The American Society of Transportation and Logistics (ASTL) provides a career pathway of lifelong learning for professionals in the transportation logistics industry. Earn your industry credential as a GLA, PLS, CTL or DLP and an opportunity to connect with colleagues around the world. ASTL provides state-of-the-art knowledge for developing practical answers to today’s transportation and logistics challenges.
Visit the APICS Career Center at www.apicscareercenter.com to find production and inventory management jobs with Fortune 500 and other leading companies. The site contains job listings for materials managers, supply chain managers, implementation specialists, inventory control specialists, logistics coordinators, and more. Visit the APICS Career Center at www.apicscareercenter.com today!
The Supply Chain Management Department at W. P. Carey is regularly ranked in the top five by U.S. News & World Report. Earn a certificate or an MBA with an area of emphasis in supply chain management. Offered entirely online, these programs enable busy working professionals to balance the demands of work and school. Please call 480-965-8006 or visit the Web site today.
Trade globally…learn locally! Baruch College’s Weissman Center for International Business and Division of Continuing and Professional Studies (CAPS) runs 45+ practical courses and 7 rigorous certificate programs to develop and advance your international trade career. We offer Customs Broker License Test Preparation, Import and Export Operations, Logistics, Supply Chain Management, International Entrepreneurship, NASBITE-endorsed Certified Global Business Professional test preparation, and more. Earn NCBFAA-approved CEUs in 13 courses and 10 seminars. Taught by industry experts on our NYC campus, NJ port area, onsite, and online.
Be a leader in your company. Gain the knowledge and skills that logistics executives need in their employees today. Bellevue University offers career-relevant master’s degrees such as MIS and Project Management, and bachelor’s degrees such as Supply Chain & Logistics Management. Classes are available 100 percent online and you can use the learning you receive on the job the next day! Learn more now.
Air, land or sea...if your company lacks the training necessary for shipping and handling dangerous goods, The Bureau of Dangerous Goods is the place for all your training needs. The Bureau offers onsite, classroom, and online training. Our certified instructors have been teaching since 1982, and are recognized worldwide as leaders in the field. Visit our Web site for more information. We can also specialize training to suit your company's needs.
A Supply Chain Management certificate is an opportunity to learn how to effectively and efficiently manage the activities of the supply chain and prepare yourself for an in-demand career. While you’re learning to improve profits, you’re learning new skills to improve your career goals. The certificate consists of six required courses totaling 120 hours of lecture, discussion, projects, and interactive exercises. Students not pursuing a certificate are welcome to take selected courses individually.
The Center for International Trade and Transportation (CITT) acts as a catalyst for growth, and offers a neutral ground for addressing issues along the entire global logistics pipeline. CITT is a partner with METRANS, a University Transportation Center funded by the U.S. DOT and Caltrans. The Global Logistics Specialist (GLS) and the Marine Terminal Operations Professional (MTOP) are industry-driven training programs. The GLS serves both users and providers of global logistics services. Classes are offered on the CSULB campus and in an innovative online format. The MTOP program addresses all aspects of terminal operations from container terminals, breakbulk, and RoRo to cruise terminals. For more information, visit this Web site.
Central Michigan University's online Master of Business Administration degree with an emphasis in logistics management is an accelerated 34-credit degree program taught completely online that takes two years to complete. The degree's nine core courses — including logistics management, integrated logistics strategy, lean logistics, and risk-based logistics networks — form a solid foundation in business administration.
Columbus State's Supply Chain Management Program: Expanding Access to Domestic & Global Logistics Education. Our goal is to provide educational options in supply chain management to students and industry professionals. We work with business and education partners to ensure that our curriculum is current and responsive to industry needs. All of our courses are online, enabling students to complete both certificates and associate degrees totally at a distance. The Supply Chain Management degree is certified by ACBSP.
Currie Associates offers on-site, remote Web-based, and online training courses customized to your company operations on topics such as 49 CFR; ADR; IATA/ICAO; IMDG; transportation of batteries; blocking, bracing and cargo securement; and multimodal courses. Currie Associates also provides copies of required regulatory code books and publishes a variety of training programs and compliance guides.
The Distribution and Logistics Program at East Carolina University provides a unique combination of coursework that prepares students for successful careers in a range of challenging areas. Courses cover supply chain management, purchasing and procurement, warehousing and materials handling, inventory management, production planning, and quality control. Course work is supported in the Distribution Simulation Laboratory, which provides real-world experience in ERP systems, using SAP.
