Explore Academic Programs - Logistics and Supply Chain Management


Prepare for a career in the dynamic and growing field of Global Supply Chain Management with this Central Texas College program.  The coursework provides students with technical and managerial skills in the diverse areas of transportation, warehousing, distribution, inventory control, purchasing, importing, exporting, and international logistics.  Although designed for a general student population particular attention is paid to students with prior military logistics experience to assist them in the transition to a rewarding career in the civilian global economy.


Careers, Potential Earnings & Market Growth Rates

Logistics Managers

Median Wages: (2017) $44.45 hourly, $92,460 annually

Market Growth Rate: (2016-2026) - Average (5 - 9 %)


Supply Chain Managers

Median Wages: (2017) $50.77 hourly, $105,610 annually

Market Growth Rate: (2016-2026) - Average (5 - 9 %)

Transportation Managers

Median Wages: (2017) $44.45 hourly, $92,460 annually

Market Growth Rate: (2016-2026) - Average (5 - 9 %)


Degrees and Certificates

Logistics and Global Supply Chain Management  programs are designed to prepare students for careers in transportation, warehousing, distribution, inventory control, purchasing, and international logistics. Students will study logistics principles and practices involved in procurement, transportation, storage, and third party provision of goods as they apply to solving problems in the movement, storage, control, and information flow of goods and services.

The “stackable program” includes a Certificate of Completion and an Associate of Applied Science.

Delivery Mode

Associate of Applied Science

Logistics and Global Supply Chain Management

 60 credit hours, two years full-time

 

Certificate of Completion

Logistics Specialist

18 credit hours, one-two semesters full-time