Transportation – Traffic or Freight Manager, Dispatch Supervisor or Load Planners, Rail Operations & Planning Specialist Route Manager
Warehousing/Distribution – Supervisor Warehouse Combo, Inventory Specialist, Warehouse Supervisor, Dock Coordinator, Materials Manager
Manufacturing – Production Manager, Operations Supervisor or Logistics Engineer, Operations Manager, Quality Assurance Technician
Purchasing – Buyer Expediter, Customer Service Supervisor, Entry-Level Buyer
- Associate of Applied Science (AAS) – Logistics
Continuing Education (Career Certifications):
- Certificate – Logistics Level I Certificate – Basic
- Certificate – Logistics Level II Certificate – Intermediate
- Certificate – Logistics Level III Certificate – Advanced
See the most recent college catalog for additional information and course descriptions
- 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.
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.
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