Logistics (B.A.S.)

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

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

Industry Associations

Affordable Online Supply Chain Management Degree
Our Logistics bachelor's of applied science was ranked number eight by AffordableColleges.com for affordable online supply chain management degrees. FSCJ is proud to offer a quality online supply chain management program at an affordable price.

This degree was also ranked as one of the 10 best online programs for a Bachelor's in Supply Chain Logistics by TheBestSchools.org.

Degree: Bachelor of Applied Science
Credit Hours: 120 Credits
Online Program : Yes
Program Code: S110
Financial Aid Eligible : Yes

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Program Learning Outcomes

  • Students will analyze, interpret, and formulate inferences from data in items such as charts, tables, graphs, and quantitative reports.
  • Students will apply quantitative skills needed in the logistics industry.
  • Students will construct effective written forms of professional/business communication.
  • Students will apply critical thinking skills needed to perform successfully in a logistics working environment.


The Logistics B.A.S. degree program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). For more information about ACBSP, visit acbsp.org.

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