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With international populations on the rise, PricewaterhouseCoopers expects global trade in goods and services to increase to $27 trillion by 2030. As global trade grows, so will the need for effective logistics management — ensuring the supply of goods and services closely matches the demand. The W. P. Carey business degree in global logistics management prepares you to meet this need and thrive in dynamic organizations worldwide.
The business degree in global logistics management teaches you to develop strategic business processes in logistics management, and understand their relationship to the global distribution of goods and services, through courses such as:
The business degree in global logistics management is available on ASU’s West campus or 100% online. The West campus is designated a Phoenix “Point of Pride,” at the center of a new frontier of commerce, sports, recreation, arts, and lifelong learning opportunities in Arizona. The flexible online program is delivered by the same faculty, and offers you the same resources and support received by on-campus students.
No matter where you learn, you'll have opportunities to diversify your degree through undergraduate research, internships, targeted career programs, and 45+ business clubs and organizations — including the Supply Chain Management Association (SCMA) and dozens of groups with related interests.
Because of the strong reputation of both W. P. Carey and its Department of Supply Chain Management, you can expect to be aggressively recruited for internships and full-time positions prior to graduation. When you do graduate, you’ll be prepared for any of the following careers.
*Data obtained from the Occupational Information network (O*NET) under sponsorship of the U.S. Department of Labor/Employment and Training Administration (USDOL/ETA).
|Buyers and Purchasing Agents, Farm Products||$55,720|
|Cargo and Freight Agents||23.94%||$39,720|
|General and Operations Managers||$95,440|
|Operations Research Analysts||$76,660|
|Storage and Distribution Managers||$81,830|
|Supply Chain Managers||7.32%||$100,890|
|Wholesale and Retail Buyers, Except Farm Products||$51,470|
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