Logistics includes the transportation, freight, warehousing, delivery and support firms specializing in moving goods from producers to customers, including other producers and end users. Skyline's Logistics Program prepares students for employment, continuing education and advancement in the field of logistics. In addition to the Associate Degree, the program offers fast-track certificates in three areas.
Business (AS) Requirements
|Required Courses for the Major||Units|
|BUS. 249||Introduction to International Logistics for Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarders||units|
|BUS. 258||Customs Broker Services and Regulations||units|
|BUS. 261||Customs Admissibility, Classification, Value and Entry||units|
|BUS. 262||Introduction to International Forwarding and Cargo Transportation||units|
|BUS. 263||U.S. Export and Destination Country Import Requirements; Foreign Collections||units|
|BUS. 267||Ocean Forwarder & NVOCC Regulation, Operations and Work-Flow||units|
|BUS. 268||Air Forwarder Operations and Work-Flow||units|
Total Required Major Units: 43
|Plus a minimum of 3 units from the following:||Units|
|BUS. 100||Introduction to Business||3 units|
|BUS. 200||Introduction to International Business||units|
|BUS. 101||Human Relations at Work||3 units|
|BUS. 210||International Finance||1.5 units|
|BUS. 221||Intercultural Business Communication||3 units|
|BUS. 226||Global Business Negotiation||units|
|BUS. 243||Legal Environment of International Business||1.5 units|
|COMM 130||Interpersonal Communication||3 units|
And required General Education coursework and electives as needed to meet the minimum
60 units required for the Associate degree.
Please refer to the AA/AS Degree Requirements for more information.