Undergraduate Certificate in Logistics and Supply Chain Operations
The Undergraduate Certificate in Logistics and Supply Chain Operations program enables students to enhance and develop their understanding and skills in the fields of logistics and supply chain operations. It is designed to provide continuing education opportunities to professionals in the business community.
- Complete the General University Requirements for Undergraduate Certificates.
- Complete the Program Requirements below.
- Students must achieve a minimum grade of C in all courses required for the certificate.
|BA A151||Business Foundations||3|
|BA A231||Fundamentals of Supervision||3|
|CIS A105||Introduction to Personal Computers and Application Software||3|
|or CIS A110||Computer Concepts in Business|
|LGOP A110||Logistics, Information Systems and Customer Service||3|
|LGOP A120||Warehouse and Inventory Control Operations||3|
|LGOP A125||Transportation Services||3|
|LGOP A160||Purchasing and Supply Management||3|
|LGOP A235||Transport Operations Management||3|
|Two electives at the 100 level or higher. 1||6|
If students intend to pursue the Associate of Applied Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Operations, it is recommended they use these elective credits to prepare for the written communications and math courses required for that degree.
A minimum of 30 credits is required for this certificate.
Program Student Learning Outcomes
Students graduating with an Undergraduate Certificate in Logistics and Supply Chain Operations will be able to:
- Demonstrate knowledge of logistics and supply chain operations in today’s business environment.
- Perform inventory control analyses used to improve supply chain efficiency.
- Demonstrate the impact of logistics and supply chain operations on an organization’s bottom line.
- Demonstrate skills in data mining in supply chain topics and sources.
- Explain the role of transportation in Alaska’s economy.
- Demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively.