92A Logistics

Supply Chain & Logistics Program Contact: Susan Lammers, 563-441-4362, slammers@eicc.edu

Course Requirements for Supply Chain & Logistics AAS

Level 30

(MOS Related Credit)

Level 40

(MOS Related Credit)

Level 50

(MOS Related Credit)

Department Proficiency Exam CLEP DANTES
BUS161 Human Relations  (3) x x x      
BUS180 Business Ethics  (3)            
BUS185 Business Law I  (3)       x  
BUS293 Principles of  Workforce Competitive Advantage (3)            
BUS300 Introduction to Radio Frequency Identification (3)            
BUS302 Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Software  (3)            
CSC110 Introduction to Computers (3)         x  
ENG107 Composition I: Technical Writing  (3)         x (ENG105) x (ENG108)
MAT110 Math for Liberal Arts (3) OR            
MAT156 Statistics (3)            
MFG106 Workplace Safety (3)         Copy of current OSHA-10 General Industry Card  
MFG505 Lean Manufacturing (1)            
MGT130 Principles of Supervision  (3)     x      
MGT165 Principles of Quality  (3)            
MGT260 Introduction to Business Logistics  (3) x x x      
MGT261 Principles of Transportation Management  (3)            
MGT263 Principles of Distribution and Warehouse Management (3) x x x      
MGT265 International Transportation & Logistics  (3)            
MGT268 Principles of Logistics Operations Management  (3) x x x      
MGT269 Introduction to Inventory Management  (3) x x x      
MGT910 Supply Chain Internship (3)            
MKT110 Principles of Marketing  (3)            

Total Credits

  • 9 total credits for Level 30 (MOS Related Credit)
  • 15 total credits for Level 40 (MOS Related Credit)
  • 18 total credits for Level 50 (MOS Related Credit)

 

Notes:

1.  Academic Residency:  Sixteen (16) of your last 32 credits earned prior to graduation must be completed at a college of EICC.

2.  Limitation on credit by examination and prior learning portfolio:  No more than 46 credits earned through examination and/or portfolio may be applied to an associate degree and no more than 30 of these credits may be earned through CLEP examination.