Mission

The Distribution and Logistics minor provides graduates with added knowledge in the areas of transportation, logistics, inventory management, as well as other aspects of Distribution and Logistics. Such knowledge, once applied, will enhance students’ effectiveness and efficiency in the workplace.

Total Credits
15
Apply Before
January 2018
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Objectives and Outcomes

Distribution management activities are carried out by manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers, public warehouse firms, freight forwarders, and public and private transportation firms. Careers in distribution management provide an individual with the potential for rapid advancement within a firm.

Suggested Program

First Semester (3cr.)
MRK 201 Fundamentals of Marketing 3 cr.
Second Semester (6cr.)
MRK 205 Principles of Channel Distribution 3 cr.
MRK 215 Fundamentals of Purchasing 3 cr.
Third Semester (6cr.)
MRK 335 Materials & Warehouse Management 3 cr.
MRK 345 Logistics & Supply Chain Management 3 cr.
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