The Global Logistics Technology curriculum prepares individuals for a multitude of career opportunities in distribution, transportation, and manufacturing organizations. Classroom instruction, field of study experiences, and practical laboratory applications of logistics management and global technology capabilities are included in the program of study.
Course work includes computer applications, accounting, business law, economics, management, industrial sciences, and international studies. Students will solve different levels of logistics-related problems through case study evaluations and supply chain projects utilizing logistical hardware and intelligent software tools.
Graduates should qualify for positions in a wide range of government agencies, manufacturing, and service organizations. Employment opportunities include entry-level purchasing, material management, warehousing, inventory, transportation coordinators, and logistics analysts. Upon completion, graduates may be eligible for certification credentials through APICS (Educational Society for Resource Management) and AST&L (American Society of Transportation and Logistics).
Upon successful completion of the Global Logistics program, the student should be able to
1. Interpret and apply contemporary business theories pertaining to transportation and logistics, supply chain management, and global markets.
2. Analyze and interpret laws and ethics relevant to business environments in a global context.
3. Integrate information resources and technology to anticipate and manage change.
4. Communicate effectively, both written and verbal, within the business environment.
5. Incorporate business culture in a global context.
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NOTE: The Global Logistics program is offered at RCC’s Archdale Center. For more information, contact W. Mark Strider, instructor; 336-862-7997; firstname.lastname@example.org.