UNF will be launching a new Logistics Masters Program this August.
The new program will be one of only two in Florida, according to the university.
Applications for The Master of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management degree program are due by Friday, August 9.
Students will get the opportunity to work with Professors who have experience and expertise in the industry.
The success rate of the undergraduate logistics program is partially the reason the master’s program is being introduced, according to the university.
“This master’s level logistics and supply chain management program is an opportunity to partner with the Jacksonville business community to strengthen an already thriving logistics and supply chain management workforce in the Northeast Florida region,” said the UNF Coggin College of Business Dean, Dr. Mark Dawkins.
Nearly 90 percent of graduates from UNF’s Transportation and Logistics Flagship Program are employed, according to the university.
Applications for the 32 credit hour degree are currently being accepted by UNF.
For additional information, visit UNF’s website.
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