Logistics & Supply Chain Management
- Associate of Applied Science: 2-year program (60 semester credit hours)
- Certificates: Level 1 (15 semester credit hours)
- Full program is offered at: Northwest Campus
Logistics is the process of planning how to get products and materials from suppliers to consumers.
The work of a logistician begins with bringing in the supplies and raw materials necessary for businesses or organizations to operate. Inbound logistics are then used in conjunction with outbound logistics to distribute products or services where they are in demand.
Our program will give you the hands-on training and knowledge you need to meet the increasing demand for professionals trained in logistics and supply chain management.
Michael Esquivel, Program Coordinator
Keva Montrose, Career and Technical Education Student Support Specialist
Updated September 26, 2017