Graduates of Logistics Engineering and Supply Chain will demonstrate the following during the first few years after graduation, the ability…
PEO # 1: Career
…to work as professionals within engineering or related areas, and/or participate in research and development in science, engineering, technology and entrepreneurship.
PEO #2: Practice
…to practice Logistics Engineering in the design, improvement and implementation of logistics networks, drawing upon the collaborative work and effective communication.
PEO #3: Continuous Learning
…to expand continuously their skill-set and knowledge, if required, through independent study or high-level training such as professional certifications or graduate studies.
PEO #4: Engagement and Social Accountability
…to achieve and maintain positions of influence in their organizations, from which they demonstrate a strong social commitment starting with the assessment of the impacts derived of their decisions.