Elmhurst’s MS-SCM program is designed for professionals with at least three years of work experience in any area of business, and provides them with a broad perspective on supply chain management. Combining coursework in logistics, manufacturing, inventory, transportation, technology, and procurement management, the 21-month, part-time program culminates with a team presentation of a “real-world” consulting project, requiring one year of work and development.
Earn your Master of Arts in Transportation Policy, Operations, and Logistics from the George Mason School of Public Policy. This degree takes a multidisciplinary approach to prepare graduates to work effectively in today’s logistically integrated intermodal transportation systems. Students study issues such as smart growth, congestion, supply chain management, and intelligent transportation systems. This program offers broad training in finance, law, security, the environment, and policy-making that is required to advance in nearly every transportation organization.
The Georgia Tech Supply Chain & Logistics Institute (SCL) offers a comprehensive curriculum of short courses and seminars in which participants can earn a professional certificate in Supply Chain and Logistics or a professional certificate in Lean Supply Chain. More than 18 open enrollment supply chain and logistics short courses are offered each year. SCL can also assemble a curriculum designed for individual company needs. SCL students come from all segments of the logistics community – from manufacturing and distribution, warehousing, transportation, and third-party logistics to consulting and information technology.
After 10 years in existence, Georgia Tech’s Executive Masters in International Logistics & Supply Chain Strategy (EMIL-SCS) program is clearly in a category of its own. For the senior logistics executive seeking an advanced degree in international logistics and supply chain strategy, EMIL-SCS is the program of choice. We combine a strategic blend of people, places, and content that goes far beyond a workshop. EMIL-SCS offers a life-enhancing opportunity to spend time with others who, like you, seek to define the future of supply chain logistics. You will do exactly that, across four continents, working in teams to resolve real-world issues. The friendships you build will last a lifetime.
There is no better place to learn supply chain and logistics management than at Golden Gate University, which boasts one of the largest and most comprehensive operations and supply chain management programs in California. Get your professional education in person in downtown San Francisco, or entirely online. Golden Gate University is a pioneer in quality management education. You’ll be taught by faculty who are leading operations professionals, and you will gain the knowledge, skills, and tools to lead a successful career in this critical facet of business.
The MBA in Supply Chain Management at Governors State University provides a strong business foundation along with cutting-edge theories and practices essential to addressing supply chain management issues facing organizations today. This accelerated 17-month educational program is specifically designed for working professionals: 100% online format; highly interactive cohort format; well-rounded curriculum; dedicated, world class full-time faculty; ACBSP Accreditation; CN sponsored video conferencing center and student fellowships; listed as one of the "Hottest New MBA" in the WSJ.
ILM offers quality, cost-effective, self-paced Professional Certifications in Transportation, Logistics, and Supply Chain for students to achieve competency in the logistics industry. ILM integrates transportation, logistics, and supply chain to certify professionals for “real-world” application. Now offering 8 Certifications. For further information, contact us at 888-456-4600 or email@example.com.
The tempo of trade has increased globally and the demand for qualified professionals with proven skills and knowledge is on the rise. Since 1995, IIEI at Dunlap-Stone University has been a global leader, providing practical, in-demand education and training. Individuals seeking professional significant degrees and certifications with an emphasis in international trade and logistics, call an advisor today at 800-474-8013.
The International Logistics Research Institute publishes The International Journal of Logistics Management, which provides a global forum for the exchange of new ideas and practices in the dynamic fields of logistics and supply chain management. Edited for broad appeal to practicing managers and researchers as well as to teachers and students, The International Journal of Logistics Management spans the gap between the theoretical approach of academic works and the case history journalism of trade magazines. To subscribe or contribute, visit www.ijlm.org
Through in-depth study of an organization's value chain, Lehigh University's supply chain management certificate program demonstrates how supply chain activities are linked both internally and externally. In a creative, hands-on environment that uses case studies and industry experts, students explore the multiple factors that impact a company's supply chain. The curriculum offers a wide-ranging focus for students who wish to explore the broader issues of the supply chain–from team leadership to activity-based costing.
