College of Engineering and Technology
Bachelor of Science in Industrial Distribution & Logistics
Distribution and Logistics represents professions in the workplace concerned with the movement and delivery of goods and services throughout the world. At ECU, this program provides a unique combination of coursework that prepares students for successful careers in a range of challenging areas.
Courses cover areas of the distribution and logistics industry including:
The course work is supported in our Distribution Simulation Laboratory which provides real world experience in warehouse operations, bar coding, RFID, and materials handling!
We are long time members of the SAP University Alliance, utilizing a live SAP environment to enhance the capabilities of our students by providing experiential learning with a software from a global leader in enterprise software.
Students are also required to complete an internship or co-op experience which enables them to work with companies to help solve distribution and logistics issues. This allows them to spend a semester working with management in solving real-world issues in a particular facility. Students present their findings to upper management and faculty at the end of the semester and create a portfolio to show their success.
The Distribution and Logistics faculty work hard to make sure its family of students has the education needed to become graduates capable of working effectively in today's exciting and competitive industry.
Other organizations that Distribution and Logistics students are encouraged to join include: