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Master of Managerial Logistics

Military Personnel

NDSU offers a Master of Managerial Logistics degree. This online program targets military officers and DOD civilians who want to meet the logistical challenges of the 21st century. The Master of Managerial Logistics (MML) is offered online and addresses all twelve points of the National Logistics Curriculum. The goal of the program is to provide educational access for U.S. military personnel wherever they may be located—at bases throughout the United States and around the world. The MML program is listed in Department of the Army Pamphlet 600-3, "Commissioned Officer Professional Development and Career Management as a competitive category civil school broadening opportunity for lieutenants, captains and majors.

NDSU's unique program provides the breadth and depth of knowledge needed for global logistics and supply chain operations and employs an innovative learning strategy that stresses the need for coordinated and integrated actions in complex emergencies, consistent with the goals of the Joint Logistics Enterprise. The MML curriculum is built around a supply chain/logistics concentration of 17 credit hours, complemented by courses that build a broader understanding of the technological and operational context of modern logistics.

Students who have successfully complete the Theatre Logistics Planner (TLog) program at the Army Logistics University may be awarded nine transfer credits with submission of their official transcript toward the completion of the Master of Managerial Logistics degree. Students who complete other military courses, not limited to US Army Command and General Staff College and Captains Career Course-CLC3 may request evaluation of official transcripts for credit toward the MML degree up to 10 credits.

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