The Career Studies Certificate in Logistics Management is designed to prepare workers for careers in the growing demand of transportation and warehousing management. This curriculum is designed to prepare students in the study of the principles of organization and management as it relates to logistics. Courses in transportation, warehousing, inventory control, material handling, computerization, and federal transportation and OSHA regulations will be emphasized.
|1st semester||2nd semester|
|Course Number and Title||Credits||Course Number and Title||Credits|
|BUS 193 – Studies In Logistics||3||BUS 293 – Studies In Distribution Management||3|
|BUS 111 – Principles of Supervision I||3||BUS 234 – Supply Chain Management||3|
|BUS 223 – Distribution and Transportation||3||BUS 255 – Inventory and Warehouse Management||3|
Award: Certificate in Career Studies (221-370-01)
Option: Logistics Management
Length of Program: 18 credits
Purpose: This option is for a person seeking employment in the warehouse and distribution field or for those presently in the field who desire to increase their knowledge or update their skills.
Occupational Objectives: Graduates should qualify for employment in logistics-related jobs such as material handling, transportation, traffic management, warehouse management, and control management.
Admission Requirements: Students must meet the general admission requirements established by the College. In addition to the admissions requirements established by the College, entry into the Career Studies Certificate in Logistics Management requires proficiency in reading and Mathematics. Students with deficiencies will be advised to take developmental courses offered by the College.
How to Register for Workforce Class (follow directions for Credit Course)