Jarosław Świda, PhD
Cracow University of Economics
27 Rakowicka St., 31-510 Cracow, Poland
Phone: +48 12 293 516 5; Fax: +48 12 2 935 017
The development of the logistics sector in Poland has contributed the rapid development of logistics education in the country in recent years. The growing demand for employees with logistics meant that more and more universities launched faculties and departments related to this field. Universities logistics personnel are trained in bachelors and master’s degree majoring in logistics and logistics of various specializations offered in the economic and technical fields of study. As part of the currently valid classification of occupations Polish labour market needs also in the group of occupations engineers for the industry and recognized profession logistics. One of the fields of studies educating engineers just such a major in Management and Production Engineering. This direction should be the area of education in the social science and engineering, with learning outcomes leading to a vocational engineering competence. The aim of the work is the presentation of the learning outcomes of education in the profession of logistics developed for this direction led to the Department of Commodity Science at Cracow University of Economics.
Key words: logistics education, professions, learning outcomes
Last Update: August 23, 2016