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Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Logistics and Supply Chain Management is ranked #11 in Best Business Jobs and ranked #42 of the 100 Best Jobs of 2024 career fields, according to the U.S. News and World Report. 

Today, a lot of businesses and organizations are working to make products easily accessible so that consumers, manufacturers, and producers can get them when and where they want them, at a price that is affordable. Ask yourself, "Am I interested in being part of the second largest employment sector in Texas?"  The field of logistics & supply chain management offers some of the most well-paying and sought-after careers in today’s job market. Did you know that average annual salary for a logistician is $80,990.00 in the Houston-Galveston metro area and $77,347 statewide!!!!

What does a logistics & supply chain management career entail? What are jobs with supply chain management focuses? What can you do with a logistics & supply chain management degree? What is a typical logistics & supply chain management salary?  We have the answers to those questions and more!


The objective of a degree in logistics & supply chain management is to equip you with the knowledge and expertise necessary to coordinate and manage all of the organizations and suppliers involved in the activities that move products to the appropriate locations at the appropriate times.

Program Offerings

  • 100% Online or On-Campus options
  • Financial Aid
  • Two-year associate degree program
  • Real-world focused faculty
  • Flexibility to balance work/life 
  • Earn an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management
  • Certificates in Warehouse Logistics Management, Materials and Transportation Logistics Management and Supply Chain Management!

Global logistics & supply chain development, management, planning, and enhancement will all be covered. Additionally, supply chain business processes and strategies that give businesses a competitive edge are being driven by technology more than ever. Technology, entrepreneurial thinking, and creative solutions are all part of the supply chain management degree offered by Galveston College.

The Texas Wages and Employment Projections and BLS projects the following for Logistics jobs in the US:
• Average (or Mean) Pay 2022 – 2025; $80,990/year
• Job Growth 2020-2030: +48% (much faster than average)
• Available Job Estimate: about 24,800 openings/year over the next decade

Logistics picOur Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management program is designed to prepare you for a 21st century business career like materials management, warehouse management, project management, exporting and global sourcing of materials, engineering management, business intelligence, negotiations, and Lean Six Sigma, among others, with a degree in logistics and supply chain management. It is a career that is exciting, dynamic, and frequently global, requiring the transportation of both raw materials and finished goods worldwide. Supply chains are essential to the smooth operation of all businesses, big and small. As a result, there is a wide variety of employment opportunities available in logistics & supply chain management, such as those as supply chain associate,  logistics analyst, medical supply chain technician, global sourcing specialist, transportation planner, supply chain data analyst, and more...

You’ll also have the opportunity to earn recognized credentials and certificates
while you learn. When you graduate with your A.A.S degree in Global Logistics and
Supply Chain Management, you’ll be prepared to work for a range of employers—
from medical, IT, manufacturing to engineering.

The Galveston College Logistics program covers the foundational areas of logistics and supply chain and develops students’ ability to think critically and solve real-world problems. Students learn logistical day-to-day tactics and receive exposure to supply chain analytics, both desirable skills for employers. A two-year Associate of Applied Science degree and students may choose to complete up to three levels of certification.




  • Certificate – Warehouse Logistics Management Certificate
  • Certificate – Materials and Transportation Logistics Management Certificate
  • Certificate – Supply Chain Management Certificate

Degree Program:

  • Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Global Logistics and Supply
    Chain Management

See the full college catalog for additional information and course descriptions

The Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management powered by Galveston College is designed to prepare learners through hands-on training, knowledge and relevant skills necessary to coordinate and manage the move­ment of the supplies, material, and people involved as a logistics & supply chain management professional.

  • Graduates will be able to apply and interpret concepts and principles of materials management to include inventory control and forecasting activities.
  • Graduates will be able to understand and apply principles of distribution and total supply chain management.
  • Graduates will be able to understand and apply basic economic principles and concepts applicable to transportation and distribution.
  • Graduates will be able to understand and apply the concepts of export management processes and procedures.
  • Graduates will be able to describe the political-legal environment of various countries or regions.

Complete the Galveston College Admissions Application and submit to the Office of Admissions. For more information on the admissions process and other admission requirements visit Admissions.

Jobs are available at almost every educational level; however, a degree can often make the difference when it comes to qualifying for leadership positions. Entry-level logistics managers with college degrees earn between $40,000 – $60,000 per year. Senior-level logistics managers can earn over $500,000 per year.




A career in 21st century logistics and supply chain management can lead you down a variety of different career paths:

  • Medical Supply Chain Technician
  • Global Sourcing Specialist
  • Logistics Analysts
  • Sourcing Managers
  • Logistics Managers
  • Supply Chain Data Analyst
  • Warehouse, Inventory and Distribution Managers
  • Transportation Managers
  • Procurement Managers
  • Supply Chain Managers
  • Operations Managers 

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Name Dr. Calvin Fogle
Title Logistics Program Director/Instructor
Room N-319
Program Area
Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Phone 409-944-1318
Email cfogle@gc.edu
Admin Support

Lauren-Taylor (LT) Rivera




Name Sharon Pagan
Ext 409-944-1410
Email spagan@gc.edu
Room AT-304
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