Students will receive instruction and be expected to demonstrate mastery of the following business management skills: accounting, finance, leadership & organizational behavior, marketing, and statistical data analysis.
In addition to business skills, the curriculum provides students with a thorough understanding of supply chain management concepts in facility/warehouse design, logistics management, logistics systems analysis & design, project management, and transportation management.
The Master of Science in Business Logistics program comprises 48 term-hours of course work. Students meet three days a month for each term and work on individual and group assignments between meetings.
Disciplinary/specialty elective classes in the curriculum will include two courses to be chosen by each class based on their interest and the needs of the Army Reserve Medical Command.