NDSU’s logistics master’s program featured in military magazine
An NDSU graduate program tailored specifically to logistics professionals in the military is featured in a magazine highlighting higher education opportunities and trends for military students.
Transportation and Logistics Program director Denver Tolliver discussed NDSU’s Master of Managerial Logistics Program in the April edition of Military Advanced Education. Tolliver’s comments were included in the article, “Logistically Speaking,” which outlined how pursuing a degree in logistics or supply chain management can help service members advance in both the military and civilian worlds. NDSU was one of several schools featured in the article.
Tolliver notes NDSU’s program includes key courses such as logistics, supply chain management and international logistics. “That nucleus is then complemented by courses in crisis analysis and homeland security and technology advances in logistics,” he said.
A highlight of NDSU’s program is a capstone course that synthesizes concepts from previous classes and helps students crystallize and apply their knowledge to new and emerging problems.
Visit www.military-advanced-education.com/military-advanced-education/477-mae-2013-volume-8-issue-2-march/6574-logistically-speaking.html to view the article with photos as well as an advertisement for NDSU’s graduate programs in managerial logistics and transportation and urban systems. The article begins on page 19 and the ad appears on page 21.
NDSU is recognized as one of the nation's top 108 public and private universities by the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education.