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A&M Accepting Applications for Logistics Program

Published 8:49am Monday, July 18, 2011

Alabama A&M University’s School of Business is still accepting applications for fall admission into its bachelor’s degree program in logistics and supply chain management.  Consistent with the University’s effort to accommodate the needs of military personnel and their families, AAMU will begin offering courses at a site located on Redstone Arsenal beginning August 2011.  Registration and information concerning the program is available at the Alabama A&M University Office located at Redstone’s Army Education Center.

Two briefings are planned for Tuesday, July 26 at the Army Education Center, Building 3222, on Snooper Road.  The first session is scheduled for 11 a.m., and the second is set for 12:30 p.m. 

The briefings will provide detailed information about the program, enrollment procedures, and other student academic and support services.  Representatives from the University’s Department of Management and Marketing will be available to answer any questions.

Importance of LSM:

LSM integrates the business process involved in the design of products, the procurement and delivery of materials, production operations, distribution of materials to end-users, and management of the relationship with customers.

LSM and A&M:

“There is a growing need for degreed professionals at all levels of responsibility in logistics and supply chain management,” said Dr. Larry McDaniel, chair of the Department of Management and Marketing.  “The Alabama A&M University degree program is a comprehensive curriculum that provides the skills needed to become successful as a multi-functional logistician. With the use of logistics and supply chain management as a competitive advantage, corporations are recruiting campuses for talent to manage everything from global networks to regional distribution chains.”

For additional information about the LSM program, call (256) 372-5087.

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