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Logistics Management Degree - Bachelor of Science

Curriculum

Major Requirements (36 credit hours)

The courses in this cohort program are designed to be taken in order as listed. Their prerequisite is acceptance to the Logistics Management Accelerated Degree Completion Program.

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  • LGMC 305 Management Fundamentals

    This course assists the student in analyzing personal strengths and areas for improvement with respect to self awareness and principles of effective management. The course also examines time and stress management, communication skills, and conflict resolution. This course will also facilitate students in their development of research and planning methods by conducting an analysis of a topic germane to the student’s professional interests.

  • LGMC 315 Management and the Organization

    This course presents, explores, and develops the skills necessary for effective management of any organization in today’s complex environment, including a review of the principles of planning, organizing, staffing, controlling, and directing, with particular emphasis on the issues of ethics, motivation, leadership, and group dynamics. The course will also involve researching and analyzing leading transportation and logistics organizations.

  • LGMC 325 Transportation Analysis

    This course presents, explores and develops the skills and tools necessary to conduct research and analysis in a transportation environment. The research process and an overview of various statistical methods will be developed as the basis for making logical business decisions.

  • LGMC 335 Marketing and Customer Satisfaction in a Service Enviroment

    This course will provide an overview of the impact of customer/service relationship strategies on cost/service decisions within the distribution channel. Topics covered are: customer satisfaction programs, methods of establishing customer service metrics, and problems associated with customer satisfaction strategies.

  • LGMC 345 Introduction to Transportation and Logistics

    The purpose of this course is to give the student an overview of the transportation and logistics functions. Basic transportation and logistic concepts will be explored with an emphasis on the opportunities that can be realized through effective and innovative supply chain management.

  • LGMC 405 Supply Chain/Inventory Management

    The purpose of this course is to give the student an overview of inventory management and its role in supply chain management. The financial aspects of inventory strategy will be explored along a basic review of warehousing, materials handling, and procurement.

  • LGMC 415 Business Logistics System Analysis

    This course explores the application of analytical tools and techniques to identify benefits and costs of supply chain management and logistics. Productivity, quality, capacity management, and forecasting are examined.

  • LGMC 425 Transportation Economics and Legal Issues

    This course will familiarize students with economic theory and how it relates to the transportation environment. Sources of demand will be explored as well as transportation costs and pricing issues. The regulatory environment will also be discussed.

  • LGMC 435 Global Logistics Management

    This course examines the government’s role in global logistics, the global logistics environment, ocean and air transportation, transportation to Canada and Mexico, intermediaries, documentation, insurance, exporting, and importing. Current trends in globalization will also be explored and evaluated. The role of logistics and transportation organizations in the globalization process will be discussed.

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