The Logistics & Supply Chain Management Track provides students with the skills needed for entry-level positions in the field of transportation logistics management. Supply chain and logistics managers are responsible for how products are produced, moved to the stores, and purchased by consumers. Excellent management skills and the ability to coordinate details are valuable traits to workers in this industry.
The Project Management Technology provides students with the skills needed for entry-level positions in a variety of business and management settings, including utilities, manufacturing, merchandising, retail, sales, construction, consulting, government, supply chain and non-profit organizations. More advanced program outcome skills include project and business design, budgeting, team management, project management, and project evaluation.
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