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Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Associate of Applied Science

Learn fundamental principles of logistics and transportation, as well as skills in inventory control, warehouse management, business, and supervision.

Program/Major Codes: AASLGM/LGM

What can I do with this degree?

Career options: Find entry level to supervisory level positions in inventory control, transportation and warehouse management.

Academic Options:  While this program was not designed to transfer to a 4-year university, it may apply toward Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) or other programs. See Pima’s Transfer Partnerships page to determine which universities offer BAS programs, and research how the universities may accept this program in transfer.

Program Requirements
  

General Education Requirements

This section lists general education requirements that are not fulfilled by core or support courses.*

Credits
Communication Requirement: Communication category 3
Analysis and Critical Thinking Requirement 6
Subtotal 9

Required Core Courses

Course # Course Title Credits
LGM 101 Principles of Logistics and Supply Chain Management 3
LGM 102 Inventory Control 3
LGM 103 Contracts and Freight Claims 3
LGM 104 Computerized Logistics 3
LGM 105 Warehouse Management 3
LGM 106 Transportation and Traffic Management 3
LGM 107 Introduction to Purchasing 3
LGM 108 International Logistics 3
LGM 190 Logistics and Supply Chain Internship 3
Subtotal 27

Required Support Courses

Course # Course Title Credits
BUS 100 Introduction to Business 3
BUS 125 eCommerce 3
CSA 101 Computer Fundamentals 3
GEO 104 World Regional Geography [SUN# GEO 1121] 3
MGT 122 Supervision 3
MGT 230
  or STU 230
Dynamics of Leadership 3
WRT 101 Writing I [SUN# ENG 1101] 3
  or WRT 154    Career Communications    
   Other Electives: select 3 credits from the following list
ACC 100; BUS 148, 220, 250; CSA 110; MGT 130, 280
3
Subtotal 24
Total 60

* NOTE: Other general education requirements are fulfilled by required core and support courses:  Communication Requirement - WRT 101 or 154 fulfill 3 of 6 required credits; Humanities and Social Sciences Requirement – GEO 104 and MGT 230/STU 230 fulfill all 6 required credits; Computer and Information Literacy Requirement fulfilled by CSA 101