Logistics demands precision, and information is the driving force. Harness the knowledge of both with an online degree in Reverse Logistics Management.
The Bachelor of Arts in Reverse Logistics Management provides an industry-based group of courses designed to educate a new generation of professionals in reverse logistics as a key component in logistics management, retail management, engineering management, and accounting best practices, to all components of today’s complex business environment.
Students will have an opportunity to understand how reverse logistics is being used in their military or civilian logistics organization. It will provide students with the knowledge base of current applications of reverse logistics use and opportunities to study practical applications in domestic and international transportation and logistics scenarios.
In today's competitive global transportation and logistics business climate, organizations are always under pressure to adapt to new procedural and technological trends to improve the visibility of product and cargo flows through an ever-widening and complex supply chain. Retail and military logistics decision makers are still uncertain in many cases on how to apply the use of reverse logistics to their business model. Some see reverse logistics as part of the supply chain. Others see reverse logistics as marketing or sales. But, within the next three to five years, you will see an increase in reverse logistics as a separate organizational component reporting directly to the CEO or CFO.
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Tuition to increase per credit hour by $20/undergraduate and $25/graduate, July 1, 2015. Take advantage of current rates by registering for future courses now.
50% of our students receive course credit for prior college or work experience.
*Based on lowest possible tuition rates for 10 of the leading regionally-accredited providers of online education. Public in-state tuition information provided by the College Board 2013 Trends in College Pricing, National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) 2012 Digest of Educational Statistics. Sources of data for competitor institutions include SEC filings and university-provided data available on the internet as of May 2012. Only institutional fees required of all students were included. Assumes 10 undergraduate classes per year over 4 years for a total of 120 semester hours, or 6 graduate level classes per year over 2 years for a total of 36 semester hours.
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