Logistics Management

About This Program:

The AA and AS in Logistics Management programs are designed to provide students with a foundation body of knowledge involving a command of the basic language and skills of the business environment.  This education will enable graduates to critically analyze business information and be engaged in business decision-making processes thereby contributing to their professions, communities, and organizations.

Core Curriculum Requirements for the AA Degree

Core Curriculum Requirements for the AS Degree

Logistics Management Concentration Degree Requirements

What You Will Learn:

  • Students will utilize accounting software such as MS Excel to construct and evaluate accounting data.
  • Students will compare economic data.
  • Students will formulate business communications that reflect ethics in the business environment.

Program Benefits:

Earning an AA or AS degree in logistics management will prepare students for employment opportunities and meet educational requirements for continuation to a bachelor degree in business administration or supply chain management. Upon completion of this degree, graduates will be able to transfer credits to a 4-year BA or BS degree program in Business Administration or Logistics Management.  Business degree majors consistently remain in the top ten careers with jobs in marketing, accounting, and finance.

Business/Logistics Occupational Outlook

Average Cost for Degree:

$13,230 - 14,406


Course Descriptions: Accounting, Business, Economics, Management


Degree Program Coordinator:

Tianna Marynell, tmarynell@gmc.edu 

Business/Computer Information Systems Division Chair:

Samantha Betton, sbetton@gmc.edu