The Logistics and Operations Management program is designed to teach students about
the sourcing, procurement, conversion, and logistics concepts associated with the
production and delivery of goods and services.
60.5 - 68 Credit Hours
Upon completion of the AAS in Logistics and Operations Management degree, the graduate
- Describe the role and nature of purchasing, procurement, and strategic sourcing in
a supply chain context.
- Identify the role and importance of logistics in the areas of transportation, shipping,
- Communicate information pertinent to logistics and operations management.
- Demonstrate basic computer skills needed to use software applications related to logistics
and supply chain management.
- Apply managerial techniques in developing and maintaining relationships with suppliers
- Identify the role of inventory in the economy.
- Describe how information technology supports distribution operations.
- Explain the principles of transportation management.
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