Associate of Science: Logistics

Students who complete this pathway are prepared to pursue the bachelor’s degree in business administration with a major in logistics and intermodal transportation at a senior university awarding this degree. Transportation firms, industry and government alike employ graduates trained and qualified in the coordination of intermodal transportation and supply chain management.

With appropriate advisement, the A.S. degree in Logistics also prepares graduates for the bachelor's degree in accounting, economics, finance, general business, international business, industrial relations, management, management systems, marketing, real estate, risk management, and insurance. Academic advisement for this pathway is provided by the School of Arts and Professional Studies. 

Logistics Pathway Map