Master of Managerial Logistics
The Master of Managerial Logistics is an online professional program consisting of 35 credits of coursework and is a non-thesis degree. However, each student must complete a creative component – which will be a transportation and logistical analysis of a chosen county. Case studies may include: (1) comprehensive evaluation of the transportation planning processes, (2) analysis of all intermodal transportation systems, (3) emergency or disaster response case studies or plans, (4) security programs or issues, and (5) recommendations of logistics movements of goods and people throughout the country.
A minimum of 35 credits is required for the Master of Managerial Logistics. All 35 credits must be completed using approved courses numbered from 700-789. The creative component is the capstone experience, culminating all course material, applications, and research skills together in the Case Studies in Logistics course. An overall GPA of 3.0 or higher must be maintained to remain in good academic standing.
A Plan of Study for the Master of Managerial Logistics is shown below:
Enterprise Resource Planning
Crisis Analysis and Homeland Security
International Logistics Management
Advanced Supply Chain Planning
Technology Advances and Logistics
Organizational Change Management
Adaptive Planning in Logistics
Logistics Decision Analysis
Case Studies in Logistics
Acquisition Contracts: Law and Mgmt