The Master of Science in Logistics Management degree program is designed for professionals seeking a degree that prepares them with specific skills and competencies in logistics management. The core competencies of the logistics management masters degree include distribution management, logistics support, logistics policy, life-cycle management, maintenance planning, systems integration and other topics related to logistics management.

The objective of the logistics management masters degree program is to meet the growing demand for logistics skills among private, public and military sectors. There are several career paths for individuals who earn a master's in logistics management, including logistics engineer, materials manager, operations research analyst, purchasing manager, supply chain manager, logistics software manager, industrial engineer and other fields related to logistics management. For members of the Defense Acquisition Workforce or Civilian Agencies Acquisition Workforce, the logistics management masters degree integrates into both specific requirements of logistics related acquisition specialties and the more general objective to attain a master's degree in an appropriate discipline.