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Logistics & Supply Chain Management

The timely delivery of everyday products—from furniture to food—depends on a complex behind-the-scenes pipeline. Logistics and Supply Chain Management (LGM) teaches you how to master the process that gets products from manufacturer to customer. 

You can complete the degree and certificate program entirely online or on campus during evening hours. Our programs offer opportunities for a wide variety of internships.

Successful completion will give you a leg up in a career as in multiple occupations, including logistics analysts, transportation managers, regulatory compliance specialists, shipping and receiving supervisors and more. These professionals work in a broad variety of industries: retail to healthcare, education, hotel and restaurant, entertainment, government, mining and tourism.

Veterans often find that a career in logistics and supply chain management is a natural extension of their military experience.

Want to learn more about a career in logistics and supply chain management? Check out our article on LGM career opportunities. 

List of Certificates

List of Degrees

AAS - Associate of Applied Science


East Campus

Contact Information

Division of Workforce & Continuing Education
Dean: 520.206.4587
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