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Innovation needs in the workplace are fueling new programs in the educational marketplace, the latest of which in logistics is the University of North Florida’s (UNF’s) Master of Science program in Logistics and Supply Chain Management.
The new master’s program at UNF in Jacksonville, Florida is ideal for working professionals with three to 15 years of experience in the logistics and supply chain management field.
The program is part of the Transportation and Logistics Flagship Program within the Coggin College of Business, comprises 32-credit hours, and is one of only two such master’s programs in the state of Florida. Students will enhance skills to keep pace with rapidly advancing technology and business practices in logistics and supply chain management, as well as prepare for career advancement and leadership opportunities.
Applications are due by August 9, and individuals with logistics or supply chain management work experience, or a business undergraduate degree may be able to waive the requirement for a GMAT/GRE test score. Visit http://bit.ly/UNF-MSLSCM for additional information.
The addition of this degree at UNF bolsters Jacksonville’s reputation as an education hub for transportation and logistics. Several area universities offer transportation and logistics programs, including: