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Logistics and Supply Chain Management degree at NAU–Yuma

The Logistics and Supply Chain Management program prepares you for entry or advancement in logistics and supply chain management. You will develop advanced skills in logistics and supply chain management, such as purchasing inputs, managing transportation, designing and locating facilities, monitoring logistics-related processes, and managing import and export.

Courses provide you with a greater understanding of the strategic impact of these activities. You will also broaden your business knowledge and skills through a variety of courses covering topics such as management, teamwork, management information systems, business communications, environmental management, and ethics.


The value of an ACBSP accredited program

Prepare for a career in logistics and supply chain management

The program aims to prepare you to oversee logistics and supply chain operations, evaluate the performance of operations, and participate in efforts to redesign and continuously improve efficiency.

Upon completion of your degree, you will be ready to enter a variety of fields including Import/Export, Distribution, Transportation, and Inventory Management.

Program overview

Bachelor of Applied Science with a specialization in Logistics & Supply Chain Management (120 hours). View the NAU course catalog for current course offerings.

The BAS degree program is open to students regardless of the type of associate degree earned. Your advisor will work with you to determine which leveling courses may be needed based on whether you have an AAS, ABUS, or other associate degree.

Always speak with your advisor for the most current and accurate course listings.

Transfer students

Students transferring into the program may meet admission requirements by completing or by being in the process of completing an associate degree from an Arizona Community College. Arizona students may also meet the NAU liberal studies requirements by completing the AGEC from their community college.

Students transferring into the program from California may meet the NAU liberal studies requirements by completing an IGETC at a California community college.

All students must complete the Northern Arizona University ethnic and global diversity requirements. These requirements may be met by completing courses at NAU or at other institutions.

Apply now

  1. Complete the online application for NAU’s Undergraduate Admissions
  2. $25 application fee
  3. Official transcripts
  4. Send to:

Office of Undergraduate Admissions
PO Box 4084
Flagstaff AZ 86011-4084

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