Logistics management is concerned with the procurement, movement, storage and processing of materials and information across the whole of the supply chain, from acquisition of raw materials and components, through manufacturing, to delivery of finished products to end users.
This program provides students the opportunity to understand modern supply chain management. Supply chain management demands a multidisciplinary and cross-functional approach to business that transcends the traditional functional boundaries and management disciplines that characterize many organizations.
The certificate is transferable to the AAS Degree.
What You'll Learn
- Knowledge and understanding of modern supply chain management
- Distribution planning
- Transportation management and logistics
- Customer service skills
- Purchasing, marketing and business negotiation principles and skills
- Purchasing and supplier management
- Manufacturing logistics
- Transport management
- Inventory, distribution and warehouse management
- Information management
- Customer service management
- Liberty Diversified Industry
- Koch Logistics
- North American Van Lines
- Burlington Northern Santa Fe
- Freight Masters
- Learn from experienced instructors who teach in a "hands on" environment.
- Intern in a business facility while attending college.
- Understand the business logistics marketplace.
- Business Logistics Management offers a wide variety of employment opportunities.