The Logistics program is designed for those individuals wishing to enter the job market with the skills to perform a variety of job functions in the logistics and supply chain field. Logistics specialists evaluate and organize a firms’ supply chain—the system that moves a product from supplier to consumer. Students learn to manage the entire life cycle of a product, which includes how a product is acquired, distributed, allocated, and delivered. Designed to introduce logistics principles to students seeking first-time employment in supply chain management or for more experienced individuals desiring to expand their knowledge.
Courses address Manufacturing Skill Standards Council Certified Logistics Associate Content Area.
A a 16-credit program designed for job functions in logistics and supply chain.
There are no prerequisites for the Logistics program.
Certificates may be earned for successful completion of courses in a specialized program of study with a minimum grade point average of 2.0 (C). At least one third of the credits must be completed at Anoka Technical College.
Also see graduation standards in Anoka Technical College Student Handbook.
NOTE: Program plans are subject to change. Please contact your program advisor for the most current program information.
To see how this program transfers to other programs, review the Anoka Tech articulation agreements at Minnesota Transfer. Articulation agreements are transfer agreements with specific programs and partnering schools. These agreements detail how specific courses transfer to a specific program at the partnering school. For a complete list of Anoka Tech’s articulation agreements listed by program please see this Minnesota Transfer link.
This program may also include Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC) courses. MnTC courses transfer to meet MnTC general education courses throughout the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU) system. MnTC courses from Anoka Technical College transfer to any MnSCU institution to meet the same goal areas that are met at Anoka Tech.
Students are encouraged to contact the Office of Records and Registration at all transfer schools for details about the institution’s transfer process and policies.
For more information please visit our Transfer page.
The logistics marketplace is one of major opportunity. The globalization that is a by-product of extensive use of the Internet has increased the need for a flexible logistics infrastructure to support a global supply network, supporting the movement of goods from a growing number of source locations to meet market demand. Professional standards, proper methodology such as sound logistics strategies and principles, will be emphasized throughout the courses.
Wage information is available from the Minnesota Department of Education and the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development.
Logistic Certificate Gainful Employment Report
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