Procurement, Distribution, Logistics

Professor,PhD. Teodora ROMAN (
Assoc.Prof.,PhD. Alexandru Maxim (


  • Compulsory courses
    Management Software
    Global Business Strategies
    Logistics Management
    Financial Analysis
    Procurement Management
    Compared Fiscal Systems and Financial Reporting
    Management of Transportation and Distribution Operations
    Ethics and Academic Integrity
    Optional courses: 1 out of 3
    Management and Strategic Analysis
    Negotiation in Procurement and Distribution Processes
    Designing Logistic Systems
    Supplementary courses
    Conflicts Management
    Rewards Management
    Real Estate Business Management
    The educational plan is valid for the first year of study (2021/2022)
  • Compulsory Courses
    Theory and Practice in Public Procurement
    Operational and Relationship Marketing
    Logistics Systems for Online Businesses
    Inventory Management
    Applied Logistics Strategies
    Compared Legal Systems
    Dissertation Thesis Research
    Supplementary courses:
    Intercultural Comunication in a Foreign Language (level 1 or 2)
    Geopolitics and Business Environments
    The educational plan is valid for the 2nd year of study (2021/2022)

The Master’s Programme in Acquisition-Distribution-Logistics (ADL) is an academic training programme specialised in the three fields of study contained in its name. The programme is accredited by ARACIS, based on the assessment file submitted by the University “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” upon the request of the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration and the Department Management-Marketing and Business Administration. The Master’s programme has already produced three classes of graduates, 80 specialists trained here and employed by well known companies in Romania.
Upon completion of the ADL Master’s programme and based on the Master’s thesis defence, the graduates are awarded a Master’s degree in Management, specialisation Acquisitions-Distribution-Logistics, which is recognised both in Romania and in the European Union.

Admission to the ADL Master’s programme is based on the average obtained during the undergraduate years and the final examination. Any holder of a Bachelor’s Degree can apply for admission in the ADL Master’s programme, provided (s)he meets the programme prerequisites.

French knowledge is an asset, but not an admission criterion.

The ADL Master’s programme provides opportunities to achieve workplace and career performance!