Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Associate of Applied Science
Want to see the busiest and most profitable marketplace society has ever built? Just take a look around you! We live in a global economy. International trade is how tens of thousands of companies function, from huge corporations to small shops. Become a vital link in this chain of commerce with a degree from San Jacinto College. Our program teaches you the complexities of successfully operating in the global logistics community. You may decide to become an importer-exporter or enter the fast-changing world of wholesale and retail buying or one of the many other options that a degree from San Jacinto College opens for you!
The San Jacinto College Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management program:
- Is designed to prepare students for careers in transportation industries, international logistics, and global supply chain management industries;
- Offers a solid foundation in import/export management processes, world economics, licensing and documentation, US Customs regulations, and political-legal factors in the foreign trade environment;
- Teaches students about international purchasing and sourcing, international marketing strategies, monetary systems, international and domestic transportation and logistics, organizational culture, and global maritime management; and
- Provides field experience that offers hands-on experience as logistics interns with companies in the Greater Houston area.
Graduates of this program will work as specialists in:
- Importing and exporting,
- Trade compliance,
- The United States government,
- Freight forwarding,
- Custom brokering,
- Ocean/truck/rail/air transportation,
- Logistics, and
- Retail and wholesale representation.
Production, Planning, and Expediting Clerk: $55,183 per year1
Source: texaswages.com, median salary Gulf Coast region, 2021
For more information, students may contact Ivy Jenkins at 281-998-6350, x 7221or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management program is designed to produce graduates who are qualified for entry-level positions in a multitude of career opportunities in distribution, transportation, warehousing, trucking operations, supply chain, and manufacturing organizations. In today’s global marketplace, students have unprecedented opportunities to become logistics and supply chain management professionals who are capable of integrating and optimizing all the steps required to deliver the right product to the right customer at the right time. With the performance of the logistical and supply chain process being a critical factor in a company’s profitability, the demand for skilled workers in this field continues to increase. All the program courses listed in the Certificate of Technology below also apply toward the Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree. A student completing the courses as outlined per term can complete this AAS degree in two years.
Students enrolling into San Jacinto College programs with external learning experiences (i.e., clinical, practicum, externship, cooperative, etc.) will be required to comply with the immunization requirements and policies of the clinical/external learning sites to engage in all clinical/external learning experiences. Vaccination requirements at clinical/external learning sites are implemented pursuant to the independent authority of such facilities and are not mandated by San Jacinto College. Failure to meet the immunization requirements mandated by clinical/external learning sites may limit a student’s ability to complete the program and/or may delay the student’s graduation date. San Jacinto College does not process exemptions, and students should address potential vaccination exemptions directly with the clinical/external learning site.
Plan of Study
|LMGT 1319||Introduction to Business Logistics||3|
|BCIS 1305 |
or ITSC 1309
|Business Computer Applications |
or Integrated Software Applications I
|LMGT 1321||Introduction to Materials Handling||3|
|ENGL 1301||Composition I||3|
|BUSI 1301||Business Principles||3|
|LMGT 1325||Warehouse and Distribution Center Management||3|
|IBUS 1301||Principles of Exports||3|
|GEOG 1303||World Regional Geography||3|
|LMGT 1323||Domestic and International Transportation Management||3|
|ENGL 1302 |
or ENGL 2311
|Composition II |
or Technical and Business Writing
|LMGT 1345||Economics of Transportation and Distribution||3|
|IBUS 1302||Principles of Imports||3|
|IBUS 2341||Intercultural Management||3|
|LMGT 2334||Principles of Traffic Management||3|
|MATH 1332 |
or MATH 1314
|Contemporary Mathematics (Quantitative Reasoning) 1 |
or College Algebra
|ECON 2302||Principles of Microeconomics||3|
|LMGT 2388 |
or IBUS 2332
|Internship: Logistics and Materials Management |
or Global Business Simulation
|BMGT 1392||Special Topics in Purchasing, Procurement, and Contracts Management||3|
|LMGT 2330||International Logistics Management||3|
|SPCH 1315||Public Speaking||3|
Capstone Experience: LMGT 2388 Internship: Logistics and Materials Management or IBUS 2332 Global Business Simulation
Students desiring to obtain a baccalaureate degree should take MATH 1314 College Algebra.