Lenoir Community College (LCC) currently offers the only A.A.S. degree/certificate program in Global Logistics Technology (GLT) that can be earned completely online. The course of study prepares individuals for a multitude of career opportunities in distribution, supply chain, and transportation. LCC is preparing tomorrow's logistics leaders today through innovative yet flexible distance learning applications. For more information about the GLT program visit the LCC web site.
Now your employees can be trained online to meet DOT’s regulatory requirements with Lion Technology’s unique hazmat training. Over 50 online programs allow you to pick and choose the right curriculum for each employee - from loading dock workers, packagers, forklift operators, and clerical assistants to those shipping consumer commodities and materials of trade. Effective and affordable, training is tailored to the needs and pace of each employee. Expert instructors and a wealth of printed materials back up the program so no question goes unanswered. To register or to try a free training program visit www.lion.com/hmt.
Gain a deeper understanding of the management of business logistics through Maine Maritime Academy's International Business & Logistics (IBL) courses. The only program of its kind in Maine and New England, the course teaches students how to directly apply the knowledge they gain through this cooperative educational experience. It provides exposure to real-world problems and issues confronting contemporary global managers. Get the details you need to advance your career; log on to this site today.
The new James B. Henry Center for Executive Development at MSU provides a state-of-the-art learning environment for continuing education. Programs for managers and executives may be highly customized to meet business/industry needs, delivered by our renowned faculty and industry experts. For more than 50 years, we have been developing business leaders for the global economy. Find out how executive development programs bring a world-class learning environment to you and your organization. Log on to this web site today.
Michigan State has been at the forefront of supply chain education since the 1950s with unparalleled research and teaching programs. We offer four specialty tracks — logistics, operations management, purchasing, and rail management — matching your interests and your career. MSSCM classes provide specific, deeper knowledge of supply chain practices and technologies and the program structure allows you to keep working full-time while earning your graduate degree.
The MIT Sloan School of Management, based in Cambridge, Mass., is one of the world’s leading business schools -- conducting cutting-edge research and providing management education to top students from more than 60 countries. What makes the MIT Sloan community so dynamic is the absence of boundaries. Invention is cross-cultural, multi-disciplinary, inter-generational, and a result of one key common denominator: excellence. Members of this community believe strongly that there’s no point in striving for anything else.
Mount Royal University’s Supply Chain Management Extension Certificate provides the fundamental topics and components of working within supply chains, including distribution, inventory, and warehouse control; and e-business and procurement strategies. If you are a supply chain professional, consultant, or seeking a career in this growing field, acquire a broad overview of how different parts of the supply chain fit together and the critical role they play in the success of all organizations. Courses available online and in the classroom.
The Logistics Management Program at Norco College (formerly Riverside Community College) includes both certificate and Associate of Science degree options. Courses within Norco's Logistics Management Program include: Principles of Logistics, Purchasing Management, Freight Claims, Logistics Contracts, Transportation and Traffic Management, Warehouse Management, Inventory Management, Computerized Logistics, and International Logistics. The academic Logistics Management Program is part of an array of services offered by the district designed to support the logistics business community.
Distance and Continuing Education at North Dakota State University offers 29 online programs including undergraduate and graduate degrees, and graduate certificates. Our Transportation Leadership Graduate Certificate is a 12 credit post- baccalaureate certificate designed for workforce development within the transportation industry. Earn Professional Development Hours while taking fully online courses in transportation policy, systems engineering, planning, operations, safety, security and finance.
Looking for high-quality, life-long learning opportunities that are what you want, when you want, where you want, and how you want them? Look at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College. This two-year technical college serves Northeast Wisconsin by providing education, training, and life-long learning opportunities for individuals and businesses leading to the development of a skilled workforce. Online courses include global business management, logistics, supply chain management, and more.
Since 1954, the Northwestern University Transportation Center (NUTC) has been recognized as a leading interdisciplinary education and research institution. It is dedicated to the long-term improvement of domestic and international systems for the movement of materials, people, energy, and information. NUTC serves industry, government, and the public through its research, Northwestern’s graduate-level degree programs, and other educational and outreach programs.
Fisher College of Business offers open enrollment executive education programs in supply chain management that focus on the management of essential business processes, both cross-functionally and with key members of the supply chain. In the seminar you will learn the key business processes: customer relationship management, supplier relationship management, demand management, order fulfillment, manufacturing flow management, product development and commercialization, and returns management. For programs in 2013, visit our Web site or call 614-292-033l.
