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Businesses, both big and small, require personnel who can effectively manage inventory and accounts receivable, and can become an integral part of a supply chain organization through logistics management.
With logistics management, you can learn how to plan, implement, and oversee the flow of goods and services
between a point of origin and its intended destination.
The Associate of Applied Science in Transportation and Logistics management is available 95% online
- Manage customer and supplier relationships in order to meet objectives of the organization.
- Demonstrate knowledge of logistics and supply chain operations in today’s evolving business environment.
- Perform inventory control analysis to improve supply chain efficiency.
- Demonstrate the impact of logistics and supply chain operations on an organization’s bottom line.
- Explain the role of transportation in our regional and national economy.
See your specific degree plan and advisor for class details and sequence. Search Course Listing for class dates and times.
Degree, Transfer Options and Careers:
Many courses at NWACC carry transfer credit to four-year institutions and can fulfill
general education requirements.
Many courses at NWACC carry transfer credit to four-year institutions and can fulfill general education requirements.
Those who pursue an education in Logistics Management may find job opportunities in the following occupations:
- Customer Service Manager
- Logistics Engineer
- Purchasing Manager
- Supply Chain Manager
- Warehouse Operations Manager