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Construction and Practice of Applied Llogistics Management Undergraduate Curriculum System Under the New Logistics Professional Ability

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DOI: 10.23977/ICISCETC2023.003


Guanping Hou

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Guanping Hou


Through the investigation of logistics management majors in some universities, the interview of relevant experts and the investigation of logistics management graduates as the main research objects, based on comprehensive analysis, it is found that the basic course of the subject plays an important role in the career development of the interviewees. Software operation ability, experimental operation and other practical skills are of great help to graduation internship and job hunting; The improvement of learning ability is beneficial to students' career development; A longer internship (e.g., more than one month) will help students master practical methods. In order to meet the requirements of the new logistics professional ability, it is necessary to improve the original training program of logistics management professionals greatly, so that the original "theoretical" training program becomes an application-oriented, practical and practical training program, so that the talent-training program is more in line with the needs of professional development. Try to change from teachers "teaching" talent-training mode to students "ability" talent training mode. The revised training program pays special attention to the improvement of students' learning ability and the mastery of practical operation ability, which is conducive to students' adapting to the needs of work and future career development as soon as possible. At the same time, it also change the current situation that students cannot choose elective courses in the original talent-training program to real elective courses, so that students can choose more suitable elective courses according to their interests and development direction.


Applied logistics management, Undergraduate major, Curriculum system, Construction and practice

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