– Dr. Ronald Marshall, dean of Florida Tech’s School of Extended Graduate Studies, announces that the university will sign a partnership with SOLE – The
International Society of Logistics on Sept. 2 in Norfolk, Va.
The partnership will allow SOLE and the university to develop a logistics curriculum to support SOLE’s educational, designation and certification programs.
“Our goal is to support each other’s efforts to leverage the best business practices to achieve excellence in logistics education and training,” said
Currently, Florida Tech offers the master’s degree in logistics management and the 15-credit graduate certificate in logistics management through its 11
graduate centers in five states and the virtual graduate center. The degree and certificate are available in-residence, at some locations, or online.
Founded in 1966, SOLE is a non-profit international professional society devoted to scientific, educational and literary endeavors to enhance the art and
science of logistics technology, education and management. Membership is open to individuals and companies working, studying or interested in the career
fields of logistics technology, management, engineering, education, product support and physical distribution.