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Choosing a Logistics School

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In a rapidly changing economy, education is key to success. That’s true whether you are looking to pursue an associate’s degree, a graduate who is seeking an advanced master’s degree, or a company executive looking to increase your knowledge and skills in logistics. There are a variety of educational options to meet your time, budget and career goals.

Colleges and universities offer bachelor’s degrees in supply chain management, logistics management transport and distribution, international trade and customs. These programs give you a broad understanding of all aspects of the field, including sourcing and procurement and transportation systems and global logistics, inventory and warehouse management, and import and export regulations and laws.

Professional organizations also offer certifications and continuing education courses. The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals for instance, offers a Certified Logistics Professional designation (CLMP) which requires a bachelor’s level degree and three-years of industry experience. Another option is the Certified Contract Manager (CPCM), offered by the National Contract Management Association. This certification focuses on contract management in specific sectors, including commerce, defense, local and federal government agencies, as well as education.

While companies are demanding more educational opportunities for rank-and-file workers They are also seeking programs that are geared to their specific business needs. This is especially relevant to logistics professionals who are responsible for the distribution and storage of consumer products. Therefore, it is important to look into your options and choose the right program to meet your career goals. It is important to consider the location, the tuition cost and financial aid, course offerings, and the staffing.


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