Organizational Behavior (OB) is the study of the way people interact within groups. Normally this subject is applied in an attempt to create more efficient business organizations/ Industries. The central idea of the above subject of organizational behavior is that a scientific approach can be applied to the management of workers. Organizational behavior theories are used for human resource purposes to maximize the output from individual group members within organizations/institutions/companies…etc.


Production and Inventory Control

This program allows students to develop specialized technical knowledge and expertise in production and inventory management techniques and trends, such as production planning, material and capacity requirements planning, manufacturing excellence, Just-in-Time, and systems and technologies. With this increased expertise, students will enhance their ability to predict outcomes accurately and apply actions that achieve results and lead to improved productivity and increased competitiveness. 


This course is for anyone whose role requires them to directly manage others. It’s useful for anyone who hasn't had formal management training or is relatively new to management, but can also provide a refresher for those with more experience, particularly learners who want to explore best practice for communicating, motivating and leading a team. The core management skills covered can be applied to almost any management role or industry sector/ TLM.


Transport economics

Is the study of the allocation of transportation resources in order to meet the needs of a society.

MODULE TEAM: william mudahemuka

Business Logistics Management


To introduce process and functions of physical distribution system, To introduce major building blocks, functions, business process, performance metrics and decision making in supply chain network and,To provide an insight into the role of Internet Technologies and electronic commerce in supply chain management

MODULE TEAM: Egide Igabe

Transport Terminal Management Unit

Course Objectives

The course provides students with an introduction to the structure, organization, and operation of modern airport and seaport, including current issues and challenges.

Topics to be covered

1.              Introduction, Organization and structure

2.              Airport and Seaport layout

3.              Airport Terminal Operations

4.              Seaport Terminal Operations

5.              Community and environmental issues

6.              Regulatory Requirements and Safety Issues

7.              Vessels, Cargos and crew Services

8.              Airport and Seaport Maintenance

9.              Building airport and Seaport Taxiway Systems

10.           Traffic management

11.           Airport and Seaport emergency planning


Intermodal Transportation Systems

This module focuses on the strategic planning of intermodal transportation systems, that is to say infrastructure and equipment as it pertains to freight transportation.  In addition, the module focuses on freight logistics, intermodal technology and intermodal terminal operations.

MODULE TEAM: Innocent Kahigana