This concentration studies the logistics processes in organizations, covering both products and services. The program will include: all modes of freight transportation, electronic order processing, distribution, purchasing, warehousing, quality management and improvement, estimation of production quantities and orders, among other topics.
Students must successfully complete 120 credits to graduate from this program.* Credit requirements are divided into 4 study areas:
- Common Body of Knowledge Subjects (36 credits)
- University Exploration Subjects (42 credits)
- Disciplinary Subjects (24 credits)
- General Electives - Complete enough general elective credit hours to meet the total hours required to earn the degree.
*Students who have already completed subjects at the undergraduate level may be eligible to receive up to 90 credits in recognition of their previous studies. Click here or contact an admissions advisor at email@example.com for more information on the requirements and the credit recognition process.