DEPARTMENT OF TRADE BUSINESS AND LOGISTICS
Department of Trade Business and Logistics started its activity in 2009. Today, The Trade Business and Logistics Department offers a robust Bachelor programs “Wholesale and retail trade” and “Logistics activities” (Specialty “Entrepreneurship, Trade and Stock Exchange Activity”). At the graduate level we offer Master’s program in Wholesale and retail organizing.
There are 12 lecturers at the department: 3 - doctors of economic science, professors; 8 – candidates of economic science, associate professors; 1 – candidates of technical science, associate professors.
Our strength is our strong commitment to an open and inclusive intellectual atmosphere. The Trade Business and Logistics Department lecturers have a considerable practical and scientific work experience, which enables them to effectively provide lecture, practical and other types of lessons from 21 disciplines, among which the leading place is occupied by: Trade business, Organizing of trade, Logistics, Logistics management, Sales management and merchandizing, Trading objects design, Transport-forwarding activities, Organizing of multimodal transportation, Business process management in trade, Supply chain management, Logistics systems design, Optimizing of logistics solutions, Information technologies and systems in logistics, etc. Furthermore, leading lecturers mentor and guide the graduate students in preparation and presentation of their qualification works (projects).
In their work on training specialists, we are guided by world standards, are actively working on improving the educational process, enriching its content in accordance with contemporary requirements, introducing innovative technologies and teaching methods; create conditions for comprehensive training of specialists, obtaining modern knowledge. We also work closely with the business community through our Executive Education team by providing training and professional development opportunities. The Department concluded agreements on cooperation with such leading domestic enterprises as:
The Department provides the educational process at the university with methodological developments with the disciplines attached to it, namely: syllabus and curriculums, compendiums, situational tasks, case studies, other types of practical classes, etc. Much of the discipline is provided by author's textbooks and tutorials.
The Department has got an appropriate material and technical base – computers of the new generation, equipment for visual support of lectures and practical classes, which provides the modern level of educational process and organizing of students’ research. The lecturers of the Department actively implement the leading information technologies and computer programs in the educational process: TMS "Ant-logistics", UIS WMS, ScetchUp 3D, ERwin Process Modeller, AnyLogic etc.
Lecturers of the Department constantly undertake internship in the leading institutions of higher education of the EU countries, namely: Suceava University named after. Stefan cel Mare (Suceava, Romania), May 2018, Higher School of Socio-Economic Development in Przeworsk (Poland, Przeworsk) February 2018, Université Grenoble Alpes (Grenoble, France) May 2018, etc. Lecturers of the Department take part in the teaching of disciplines in English speaking programs.
Lecturers of the Department together with the students carry out scientific work: research, take part in scientific forums, conferences, roundtable discussions pertaining to relevant logistics development issues, trade business in Ukraine, supervise the postgraduate students. Results of research are regularly highlighted in monographs, textbooks, scientific papers, and international scientific and practical conferences theses.
Head of the Department - doctor of economic science, professor Nataliia Ilchenko.