Logistics

Bachelor of Applied Science

Logistics

Supply chain management, global operations and strategic transportation

The Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.) in Logistics program prepares students with the education and experience necessary to advance to management positions such as operations manager, transportation manager, warehouse manager, distribution manager, logistics coordinator and logistician. Subjects taught range from supply chain management, logistics technologies and global operations to financial management, strategic transportation and regulatory compliance. Students also develop the writing and critical thinking skills and applied analytic abilities needed for the complexities involved in this fast-paced field.

Whether employed by a shipping line, transportation company, distribution center or major manufacturer, logistics professionals who can manage the flow of products and information are in high demand. It takes knowledge of planning, coordination and implementation to ensure goods and services make it from point A to point B when they are needed.

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Program Code: S110

120 Credits

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Financial Aid Eligibility

Financial aid is available, if qualified.

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(904) 646-2300

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Alternative ways to earn credit

You may be eligible to receive credit toward this degree through Prior Learning Assessment. Examples include industry certifications, certain PSAV programs, credit by examination, or creating a portfolio of learning experiences. For more information, contact an academic advisor or learn more about Accelerated College.

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Program/Course Requirements

To earn the B.A.S. in Logistics degree, students are required to complete a minimum of 120 semester credit hours, of which 60 semester credit hours are lower division courses and 60 semester credit hours are in the upper division.

Students are encouraged to speak with an academic advisor when selecting courses. A degree plan of study is available that details course requirements and course scheduling. Program worksheets are also available for students to use to track their progression through the degree program.

Career Opportunities

Logisticians analyze and coordinate an organization’s supply chain—the system that moves a product from supplier to consumer. They manage the entire life cycle of a product, which includes how a product is acquired, distributed, allocated, and delivered (Bureau of Labor Statistics). 
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