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In today’s global economy, the vast majority of businesses require the movement of information, goods, products, supplies, materials, and people in order to fulfill the organization’s goals and to provide benefits to the communities the organization serves. This movement of human, physical, and informational capital involves the field of logistics and supply chain management. The new major in Logistics and Supply Chain Management provides undergraduate students with in-depth knowledge of logistics and supply chain concepts, best practices, and current tools of the trade that will enhance their career opportunities with respect to local, national, and international organizations.

In today’s global economy, the vast majority of businesses require the movement of information, goods, products, supplies, materials, and people in order to fulfill the organization’s goals and to provide benefits to the communities the organization serves. This movement of human, physical, and informational capital involves the field of logistics and supply chain management. The new major in Logistics and Supply Chain Management provides undergraduate students with in-depth knowledge of logistics and supply chain concepts, best practices, and current tools of the trade that will enhance their career opportunities with respect to local, national, and international organizations.

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In today’s global economy, most organizations require the movement of information, products, supplies, materials, and personnel in order to fulfill organizational goals and to provide for the communities the organization serves. This movement of human, physical, and informational capital involves logistics and supply chain management. This minor provides students with a working knowledge of logistics and supply chain concepts, and is designed to enhance career opportunities. Logistics knowledge can appeal to students in any field, particularly in engineering, politics, architecture, environmental studies, sustainability, economics, international relations, tourism management, hospitality management, health administration, and public administration.  (Available starting Spring 2014.)

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You can earn a certificate in Import-Export and Supply Chain Management along with your Bachelor’s degree—regardless of your major—to gain a more focused and enriching program of study and to make yourself more desirable to employers. Having focused knowledge of a particular business area will help all students in all majors to be more successful when it comes to doing the “business” of their respective fields of interest.

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