College of Engineering and Technology
Bachelor of Science in Industrial Distribution & Logistics
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
Whether you are a new
freshman, a transfer student, or an industry professional looking to enhance
your career opportunities, our degree program can serve every type of student.
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 to our already strong degree. Our
graduates find success in the manufacturing industry, wholesale distribution,
e-commerce, business-to-business sales, transportation companies, and
for supply chain related majors vary among industries and job titles our
graduates obtain. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, these
occupations may include Logisticians, Purchasing, Transportation/Distribution
Managers, Supply Chain Analysts, and more. In 2016, the median salary for these
professionals was $74,160; and the job outlook, on average, is positive at 22%
growth. U.S. News and World Report states that distribution and logistics is
part of the top 25 career choices for 2018.
Check out our list of
courses and a proposed four-year plan:
We are long time members of the SAP University Alliance, utilizing a live SAP environment to provide experiential learning with information technology from a global leader in enterprise software.
Faculty assist students to obtain a required internship or co-op experience for course credit. The real-world experience develops the relationship between coursework and industry, providing personal and professional growth.
All of faculty have real-world experience and enjoy staying closer to our students. We recognize that our job is two-fold: provide you an outstanding education and help guide you on navigating the employer recruiting process as you pursue that important first job upon graduation. Our goal is to help you build a successful career.
Other organizations that Distribution and Logistics students are encouraged to join include: