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Industrial distribution professionals help manage the global supply chain and coordinate
transportation systems. They focus primarily on the distribution of products produced
or used by manufacturers, construction companies, and municipalities. The goal is
to optimize systems for maximum efficiency, minimum cost, quality improvement, safety,
and other interests to the stakeholders. The goals are to save time, money, materials,
energy, and other resources for the companies, industries, and essentially for our
society. The skills in this program can be applied in a range of organizations and
more and more organizations have recognized their significance.
What You'll Do
- Understand the fundamental concepts required to be a professional in the field, including
concepts in technology, business, and industrial systems.
- Obtain a more specialized knowledge in industrial management and business analytics
that can be applied to industrial and other complex systems.
- Have the ability to tailor the program to meet your needs by choosing 15 hours from
areas such as construction, manufacturing, automation, and facilities management
- Have experience using the techniques, skills, and tools necessary for modern careers
in the field of industrial distribution.
What You'll Study
- BL 255 Legal Environment of Business
- IM 102 Technical Communication
- MK 301 Principles of Marketing
- MK 346 Distribution Management
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Internships & Career Opportunities
- Distribution Manager
- Inventory Manager
- Logistics Analyst
- Logistics Manager
- Supply Chain Director
- Technical Sales
- Transportation Supervisor
- Warehouse Manager
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