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Logistics Management

Logistics MgtLogistics Management

18 UNIT CERTIFICATE - 60 UNIT ASSOCIATE DEGREE

LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT prepares students for entry into or career growth within the logistics industry, and ongoing study of the field. Our focus is integrated logistics, a necessity for manage- ment of supply chain cost and customer service. Logistics disciplines covered include warehousing, transportation, service contracting, purchasing, global logistics, and more.

Required Courses
BUS-80 Principles of Logistics (3 units)*
Management of business logistics focusing on integration of the various functions
BUS-82 Freight Claims (1.5 units)
Study of loss avoidance, mitigation, and resolution of freight claims
BUS-83 Contracts (1.5 units)
Study of legal and regulatory requirements applicable to third-party logistics contracts
BUS-85 Warehouse Management (3 units)
Analysis of warehouse functions and management
BUS-86 Transportation & Traffic Management (3 units)*
Study of the freight transportation system and management
BUS-87 Intro to Purchasing (3 units)
Basic purchasing functions and interactions
BUS-90 International Logistics (3 units)*
Intro to the management of logistics in global business

*This class transfers towards one or more CSUSB or Cal Poly majors. Visit www.assist.org or the Counseling Office for details.

SUGGESTED SEMESTER SEQUENCE
Fall 1 Spring 1 Fall 2
BUS-80
BUS-82
BUS-83
BUS-85
BUS-86
BUS-87
BUS-90

For more information regarding certifcate program, course sequencing or scheduling:
Rex Beck, Professor, MBA, MCIPS, SCMP, CPSM, CPIM, C.P.M. • (951) 372-7068 • rex.beck@norcocollege.edu

Norco College Counseling Department
(951) 372-7101

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† An Associate of Science Degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Logistics Management will be awarded upon completion of the required courses (30 units) plus the General Education requirements. Please refer to the Norco College Catalog or visit the Counseling Center.

For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program, and other important information, please visit our website at: http://www.norcocollege.edu/cte/Pages/logistics.aspx