Transportation - Logistics

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Program Information

  • Location: Oak Creek Campus
  • Pathway: Business & Management
  • Program Code: 30-182-2
  • Offering: In-class
  • Degree Type: Technical Diploma
  • Start Dates: August/January

About the Program

DESCRIPTION

Prepare for success in the growing transportation and logistics industry, which is involved with managing the movement of products and supplies. This program’s blended format is 50% online and 50% classroom.

Employment opportunities are expected to grow as supply and distribution systems become increasingly complex, and important, in the global economy.

You can apply your credits toward completing the Supply Chain Management associate degree.


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If you want to pursue a career in transportation, distribution, purchasing, production or inventory control, this program will interest you. Areas of study include supply chains and quality management. The program’s blended format is 50% online and 50% classroom.

Detailed Program Information

2020-21 Curriculum

Semester Course Course Name Credits
(1) BADM-106 MS Office for Business Applications 3
(1) INDVTS-102 Career Assessment/Portfolio Development 3
(1) LOGMGT-164 Supply Chain Management 3
(2) LOGMGT-146 Operations Management 3
(2) LOGMGT-184 International Logistics -
Transportation/Documentation
3
(2) LOGMGT-190 Logistics 3
TOTAL CREDITS 18

( ) Semester order for full-time students.
‡ Prerequisite required.

Program curriculum requirements are subject to change.

Current MATC students should consult their Academic Program Plan for specific curriculum requirements.

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Program Outcomes

  • Define (plan) operations, transportation, procurement and distribution
  • Measure operations, transportation, procurement and distribution
  • Analyze operations, transportation, procurement and distribution
  • Improve operations, transportation, procurement and distribution
  • Control operations, transportation, procurement and distribution

Career Outlook

Employment opportunities are expected to grow because supply and distribution systems have become increasingly complex, and important, in today's global economy.

Companies rely on logisticians to manage the movement of their products and supplies, and the performance of a company’s logistical and supply chain process is an important factor in profitability. Governments and the military also rely on logisticians. This program can prepare you for entry-level positions.

Possible Careers

Logistics Planner
Logistics Coordinator
Logistics Manager
Transportation Coordinator
Import/Export Coordinator

Admission Requirements

Basic computer skills.

Scholarships

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Business & Management Academic & Career Pathway
414-456-5323, leadpathway@matc.edu

Downtown Milwaukee Campus, Main Building, Room M312-314
Mequon Campus, Room A108-110
Oak Creek Campus, Room A121
West Allis Campus, Room 103

Last updated: 04/20/2020