This Concentration is designed to offer knowledge in the field of supply chain management and to build candidates’ capacities, in all of its major components namely: packaging, warehousing, procurement, transportation, inventory, and physical distribution management. Manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers, public warehouse firms, freight forwarders as well as public and private transportation firms carry out the distribution and logistics management activities with heavy dependence on innovative technological breakthroughs in this field. Globalization, the increasing demand for the movement of goods across the world, and the applied knowledge required by the candidates will be the focal learning points for the candidates.
The Faculty of Business Administration and Economics (FBAE) is an accredited member of AACSB International—The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. AACSB accreditation is known, worldwide, as the longest-standing, most recognized form of specialized accreditation that an institution and its business programs can earn. Accreditation is a voluntary, nongovernmental process that includes a rigorous external review of a school's mission, faculty qualifications, curricula, and ability to provide the highest-quality programs.
Applicants must pass the Lebanese Baccalaureate Part II (any strand) or its equivalent as identified by the Lebanese Ministry of Education and Higher Education (MEHE). An applicant is accepted if he or she fulfills all the University admission requirements. In addition, there are three states of selection to the BBA, acceptance, conditional acceptance, and rejection. Students may be assigned MAT 105 as a remedial course in light of their composite scores. All first-year applicants must complete the Admission Requirements.
Students seeking a Bachelor of Business Administration in Distribution and Logistics
Management must complete a total of 92 credits with an overall average of at least 2.0/4.0
and a minimum average of 2.3/4.0 in the core and concentration requirements. These 92 credits are divided into:.