restriction.


The Rhine-Main region is not only a central hub and transshipment hub for goods and people within Europe, but also an important production location. In this context, it is logistics that is particularly important, which is growing disproportionately in the Rhine-Main area and covers all goods and transport processes before, during and after the production process, trade and even after product use. This requires well-qualified logistics experts who are able to cope with the constantly growing complexity and increasing customer requirements. As part of the Bachelor's degree programme in Logistics Management, students learn to understand and manage the process of planning, designing and controlling the flow of materials and information between suppliers and customers. The degree programme trains logistics specialists with broad-based and cross-industry competences. You can find more in-depth information about the degree programme on the website of the Department of Business (German).



The logistics market offers good career prospects regionally, nationally and internationally. The degree in Logistics Management enables graduates to independently take on responsible tasks in the logistics-relevant areas of industrial and commercial companies, in the service sector and in consulting. This includes, for example, the areas of:

  • Materials management
  • order processing
  • scheduling
  • purchasing
  • Production planning and control
  • Management in warehouses
  • Supply Chain Management

Building on the Bachelor's degree, the following Master's programmes are possible:
Business Administration - Master of Science


Qualifications and competences for these fields of activity are taught in the modules of the Bachelor's degree programme Logistics Management. The curriculum includes seminars, lectures, excursions as well as project and practical phases. The Bachelor's degree qualifies students for a profession, but also enables them to transfer to Master's degree programmes (see diagram). A detailed description of the study contents can be found in the module manual (in german).


The Logistics Management degree programme is subject to limited admission (NC). The following degrees, among others, are valid as admission prerequisites:

  • General higher education entrance qualification
  • Subject-related higher education entrance qualification valid in Hesse
  • University of Applied Sciences entrance qualification valid in Hesse

A detailed description of the admission requirements can be found in the Special Provisions of the Examination Regulations (BBPO) (German).

Registration deadline (German certificate)