Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

Minor in Cargo Logistics and Transport

This minor is aimed at students who wish to expand their training in the area of ​​Transportation Engineering.

Throughout the program, students will obtain a general knowledge of the main elements and trade-offs in the design and operation of logistics networks and the ability to develop and solve quantitative models that support decision-making in logistics systems.

Students enrolled in a program other than the Major in Transportation Systems may take this minor.

Required Courses

  • ICS1113 Optimization
  • ICS2123 Stochastic Models
  • ICT2233 Network Flows
  • ICT2904 Transportation Systems Engineering

Elective Courses (*)

  • ICS2133 Stochastic System Simulation or ICS3723 Simulation
  • ICS3223 Logistics Management
  • ICT2443 Logistics Engineering
  • ICT2303 Technology of Transportation Modes
  • ICT3463 Advanced Methods in Transport and Logistics Systems
  • ICT3352 Queuing Theory (**)
  • ICT3454 Logistics Systems Analysis  (**)
  • ICT3464 Vehicle Routing
  • ICT298X Research or Project
  • IIC2115 Programming as a Tool for Engineering

(*) If any of the required courses have been previously taken, the necessary courses from the list must be approved to complete the 50 credits required by this minor.

(**) Because this course has 5 credits, they must be approved in conjunction with the ICT3352 – Queue Theory or ICT3454 – Analysis of Logistics Systems, as is appropriate.

The list of courses is subject to modifications according to the academic planning in effect at the time of course registration. Remember to always be informed of the latest updates to the Study Programs.