The logistics skills and business knowledge you will gain in the Logistics Management program at Centennial College can be applied to any industry.
With the business world stretching into the global marketplace, employers are actively seeking professionals with a mix of supply chain and logistics knowledge. As such, this School of Business program will teach you how to:
Understand transportation economics
Develop and execute key decisions
Once you graduate from the Logistics Management program, you will be able to contribute logistics expertise to enable business success. You will also have the academic credentials necessary to pursue the Canadian Institute of Traffic and Transportation (CITT) designation, allowing exemptions from specific CITT courses. The CITT designation is highly regarded in Canada by supply chain and logistics professionals. By attaining this designation, you will prove to employers that you have achieved a high standard of learning.
Three-year college diploma or university degree in any discipline.
We will consider applicants who have a two-year college diploma or a partial university degree (75% complete), and who have a minimum of two years work experience relevant to the program.
Business Culture and Craft
Contemporary Organizational Behaviour
Transportation Systems & Logistics Processes
Accounting for Managerial Decision Making
Crafting and Executing Strategy
Ethics and Stakeholder Management
Management and Leadership
Note: CITT registration fees for the following courses are included in the program tuition. (Material fees are not included).
OMGT-707 Transportation Systems & Logistics Processes
OMGT-711 Transportation Law
OMGT-708 Transportation Economics
OMGT-709 Integrated Logistics
Supply Chain Analyst
International Logistics Manager
Supply Chain Software Manager
Warehouse Operations Manager
Customer Service Manager
Areas of Employment
Consumer Packaged Goods
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