B.S. in B.A. degree
Organizations are increasingly becoming reliant on suppliers and customers in order to create competitive advantage. As a result, the logistics function of the supply chain continues to grow in importance.
The Logistics Management major is designed to prepare CMU College of Business Administration students for a career in the field of logistics and supply chain management (SCM). Students who complete the major will find numerous career opportunities in the logistics management areas of transportation, inventory management, warehouse/facility management, packaging and material handling, production and materials support, purchasing and procurement, order processing, demand forecasting, production planning, supplier quality, customer service, returns management and recycling, and international logistics.
With excellent student placement, alumni engagement, and career prospects, logistics management majors can expect a wide variety of opportunities. CMU graduates currently work at local, regional, national, and global organizations, including many of the Fortune 500. Additionally, students pursue opportunities with non-profit organizations.
For additional information, or for a personal walkthrough of major and minor requirements, please contact:
Business Student Services
Phone: (989) 774-3124
Grawn Hall 105
Department of Marketing and Hospitality Services Administration
College of Business Administration
Central Michigan University
Smith Hall 100, Mount Pleasant, MI 48859
Phone: (989) 774-3701
Email: Professor Fred Lawrence at email@example.com