Choosing a Logistics School

Education is the key to success in a changing economy. This is relevant whether you’re seeking an associate’s level degree or a recent graduate looking for master’s degrees or a top executive at an organization who would like to increase your knowledge of logistics and capabilities. There are numerous options for education to fit your schedule and budget as well as your career objectives.

Colleges and Universities offer bachelor’s degree programs in supply chain, logistics, management, transportation, distribution, and international trade. These programs provide a comprehensive understanding of all aspects of the field including procurement and sourcing transport systems and global logistics, inventory and warehouse management, as well as import and export laws and regulations.

Professional organizations provide certifications and continuing education courses. For instance, the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals offers an Certified Logistics Professional (CLMP) designation which requires a bachelor’s degree and three years of work experience. The National Contract Management Association offers the Certified Contract Manager (CPCM) designation. This designation is focused on contract management within specific sectors, including commerce, defense local and federal government agencies, as well as education.

Companies are looking for programs that are tailored to their specific business requirements. This is particularly true for logisticians who oversee the allocation and storage of consumer products. This is why it is important to research the choices and select a course that best fits your career needs. You should take into consideration the location, the tuition cost, financial aid, course offerings and the staffing.


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