Logistics Specialist Certificate (LS21) Technical Certificate of Credit
(Stand Alone and Embedded in Business Logistics Management Diploma and Degree)
The Logistics certificate program is a sequence of courses that are designed to prepare students for employment in the field of logistics. The program combines specific occupational courses in the area of logistics which are designed to provide an overview of the logistical process, purchasing, material management, and product life cycle management.
Entrance date: Each semester
Program entrance requirements:
Minimum Test Scores
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Credits required for graduation: 9
|Courses 9 credits|
|LOGI 1000Business Logistics
Provides a general knowledge of current management practices in logistics management. The focuses of the course will be on planning, organizing, and controlling of these activities, key elements for successful management in any organization. The course will also introduce student to Transport, Inventory, and Location strategies, Customer Service Goals and Organization and Control.
|LOGI 1015Purchasing and Materials Management
This course will introduce students to Materials Management and Purchasing fundamentals by learning the purchasing cycle, establishing material requirements, selecting suppliers, price determination, planning production process, master scheduling, material requirements, and forecasting material demands and inventory levels. This course is designed to build on the student's knowledge of supply chains and how effective purchasing and material management improves supply chain performance.
|LOGI 1030Product Lifecycle Management
The core of product lifecycle management is the creation, preservation and storage of data relating to an organizations products and activities to ensure its available for daily operations. Students will learn that effective product lifecycle management is an essential tool for coping with the demanding global competition and ever-shortening product and component life cycles.
Chair of Business Logistics Management
Manufacturing Technology Building, Room 103
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