DMI726 Master Thesis

Code DMI726
Name Master Thesis
Status Graduation Test
Level and type Post-graduate Studies, Academic
Faculty Department of Modelling and Simulation
Academic staff Jurijs Merkurjevs
Credit points 20.0 (30.0 ECTS)
Parts 1
Annotation Master’s Thesis is developed in the field covered by the Logistics and Supply Chain Management Study Programme on certain topics, in particular, logistics information systems, electronic commerce technologies in logistics, theoretical or research work for acquiring and applying new management, modelling, information analysis, evaluation and choice methods in the LSCM field..
Goals and objectives
of the course in terms
of competences and skills
The goal of Master Thesis is to confirm the student's skill to solve problems unassisted and to carry out research work in the LSCM area and the ability to use modern information technology resources like hardware, software and methodologies in the LSCM field, using analytical, mathematical, optimization, management, modelling, decision making and other methods in applied problem solving as well as to show the student's maturity as applied to further studies within higher level graduate programs.
Learning outcomes
and assessment
Ability to plan and perform research in the LSCM field according to research supervisor instructions - a positive assessment of supervisor and reviewer
Ability to carry out an analytical research within the context of the LSCM Study Programme on the individually assigned topic and defend their own scientific findings argumentatively - a positive decision of the final examination commission on research compliance with the requirements of an academic master’s degree

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