Initiative Allows Students to Earn Bachelor of Science Degree
MELBOURNE, FLA. — Florida Institute of Technology’s Patuxent River site is pleased to announce the launch of its Bachelor of Science logistics management degree completion program.
The two-year program is designed for students with associate of arts degrees or who have at least 50 credit hours of college-level study who would like to complete a bachelor’s degree with an emphasis in logistics.
In addition, an articulation agreement with the College of Southern Maryland will allow students completing Associate of Science degrees in business administration at that school the opportunity to move into a locally provided, face-to-face bachelor’s degree program.
The program starts when the fall semester kicks off the week of Aug. 17. Classes meet from 5-8 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday evenings at the Frank Knox Training and Development Center, NAS Patuxent River.
Focusing on managing the coordination of complex operations including materiel, transportation, supply chain, inventory, procurement, contracts, marketing and people, logistics management can help lead to careers in government, military and contracting positions in program management and related coordination roles.
For more information, contact AnnaBelle Sanders at firstname.lastname@example.org or 301-862-1004.