Logistik, Infrastruktur und Mobilität

Two-year Master of Science course

Efficient delivery of goods, persons and services to satisfy deadlines and customers is now a critical success factor in the production of complex products in globally networked companies. Logistics specialists control and design the flows within and between business enterprises. Logistics requires a functioning transport infrastructure, which is also a prerequisite for the mobility of persons. Transport systems give human beings access to workplaces, educational institutions, leisure and shopping facilities. Therefore, the efficient and environmentally friendly movement of persons and goods is an important future challenge in a society based on the division of labor.

The design and control of networked logistics systems from both the micro- and macroeconomic viewpoint requires in particular the ability to understand complex interrelations, appropriate method and process competence, and the requisite knowledge of engineering, economics, and fundamental social parameters. The interdisciplinary Master Program in Logistics, Infrastructure and Mobility therefore follows an engineering orientation, imparts the necessary economic knowledge, and enables students to specialize in either Production and Logistics or Transport and Mobility. For the first time, this program links the two promising subjects Logistics and Transport, which are often planned separately, thereby opening up new career prospects.

Further Information:

All admission modalities are laid down in the Satzung über das Studium (Statutes on Studying at the TUHH).

All Information about required precognitions can be found here.

The Module Handbook describes the concrete difinitions of a programm's modules and the educational objectives. They also give information about content, recommended precognitions and preparation literature 

The basic conditions of TUHH examinations are regulated by the General Provisions (ASPO) and the current regulation and course plan (FSPO).

For further information, please see the Logistics, Infrastructure and Mobility program home page.