Strategic Logistics Management
Applying and integrating logistics-related topics, including materials management, physical distribution, inventory management, warehousing, logistics network design, customer service, packaging, and materials handling.
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
Course Outcomes: 

Strategic management

Students will be able to develop and implement strategic plans based on a firm's
logistics capabilities.

Network and Process Analysis

Students will be able to use analytical tools to simulate, analyze, and optimize global, supply chain networks and processes.

International Logistics

Students will be able to plan and lead the execution of international logistics strategies in a global supply chain context.

Managerial Skills

Students will demonstrate excellence in analyzing management problems, developing fact based solutions, communicating recommendations, and implementing plans.


Students will demonstrate appropriate managerial professionalism through responsible behavior,
thorough work, and prompt action.

Ethical Behavior

Students will demonstrate the highest possible ethical behavior in completing all work.