Ancilla College’s location, literally surrounded by transportation and distribution centers, is in the road, rail, and shipping nexus of the Crossroads of America. Today, logistics employs more than 250,000 Hoosiers, with 75,000 more in logistics-related careers with regional manufacturers. Overall, Indiana’s logistics employment rate in storage and warehousing is already 60 percent higher than the national average and that trend is likely to continue.
In the Logistics and Inventory Systems program you will learn to apply logistics concepts and analytically sound principles to the flow of goods in a supply chain. You will solve and professionally communicate technical solutions and results. Your courses and experiences will also help you build a base from which you can continue your education and develop workplace skills in the field.
Concentration Requirements: 18 credit hours
General Education Requirements: 44 credit hours
ASSOCIATE DEGREE in LOGISTICS & INVENTORY SYSTEMS TOTAL: 60-62 credit hours
The Logistics certificate is designed to provide a broad background in general education and a basic foundation in the area of logistics and inventory systems. This certificate is part of a pathway program leading to the associate degree.
The primary goals for the Logistics certificate is to apply foundational logistics concepts and sound analytical principles to efficiently and effectively advance logistics and supply chain management capabilities, provide opportunities to solve and professionally communicate technical solutions and results, and to understand the need to pursue lifelong learning in the field.
Total Credits Required for Certificate – 30-31 credits
This program is endorsed by Conexus Indiana and the North Central Regional Logistics Council. Read more here.
Warehouse & shipping management
Customer service and fulfillment
Retail sales, planning and management
Distribution center or transportation dispatcher
Shipping and receiving service and management
Inventory and materials processes