The Logistics 1 course is designed as an introduction to the principles and practices of logistics and how they integrate into total supply chain management. The course will introduce the logic behind this integration and discuss how organizations have gained a sustainable competitive advantage by implementing programs of total supply chain logistics management into their operations. The course will also look at the critical role information technology plays in achieving this success. The customer service role of the logistics function will be examined from the perspective of both the organization and the consumer. Employment in logistics is available in all career pathways.
Logistics 2 is designed to introduce the fundamentals of warehouse management and inventory control operations and how both fit into the total supply and logistics chains. The course will also explore the physical aspects of warehouse, layout, coding, safety, materials handling, and inventory issue techniques and their implications (both good and bad) for an organization. Employment in logistics is available in all career pathways.