At Penn State Executive Programs, we know what is expected of today’s executives and we know how to help you achieve it. Today’s executive needs more than theory. At Penn State Executive Programs, an executive education experience is designed to stretch your thinking, expose you to cutting-edge business practices, then help you apply them to the real challenges facing your business. Penn State Executive Programs offers real-world solutions to real-world challenges.
The Global Supply Chain Management Initiative at Purdue University's Krannert School of Management gives future managers the opportunity to be on the forefront of emerging ideas and technologies that promise to provide a differentiating advantage to businesses in the future. Krannert's strong core curriculum helps build your skills, hone your leadership ability through hands-on project learning, and gain a global perspective through international study trips.
The online Transportation Leadership Graduate Certificate (TLGC) Program is a unique opportunity for professional development and career advancement. For transportation industry leaders, the TLGC provides the education needed beyond a bachelor's degree, addressing critical transportation issues such as policy, management, safety, security, logistics, and more. Students can select four graduate-level, online courses in their areas of interest that are taught by leading faculty at universities around the United States to earn the certificate.
Managing Your Supply Chain for Global Competitiveness. Directed by Professor Hau Lee, one of the world's leading experts on supply chain integration and coordination, and co-director of the Stanford Global Supply Chain Forum, this six-day executive education program introduces ideas that will inspire breakthrough improvement in your supply chain strategy and operations. Explore proven business models in critical areas such as IT strategy, product and process design, outsourcing, and forecasting. Analyze relevant, real-world business cases from a range of industries -- all while building a worldwide network of executive peers in supply chain, operations, logistics, and technology. Aug. 21-26, 2005 at Stanford University. Visit our web site above or call (+1) 650-723-3341.
The Supply and Value Chain Center is focused on creating education and research opportunities that will benefit our students, faculty, and the business community. Our offerings include: Executive Education Programs, Executive Forums, Annual Global Supply Chain Conferences, Faculty Research, and Undergraduate and Graduate Academic Programs. For more information, please visit our website at www.svcc.tcu.edu.
The Supply Chain Council web site (www.supply-chain.org) features news and information about the council and its worldwide chapters. The site is divided into a public and a member's only section. Non-members are welcome to browse the site for general information, while members are issued a password and have access to SCOR-model related materials and conference proceedings.
The Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University, a nationally recognized leader in logistics and supply chain education and research since 1920, offers the oldest such program in the country. Whitman supply chain graduates gain professional experience as students and enjoy a strong alumni network. For practitioners, we offer a talented intern/employee pool, and events to renew and update your skills. We also offer BS, MBA, MS, PhD, and executive programs in supply chain, as well as electives in Whitman’s highly-regarded distance-learning MBA option.
The Logistics Institute is a non-profit organization that certifies individuals working in logistics with the Professional Logistician (P.Log.) Designation. We are the industry's leading source of logistics training and certification. We provide you with a comprehensive approach to logistics and the supply chain. You will learn the roles, responsibilities, tasks, and competencies required by logistics managers to make executive decisions in a global marketplace.
The Transportation Intermediaries Association (TIA) is the professional organization of the third-party logistics industry. TIA is the only organization exclusively representing transportation intermediaries of all disciplines doing business in domestic and international commerce. TIA is the voice of transportation intermediaries to shippers, carriers, government officials, and international organizations.
The Department of Logistics at the University of Alaska Anchorage offers a Master of Science in Global Supply Chain Management (30 credits, 20 months, emphasis on strategy, leadership, knowledge management, and international business practices). Also offered are: a BBA in Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management (4 years); an Associate of Applied Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Operations (2 years); and a Certificate in Logistics and Supply Chain Operations (1 year).
The Sam M. Walton College of Business offers a top-ranked MBA with a supply chain concentration, as well as an undergraduate major and doctoral program. Our faculty are world-class experts in global logistics. Leveraging the resources of our Supply Chain Management Research Center, our students have access to the best minds working in the field today. For more information on the University of Arkansas' programs, visit our site today.
Supply Chain Management at the University of Arkansas offers undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral logistics programs within the Sam M. Walton College of Business. The undergraduate and graduate programs have been ranked among the top 10 public university supply chain programs by U.S. News and World Report. With both an outreach center and department dedicated to supply chain management, you will find an array of educational options including conference information, executive education classes, and current research.
