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Online Logistics and Supply Chain Management Bachelor's Degree

You've heard that Logistics is one of the nation's most in-demand careers, and the Bureau for Labor Statistics predicts continued growth. Yet, while everyone knows the term "logistics," not everyone knows how to enter this dynamic industry. That's where we come in.   

Our Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree program is tailored to fit the lifestyle and needs of a working professional. Offered completely online, our classes allow you to balance schoolwork with your career and family commitments. You will complete one course at a time in this program. Each course will take 5 or 8 weeks to complete, so you can tailor your classes to your personal life. 

Advisors are available to help you every step of the way as you earn your degree.

Careers in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Our instructors provide real-world experience and teach students the key skills needed to succeed in their careers. You'll earn a degree in one of Indiana's most in-demand fields.

A degree in logistics and supply chain management prepares students for careers in a wide range of industries, including:

  • manufacturing
  • retail
  • e-commerce
  • transportation
  • logistics services
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*Data provided by Lightcast, this report uses state data from the Indiana Department of Workforce Development from June 2022-August 2023.

Online Logistics and Supply Chain Management Curriculum

Logistics Management: This covers the movement and storage of goods and involves activities like transportation, warehousing, inventory management, and order fulfillment. Supply Chain Management: This focuses on the strategic coordination of all activities involved in sourcing, procurement, production, and logistics to ensure that products are delivered to customers in a timely and cost-effective manner. Procurement and Purchasing: This involves sourcing and acquiring the raw materials, components, and services needed for production. Inventory Management: This entails optimizing inventory levels to meet customer demand while minimizing carrying costs and stockouts. Transportation Management: This includes selecting the best modes of transportation (such as trucking, shipping, air freight, or rail) and managing the transportation network to ensure timely delivery. Warehousing and Distribution: This involves managing storage facilities and distribution centers to ensure that products are stored, picked, packed, and shipped efficiently. Supply Chain Strategy: This covers the development of strategies to optimize the supply chain, including supplier selection, risk management, and sustainability initiatives. Information Systems: This involves the use of technology and software systems for tracking shipments, managing inventory, and optimizing supply chain operations. 

Get Started on Your Application!

Applying to this program is free of cost. Transfer credit and prior learning credit will be reviewed once after an applicant has been admitted into the program.

Start your application and begin conversations with our recruitment team. 

How to Apply: 

Prepare your application materials needed: 

  • Resume indicating three years of full-time work experience 
  • Provide all official high school and college transcripts (to be considered official, transcripts need to be sent directly from the institution to Marian University at 

Have one of the following:  

  • GPA of 2.00 on a 4.00 scale from the last college attended 
  • high school GPA of 2.30 on a 4.00 scale 
  • GED score of 51 or above, or a passing TASC score

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Program Start Date: August 18, 2024

  • Application Deadline: August 1, 2024

Program Start Date: September 23, 2024

  • Application Deadline: September 1, 2024

Questions? Contact Us!

Johnna Denning-Smith, Ed.D.
Associate Director of Online Recruitment and Strategic Partnership

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