Which Schools Offer Online Degrees in Logistics?

Online logistics degree programs are usually available at the graduate level. Florida Institute of Technology, University of Southern Mississippi and Colorado Technical University are among the institutions with online master's programs in this field. Schools offering Global Operations & Supply Chain Management degrees can also be found in these popular choices.

Florida Institute of Technology

The distance learning program at Florida Institute of Technology offers two online graduate degree programs - a Master of Science in Logistics Management and a Master of Science in Management with a Logistics Management concentration. Courses in the graduate program include:

  • Corporate Finance
  • Logistics Policy
  • Decision Theory
  • Management Information Systems
  • Managerial Statistics
  • Distribution management

Both online graduate programs require students to take a total of 33 credit hours to complete the master's degree. Students in the virtual campus graduate programs will be able to gain employment in advanced leadership positions where logistics and management skills are needed.

Colorado Technical University

MBA students at Colorado Technical University can choose to take a concentration in logistics management. Within this concentration, tracks of study are offered in government logistics, military logistics or private sector logistics. Supply chain concepts and logistics practices in manufacturing industries are explored in this program. Course topics include:

  • Global Logistics Practices
  • Intermodal Transportation
  • Inventory Management
  • Integrated Supply Chain Management
  • Logistics in Hazardous Environments

University of Southern Mississippi

Online studies leading to a Master of Science in Logistics, Trade and Transportation are offered by the University of Southern Mississippi. This interdisciplinary program consists of 30 credits. Students of this program could prepare for careers in national or international industries. An internship in an industrial setting is offered in the curriculum. Courses in this program provide study in:

  • Lean Production
  • Distribution Systems
  • Supply Chain Modeling
  • Transportation Systems
  • Project Management

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