Program: Logistics Management
Award: Career Studies Certificate

Overview

This program is online and is designed to prepare students to organize and manage a warehouse and distribution center operation and its personnel. Although this is a non-transfer program, BUS 111 is transferable to Management, General Business Management or Marketing Management.  

What will I learn?

Students enrolled in this program will learn how to…

  • Understand theoretical and applied aspects of warehousing/distribution
  • Use a variety of software skills to create reports and presentations
  • Propose plans and create strategies
  • Recognize and evaluate components of warehousing/logistics
  • Demonstrate human relationship skills

How long will I need to be in college?

A college-ready student attending Camp full-time can complete this career studies certificate in three terms?  16 credits. 

What is the job outlook for careers in Logistics Management?

Camp’s service area is in the Hampton Roads Workforce Region.  There are a projected 539 job openings in this region each year for shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks (60) transportation, storage and distribution managers (10) material recording, scheduling, dispatching, and distribution (469). (Source:  Virginia Labor Market Information Occupational Projections for the Hampton Roads Region 2012-2022.)

How much will I earn in this career?

Salaries for Logistics Management jobs in Virginia

 

Bottom

Median

High

Shipping, Receiving & Traffic Clerks

$21,320

$31,280

$48,350

Transportation, Storage & Distribution Managers

$60,680

$96,350

$148,840

Logisticians

$51,850

$82,160

$128,660

(Source:  Virginia Education Wizard www.vawizard.org, 7-23-19)

Want to know more?  Check out the program map and program requirements in the College Catalog.