Associate of Science in Logistics & Transportation Management
No matter the quality of the production, sales or marketing of a product, if the supply chain - the process that moves the product from supplier to consumer - is poorly managed and inefficient, all operations are compromised. That's why a logistics and transportation manager plays such a critical role in nearly every industry. These in-demand organization experts analyze, coordinate and oversee the entire life cycle of a product, from its acquisition and distribution to its allocation and delivery. Gain these essential skills with Sullivan's on-campus and online Associate Degree in Logistics & Transportation Management.
To prepare students to become highly skilled logistics and transportation managers, strengthening their understanding of manufacturing, transportation, order processing, warehousing and inventory control.
- Our logistics and transportation instructors take a common-sense approach to management that is both ultra-practical and highly sought-after in today's marketplace. Bringing with them years of industry experience, your instructors will also have valuable insight into best practices versus theory and how both are beneficial in a business setting.
- Our logistics degrees adhere to Sullivan's hallmark stair-step progression model, so you can begin with your associate degree and then build on it to attain your bachelor's. Both programs are also accredited by the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education.
- An understanding that there are good jobs out there but not always ones where you wear a tie to work and sit behind a desk all day long
- A desire to learn about and improve processes
- Willingness to pay attention to details and to continuously learn
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Length: 18 months
Time length will vary depending upon the number of courses taken per term, developmental courses when required, transfer credit accepted, lack of continuous enrollment, etc.
General Studies Elective - Students must choose additional General Education class from the Humanities / Fine Arts category. This class is in addition to the required General Education classes listed in the program.
Free Electives - Students must choose one additional class in consultation with their faculty adviser to balance the program in keeping with the student's personal objectives.