The ITI (Intermodal Transportation Institute) Executive Masters Program at the University of Denver offers a rigorous curriculum and hands-on approach for developing advanced management skills for working professionals in the transportation, supply chain, and logistics industries. This is an 18-month graduate program with five one-week Denver residencies and a travel seminar to an international location. Applications are being accepted for classes beginning in September 2013.
The primary mission of the Center for Supply Chain Management at the University of Florida (UF) is to bring together executives, UF faculty, and students in order to pursue excellence in SCM practice, education, and research. The major focus of this center is to deliver an online Professional Master of Science degree with a concentration in SCM; collaborate with a set of industry partners to develop an internship program for UF students interested in SCM; and identify issues of practical relevance in SCM that can be addressed through innovative research.
The Ross School of Business' one-year Masters Program in Supply Chain Management (MSCM) provides a distinctive educational experience and unsurpassed preparation to assume a leadership role in supply chain management. Ross' MSCM program combines a comprehensive SCM curriculum, business electives, and extensive contact with SCM leaders. As a real-time complement to coursework, students consult for actual corporations to deliver data-driven solutions to real business issues. For information, contact us at 734-647-1396 or visit us on the Web.
The University of Michigan's two-week program covers strategic design and management topics including: Lean logistics overview, inventory management, macro value stream mapping, supplier selection, evaluation and global sourcing, value chain integration, mass customization principles, third-party logistics providers, and distribution system design in the first week. Tactical tools such as lean warehousing, IT in lean logistics, managing distribution and transportation, rapid plant assessment of logistics and supply chains, and a lean warehousing simulation are covered in week two. Check our Web site for more information or call 734-647-7200.
The Texas Logistics Education Foundation Center (TLEF) is a private not- for-profit foundation committed to excellence in logistics education. The Center establishes a partnership between businesses and the academic community designed to advance the study and practice of logistics and supply chain management in Texas, nationally and globally. Integrating the resources and expertise of academic faculty and students with those of industry helps TLEF achieve its mission and objectives.
The University of San Diego’s ISM-approved Master of Science in Supply Chain Management is delivered via e-learning with only a few on-campus sessions per year. Through relevant curriculum with applied learning, you’ll develop leadership competencies that will enable you to initiate change and drive improvements across increasingly complex supply chain networks. Join us now for two years that will change your life!
Network and discuss your work-related challenges with expert faculty and your industry peers from around the country in our short two- and three-day budget-friendly courses. Through intelligent decision making and innovative problem solving learned in our courses, you'll discover exciting solutions to implement viable changes to your workplace. Prove your dedication to your career and your trade by earning your Professional Development Certificate in Supply Chain Leadership or Transportation and Logistics Management.
The University of Wisconsin-Superior’s Center for Continuing Education offers the Certified in Transportation and Logistics (CTL) online program. This entirely online program satisfies the academic requirements to achieve CTL certification through the American Society of Transportation and Logistics (ASTL). Complete this program and get certified in as little as six months from the convenience of your home or office. For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 800-370-9882.
The Vincennes University Logistics Training and Education Center features 30,000 square feet of classrooms, cutting edge training equipment and material handling/flexible lab space. Programs at the facility offer industry-developed curriculum, state-of-the-art classrooms and labs, and career pathways leading towards industry-recognized credentials. Working directly with employers, VU creates tailored training and educational opportunities to meet workforce demands. Contact us today about our certificates and degree programs! James Dolan, Director of Logistics 317-381-6028 www.VULogistics.com
The mission of the College of Business and Technology at Western Illinois University is to provide a focus for educational excellence that promotes the intellectual and personal growth of participants and enhances their contributions to individuals, organizations, and society. The Marketing faculty has created a curriculum that lets students interested in marketing careers select separate career tracks in Marketing Management or Supply Chain Management. Majors in these fields qualify for an array of paid internships and can apply for more than 25 departmental scholarships. Job placement rates and beginning salaries are high in most business fields, but few can match the 100-percent placement rate of supply chain management students.
The Master of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management provides a rich blend of real-life experience, case material, and rigorous curriculum taught by outstanding faculty and industry experts. This unique one-year program combines four in-person residencies, along with nine online courses and a capstone project allowing you to add financial value to your organization. It won’t be an easy 12 months — but the payoff will be worth it! More details can be found at www.wright-masters-lscm-org.