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Logistics and Supply Chain Management AAS
Semester Hours:   60
Effective Term: Fall 2018
Prerequisites: None
Corequisites: None


Program Description: The Logistics and Supply Chain Management AAS emphasizes the fundamental principles of logistics and transportation, as well as skills in inventory control, warehouse management, business, and supervision.

Recommended Proficiencies: None

Course Requirements
Total Credits: 60 credits

General Education Requirements (19)

Written Communications (3)
ENG101 English Composition III (3)

Oral Communications (3)
COM259 Professional Communication (3)

Arts and Humanities (3)
PHI105 Introduction to Ethics (3)

Social and Behavioral Sciences (3)
ECN202 Principles of Microeconomics (3)

Physical and Biological Sciences (4)
GEO111 Introduction to Physical Geography (4)

Mathematics (3)
BUS101 Business Mathematics (3)

Core Requirements (38)
ACC201 Financial Accounting (3)
BUS100 Introduction to Business (3)
BUS111 Principles of Logistics and Supply Chain Management (3)
BUS119 Career Exploration and Readiness (1)
BUS124 Inventory Control (3)
BUS125 Contract and Freight Claims (3)
BUS144 Logistics Management Systems (3)
BUS196 Applied Business Internship (1)
BUS215 Warehouse Management (3)
BUS216 Transportation and Traffic Management (3)
BUS227 Introduction to Purchasing and Supply Management (3)
BUS292 Fundamentals of Logistics - Organizational Management (3)
CBA133A Spreadsheet Applications in Excel (3)
CBA134A Database Management in Access (3)

Other Requirements (0-3)
Reading Competency:
RDG100 College Reading
OR
Equivalent reading assessment test score

Computer Competency (3):
CIS120 Survey of Computer Information Systems (3)

Students must earn:
a grade of C or better in all required courses;
a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of at least a 2.0 on a 4.0 scale;
at least 20 credits from CAC.
Program Measurable Student Learning Outcomes
1. (Application Level) Participate in receiving, storing, testing, and shipping products or materials. (CSLO 3)
2. (Synthesis Level) Plan, develop, or implement warehouse safety and security programs and activities. (CSLO 4)
3. (Synthesis Level) Prepare correspondence, reports, and operations, maintenance, and safety manuals. (CSLO 2)
4. (Application Level) Issue shipping instructions and provide routing information to coordinate delivery times and locations. (CSLO 3)
5. (Evaluation Level) Review invoices, work orders, consumption reports, or demand forecasts to estimate peak delivery periods and to issue work assignments. (CSLO 4)
6. (Synthesis Level) Organize or monitor pickup, delivery, or distribution of products or materials. (CSLO 4)
7. (Evaluation Level) Evaluate customers' questions and complaints and determine appropriate responses. (CSLO 4)
8. (Synthesis Level) Develop and document standard and emergency operating procedures for receiving, handling, storing, shipping, or salvaging products or materials. (CSLO 3)
9. (Application Level) Demonstrate how to track and trace goods while they are enroute to their destinations, expediting orders when necessary. (CSLO 4)
10. (Analysis Level) Examine invoices and shipping manifests for accuracy.(CSLO 3)
11. (Synthesis Level) Develop or implement plans for storage and distribution activities that emphasize technological solutions.(CSLO 4)
12. (Synthesis Level) Facilitate inbound or outbound logistics operations, such as transportation or warehouse activities, safety performance, or logistics quality management. (CSLO 1, 2, 3, 4)
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