Administration/Logistics Management

Georgia College & State University
United States
Qualification
Master's Degree
Study mode
Full-time
Duration
2 years
Tuition fee (local)
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Tuition fee (foreign)
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Entry Requirements

Requirement

Prospective students must hold a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited institution and show promise of high quality work at the graduate level.  A complete set of application materials consists of:  1)  graduate application; 2)  two officials copies of transcripts from all colleges and universities you have attended; 3)  graduate entrance exam scores from either the MAT, GRE or GMAT; and 4)  proof of immunizations.

Curriculum

Subjects

Logistics Engineering (a minimum of one of the following):
LOGS 5301: Systems Engineering & Analysis       
LOGS 5302: Logistics Engineering   
LOGS 5307: Reliability & Maintainability
LOGS 6633: Advanced Logistics Engineering & Planning


Logistics Management
(a minimum of one of the following):
LOGS 5306: Supply Chain Management
LOGS 6634: Case Studies in Supply Chain Management
LOGS 6647: Logistics Processes & Management

Quantitative Logistics Methods (a minimum of one of the following):
LOGS 6635: Models in Reliability & Maintainability
LOGS 6639: Advanced Engineering Economy
LOGS 6643: Advanced Prod Planning & Control
LOGS 6649: Logistics Quantitative Methods

Distribution Logistics (a minimum of one of the following):
LOGS 6651: Distribution Management
LOGS 6654: Packaging, Warehousing & Inventory Control

Students complete their 36 total hours by completing 3 additional logistics courses from those they have not already taken in the logistics theme areas above, or from the additional logistics courses reflected below; and by completing 5 managerial courses.   A management course is construed to be:  (1) any 5000-6000 level graduate courses in business and public administration; and (2) up to a maximum of 3 courses from LOGS 5306, LOGS 6647, LOGS 6650, LOGS 6652, or LOGS 6653.

Additional Logistics Classes
LOGS 5950: Special Topics (program management, lean operations, etc.)   
LOGS 6650: Purchasing & Materials Management
LOGS 6652: Commercial/Government Contract Law
LOGS 6653: International Trade & the Logistics Environment
LOGS 6940: Independent Study (3 or 6 hrs)

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