The Bachelor of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management degree is a 120-credit hour program that is available through the Embry-Riddle Worldwide Campus network. Curriculum is built upon a strong foundation of established coursework that will help you distinguish yourself as a leader in this fast-growing career field.
You will have the choice of multiple learning modes — online, face-to-face, video teleconference — to gain the advanced knowledge and skill sets that set you apart as an informed professional. Topics of study will include: technology, process, and people solutions for warehousing, distribution, and transportation operations; inventory management methods that optimize the supply chain; purchasing and procurement policies and procedures; metrics for tracking and analyzing supply chain performance; best practices, regulations, and professional ethics.
Logistics and supply chain management are partners in a carefully choreographed dance that keep businesses performing at optimal levels. Examples are everywhere we look.
Successful completion of this degree will provide you with a strong foundation of knowledge that will serve you on the job and prepare you for future training and education, including a Master’s Degree or professional certifications such as the Association for Operations Management (APICS) Certified Supply Chain Professional or the International Society of Logistics (SOLE) Certified Professional Logistician.