Program Objective

The main objective of the Business Administration in Logistics and Supply Chain Management program is to train students to become successful and strategic business professionals capable of understanding and managing the demands of today’s global logistics and supply chain management processes. The main function of a logistic professional is the planning and managing warehouse, transportation and customer services directing, optimizing, and coordinating full order cycle of goods or services, from origin to final destiny. Logistics professionals are prepared as leaders for negotiating with suppliers, manufacturers, retailers, and consumers logistics and are trained to assume managerial job positions.

What are you going to be?

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Successful Strategist

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Efficient Comunicator

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Market Research Analyst

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Program Description

The program has been structured including the following components: (i) General Education (30 credit hours); (ii) business core (30 credit hours); major courses (60 credit hours).

The Business Administration in Logistics and Supply Chain Management program provides the student with an understanding of planning and managing logistics, warehouse, and transportation; optimization and coordination of full order cycle; keeping track of quality, quantity, stock levels, delivery times, transport costs and efficiency, as well as looking for and implementing the latest software technology to maximize operational efficiency. The program is comprised of 40 courses and a total of 120 credits.

Program Outline

General Education – Required (10 courses: 30 credits)
  • English Composition
  • Principles of Communication
  • Introduction to Philosophy and Ethics
  • Fundamentals of Logic and Critical Thinking
  • Fundamentals of Human Behavior
  • College Mathematics
  • Principles of Macroeconomics
  • Principles of Microeconomics
  • Fundamentals of Research Methodology
  • General Education Elective
General Education Electives (select 1 course: 3 credits)

Select one of these:

  • Fundamentals of Leadership
  • Spirituality and The Science of Happiness
  • Technology, Humans and Society
  • General Education Biology
  • Introduction to Environmental Science
Business Core – Required (10 courses: 30 credits)
  • Principles of Project Management
  • Principles of Management
  • Fundamentals of Marketing
  • Basic Business Statistics
  • Financial Accounting
  • Financial Math
  • Fundamentals of Operations Management
  • HR Management
  • Managerial Accounting
  • Global Supply Chain Management
Major Courses – Required (20 courses: 60 credits)
  • Introduction to Transportation & Logistics
  • International Trade: Rules and Regulation
  • Capacity Planning
  • Warehouse Operations
  • Transportation and Distribution
  • Principles of Transportation
  • Logistics and Supply Chain Technology
  • Fundamentals of Transportation Security
  • Transportation and Traffic Management
  • Logistic Management
  • Transportation Public Policy, Law, and Regulations
  • International Logistics and Transportation
  • Global Logistics
  • Operations Management for Transportation
  • International Business Law
  • Motor Transportation
  • Marine Cargo Operations
  • Port and Terminal Operation Management
  • Globalization and Tradeable Clusters
  • Aviation Logistics Management