Program Coordinator: Mark Angolia (405 Science and Technology Building; 252-737-1036; email@example.com)
Distribution and Logistics represents professions concerned with the movement and delivery of goods throughout the world. In the College of Engineering and Technology, the distribution and logistics program provides a unique combination of coursework, technology, and hands-on learning to prepare students for successful careers in the supply chain. Our classes are taught by professional faculty with industry experience, interactive teaching styles, and a strong network of career opportunities for graduates.
Whether you are a new first year student, a transfer student, or an industry professional looking to enhance your career opportunities, we have a degree program for you. Enroll in face-to-face classes in our state-of-the-art Science and Technology Building or enjoy the flexibility of a completely online option through North Carolina’s leader in distance education. The opportunity to earn a minor in business administration adds additional value. Our graduates find success in the manufacturing industry, wholesale distribution, e-commerce, business-to-business sales, transportation companies, and international logistics.
The Industrial Distribution and Logistics, BS degree program is accredited by the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering.
The degree requires a minimum of 120 s.h. as follows: