The Introduction to Logistics and Supply Chain certificate program examines the policies and practices used by Logistics and Supply Chain management staff to build and maintain an effective workforce. Topics include human logistics basics, and supply chain analysis and simulations for students to understand the flow of products from manufacturing to shipping to warehouse to stores.
30 students per year
This program provides students the opportunity to develop skills in the growing field of logistics and supply chain management. Students will learn about the flow and movement that organizations utilize to produce and deliver their products and services. Logistics and supply chain touches all aspects of a company’s operations—from the movement of raw materials, energy, goods, money, people, satellites, information, and an array of operational tools. Our logistics’ and supply chain management degree will prepare the student for a career in the growing field of Global Trade and Logistics/Supply Chain. Our program partners with PRO-GTL to enhance education and business partnerships for optimal job opportunities.
This Certificate of Achievement is 12 units total.
9 units are required for this certificate:
BUS 01 Introduction to Business
BUS 80 Principles of Logistics
BUS 82 Supply Chain Management
Additional units, choose 3 units from the following classes:
BUS 53 - Importing and Exporting
BUS 55 - Southern California's International Connections and Blue/Ocean Eco
BUS 57 - Introduction to Lean Six Sigma
BUS 81 - Transportation Management
BUS 83 - Operations Management
BUS 87 - ERP System: Procurement
(Y1 or S1)
|Introduction to Business
|Principles of Logistics
|Supply Chain Management
|Choose 3 units
|Importing and Exporting
|Southern California's International Connections and Blue/Ocean Eco
|Introduction to Lean Six Sigma
|ERP System: Procurement