NDSU’s Master of Managerial Logistics program was highlighted recently in the August issue of Military Logistics Forum.
In a feature titled “Educating the Logistician,” Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute director Denver Tolliver described the program’s focus on career military officers, Department of Defense civilians and other logistics professionals. Tolliver said NDSU is working to make it an international program, working with universities in South Korea and Morocco. He also noted NDSU is extending the program to the National Guard and is in discussions with the U.S. Army with regard to offering the program at Fort Lee in Virginia, home to U.S. Army training programs in logistics and transportation.
NDSU’s program was established in 2007 and focuses on risk analysis and dealing with uncertainty in the decision-making process.
To read the article, visit www.military-logistics-forum.com/military-logistics-forum/426-mlf-2012-volume-6-issue-7-august/5816-educating-the-logistician.html. Go to www.ndsu.edu/transportation for more information on NDSU's program.
NDSU is recognized as one of the nation’s top 108 public and private universities by the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education.