Logistics, Supply Chain & Operations2018-10-22T09:36:02+00:00

Logistics, Supply Chain & Operations

Studying for a degree in logistics, supply chain and operations allows students to develop a broad understanding to manage and coordinate the day-to-day movement of raw materials and other resources throughout a business or an organization. They study everything from purchasing and shipping to budgets, inventory control, and quality control

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