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Associate of Science in Logistics and Distribution Management

Logistics involves planning and coordinating the delivery of products and services to customers around the world. And for many companies, an effective logistics process is crucial to their success. With the BSBA with a concentration in Logistics and Distribution Management degree, you will learn the skills needed to plan, implement, and control the efficient, effective flow of goods and services. This is a degree completion program. An associate degree or the equivalent number of hours is required for admission at the junior level.

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