The Master of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management degree program, which UNF will launch in August, will help its students gain the competitive edge needed in the high-growth logistics industry, according to UNF’s website.
The degree program is 32 credit hours. It’s designed to meet the graduate needs of working people, and targets employees with 3-15 years experience in the field of logistics and supply management.
“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 Dr. Mark Dawkins, UNF Coggin College of Business dean, in an article with WJCT News.
Nearly 90 percent of the graduates of UNF’s Transportation and Logistics Flagship Program are employed in Florida, according to UNF.
Applications are due August 9.
For more details about admission requirements, click here.
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