Logistics and Distribution, Associate of Applied Science

Logistics and Distribution 

Associate of Applied Science

Overview

The Logistics and Distribution Program is designed to prepare students for various career opportunities such as Customs Broker, Freight Forwarder, Entry Writers, HTS Classification Analyst, Customs Compliance Specialist, Dispatcher. The program places emphasis on HTS Classification and Customs Compliance to prepare the students for their CBP Customs Examination to become a Customs Broker. 

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Information

The Logisitics and Distribution program requires that students take the CCS test in order to achieve the Certified Customs Specialist certification. Tests are taken in-class at the end of the semester.

 

Plan of Study

Recommended Course Sequence Semesters Offered Credit Hours
Semester 1
ACNT 1403 - INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING Fall, Spring 4
LMGT 1319 -INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS LOGISTICS Fall, Spring 3
IBUS 1301 - PRINCIPLES OF EXPORTS Fall, Spring 3
IBUS 1302 - PRINCIPLES OF IMPORTS Fall, Spring 3
IBUS 2345- IMPORT CUSTOMS REGULATIONS Fall, Spring 3
16 Hours
Semester 2
EPCT 2300 – DOT REGULATIONS Fall, Spring 3
IBUS 1349– INTERNATIONAL E-COMMERCE SYSTEMS Fall, Spring 3
IBUS 1391 –SPECIAL TOPICS INTL BUSINESS (CUSTOMS
BROKER REVIEW)
Fall, Spring 3
LMGT 1325–  WAREHOUSE AND DISTRIBUTION MANAGEMENT Fall, Spring 3
LMGT 1393 – SPECIAL TOPICS IN LOGISTICS & MATERIALS MANAGEMENT Fall, Spring 3
15 Hours
Summer Session
MRKG 1301 –  CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT Fall, Spring 3
3 Hours
Semester 3
HIST -X3XX – HISTORY ELECTIVE Fall, Spring 3
ECON 2301 – PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS  Fall, Spring 3
ENGL 1301 – COMPOSITION I  Fall, Spring 3
MATH 1314 –COLLEGE ALGEBRA  Fall, Spring 3
BCIS 1305 – BUSINESS COMPUTER APPLICATIONS Fall, Spring 3
15 Hours
Semester 4
MATH X3XX – MATH ELECTIVE Fall, Spring 3
ENGL 1302 – ENGLISH COMPOSITION Fall, Spring 3
XXX-X3XX– HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS ELECTIVE Fall, Spring 3
IBUS 2266 – PRACTICUM – FIELD EXPERIENCE-INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS/TRADE/COMMERCE (CAPSTONE) Fall, Spring 2
11 Hours
AAS DEGREE MINIMUM: 60 SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS/PATHWAY TOTAL: 60 SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS