The logistics and supply chain management minor provides you with a working knowledge of logistics and supply chain concepts, designed to enhance your career growth and future opportunities. This program, which can be tailored to accompany any major, provides a valuable skill set applicable to any industry. When you gain a fundamental knowledge of logistics and supply chain management, you add an important layer of strategic understanding to your role.
The concepts of logistics and supply chain management is valuable to students across many disciplines, particularly engineering, politics, architecture, environmental studies, sustainability, economics, international relations, tourism management, hospitality management, health administration, and public administration.
Faculty members of FIU College of Business are helping to lead an effort to bring high-level leadership skills to an academic partner in the Caribbean. The effort is part of FIU’s Center for Leadership’s partnership with the University College of the Cayman Islands (UCCI)’s Executive Certificate in Global Leadership program at UCCI’s campus in Grand […]
The College of Business’ masters and bachelors human resource programs were ranked#2 in the U.S. by Leadership Excellence, a publication of HR.com, at the annual 2017 LEAD Awards. This marks the second consecutive year at #2 for the Master of Science in Human Resource Management (MSHRM) and the first time for its undergraduate counterpart, Bachelor of […]
You almost couldn’t stand still, even if you wanted to. Because Zumba creator himself, Beto Perez, was on the FIU campus, leading a class in an epic workout. The club version of Donna Summer disco hit “Hot Stuff” flowed through the speakers at Florida International University’s Wellness and Recreation Center on the Modesto A. Maidique […]
Man Ko, a College of Business student who expects to graduate in December with a double major in Accounting and MIS, is looking for a good job with growth potential. When he made plans to attend the Ahead of the Game Accounting and Business Expo, the career fair for Florida International University’s Accounting, Finance and […]
Nevin Shapiro, who once owned a legitimate wholesale grocery distribution business, chose to make money an easier way: by defrauding investors and cooking the books. It meant a 20-year prison sentence for the former Miami Beach resident. Yet for students in Associate Professor Antoinette Smith’s introductory class in forensic accounting, Shapiro’s crime served as an […]