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Logistics Degree

About The Degree:

The more global the economy becomes, the more essential will be those who understand logistics and improved transportation systems.  The logistics Bachelor's degree insures that students have mastery in optimizing the movement of materials and inputs within an organization, as well as bringing finished good to markets and consumers in the most cost effective ways.  Our Logistics program give you a complete grounding in the technologies and practices of top-tier professionals.

What Can I Do With This Major?

Your Future with Our Logistics Degree

As a graduate of Missouri Southern's Logistics program, you'll harness your passion for problem solving into a fulfilling, life-long career. Picture yourself in one of these positions:

  • Work for a manufacturing company in a variety of positions such as management of materials, inventory, or operations.
  • Be a supplier source for retailers and wholesalers.
  • Pursue managerial positions for federal, state and local government agencies.
  • Work for a consulting firm to help clients improve the logistics of their business.

What You'll Learn: 

  • The successful Logistics graduate will be able to analyze problems well and develop adequate solutions.
  • The successful Logistics graduate will be able to evaluate materials management problems including standardization, scheduling, inventory control, material flow and effectively develop and present actionable solutions.
  • The successful Logistics graduate will be able to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
  • The successful Logistics graduate will be able to work effectively with others.

This Degree Is Great For You If: 

  • You want to work in logistics in a company to assist with inventory and accounts receivable. 
  • You plan on working y our way up to a managerial position as a logistics manager. 
  • You're interested in a growing field with good job prospects and good salaries. Nationally, logistics graduates earn a salary of $50-60,000 a year.

Options/Courses of Study:

Current Catalog

Bachelor of Science - Logistics