Upon successful completion of the program, the learner will be able to:
Describe major logistics functions and activities.
Differentiate logistics and supply chain management.
Describe alternative ways to organize for supply chain management.
Describe methods of inventory planning. Utilize critical thinking in addressing issues.
Explain how technology has and continues to change logistics and supply chain management.
Compare modes of transportation and related policies.
Outline computer and supply chain security measures.
Describe warehouse processes, systems, and performance measures.
Describe documentation and terms of sale for international shipments.
Demonstrate business ethics, a strong work ethic and solution to critical business issues.
Discuss communication skills and leadership styles.
Explain purchasing processes, policies, and procedures.
Discuss major physical and cultural factors affecting differing geographical regions.
Describe the principles of marketing and order fulfillment.
Communicate effectively in both oral and written forms for all business settings.
This pathway is a suggested sequence of courses for your program of study. Work with an advisor to develop a unique pathway for you based on your placement recommendations, any prior college courses, and your specific situation. The courses listed reflect the minimum requirements for this program. *Designed for students who have completed prerequisites and have met college preparatory requirements in math, writing and reading.
General Education Note: Ensure that one general education CTE course fulfills one of the awareness categories: