Master of Science in Logistics Management
The goal of the Master of Science in Logistics Management is to prepare individuals for advanced leadership positions in the private, public and military sectors with specific skills and competencies in logistics management.
The applicant to the program must have a bachelor's degree; however, the degree need not be in business administration. Students who are graduates from other fields are encouraged to apply. Students with an undergraduate business degree or courses may be able to waive the program prerequisite in the program based on an evaluation of their undergraduate academic transcripts. Prerequisite courses are required of a student whose undergraduate major is outside the business area or who has not previously completed the courses in these prerequisite areas. The exact number of needed prerequisite courses depends on courses completed during the student's undergraduate studies.
The GRE or the GMAT may be required for admission evaluation purposes. General admission requirements and the process for applying are discussed in the Academic Overview of the university catalog. Individuals who do not meet the stated requirements for regular admission may petition to take graduate courses for credit as a continuing education applicant.
The degree of Master of Science in Logistics Management is conferred upon students who have successfully completed 33 credit hours of graduate coursework plus other course requirements as listed on the student's approved graduate program plan. Students without adequate undergraduate background will be required to complete the program prerequisites. Students may choose elective courses from several of the management or related academic disciplines by securing approval of both their faculty advisor and academic unit head.
Students with undergraduate credits for courses that they believe are equivalent to the program prerequisites should consult with their advisor concerning waiver of those prerequisites.
Program Prerequisites (noncredit for this program)
|MTH 1701||College Algebra|
Note: In addition, computer literacy is required as a prerequisite. It can be demonstrated by the applicant’s undergraduate coursework, passing a proficiency examination offered by the extended studies department or by completing a suitable computer course.
|Required Courses (9 courses)||CREDITS|
|MGT 5006||Introductory Managerial Statistics||3|
|MGT 5061||Systems and Logistics Support Management||3|
|MGT 5062||Logistics Policy||3|
|MGT 5063||Inventory Control and Management||3|
|MGT 5064||Cost and Economic Analysis||3|
|MGT 5065||Supply Chain Management||3|
|MGT 5069||Advanced Techniques in Supply Chain Management||3|
|MGT 5100||Distribution Management||3|
|MGT 5903||Logistics Management Capstone Project||3|
|Electives (2 courses)||6|
|MGT 5010||Seminar in Research Methodology*|
|MGT 5017||Program Management|
|MGT 5033||Human Resources Management|
|MGT 5060||Management of Assets|
|MGT 5079||Traffic Management|
|MGT 5084||Material Acquisition Management|
|MGT 5087||Transportation Management|
|MGT 5500||Integrated Logistics Management|
TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED 33
*Students in the LEDC Cooperative Degree program must take MGT 5010 as one of their elective courses.
Note: Electives may be taken with approval of both the faculty advisor and program head from other graduate-level offerings in other colleges or academic units.