Marian University launches 100% online Bachelor’s Degree in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

by Glendal Jones | May 13, 2024

Marian University now accepts applications for its Logistics Supply Chain and Management Bachelor of Science degree program. The new online degree will prepare students with the skills and knowledge needed to advance or change careers. With the Bureau for Labor Statistics projecting ongoing growth in the logistics sector, there has never been a better time to pursue a career in this in-demand industry. This program opens doors to many exciting career opportunities in Indiana and beyond.  

Recognizing the need for accessible and flexible education, Marian is proud to offer the degree program entirely online, catering to the lifestyle and commitments of working professionals. Unlike traditional on-campus programs, the curriculum is structured to allow students to complete one course at a time, at their own pace. Each course is carefully crafted to be completed within five or eight weeks. It relieves the stress of managing multiple courses and allows students to balance their academic pursuits with career and family responsibilities.  

"At Marian University, we understand the path to a successful career in logistics should be accessible to everyone," said Johnna Denning-Smith, Ed.D., Marian's associate director of online recruitment and strategic partnership. "Our online bachelor's degree program offers the perfect blend of flexibility and quality education, allowing individuals to gain the necessary skills and credentials to thrive in this fast-paced industry." 

Whether you're a seasoned professional seeking career advancement or a career-changer looking to enter the logistics field, Marian’s bachelor’s degree in Logistics and Supply Chain Management provides the comprehensive training and flexibility needed to succeed. Join us in shaping the future of logistics and take the first step towards a rewarding career today.  

The first class starts in Fall 2024. For more information and to apply, visit the University website or contact Johnna Denning-Smith, Ed.D, associate director of online recruitment and strategy, at  



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