Production and Logistics Management Specialization

Production and Logistics Management Specialization

Associate in Applied Science Degree, Certificate

Available at: Heritage Campus

Program Overview

Management programs incorporate education and training to prepare individuals for career paths with businesses, non-profit organizations, governmental agencies, and academic institutions.

In today's global economy, making sure that the right supplies, materials and inventories are at the right place at the right time is a full-time job. Supply chain management and quality control are crucial to efficiently managing any production or retail operation. All businesses and organizations require high quality supplies and materials to run their daily operations.

Production and Logistics Management Specialization

This program builds supply chain and logistics management skills that are in high demand. Managers and employees work in inventory control, purchasing and distribution.

According to the newly released 2018 Materials Handling Industry Annual Industry Report, 64% of the manufacturing and supply chain professionals surveyed said hiring and retaining a skilled workforce is the biggest obstacle impacting their supply chains.

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that jobs in logistics are estimated to grow while one global study estimates that demand for supply chain professionals exceeds supply by a ratio of six to one. This situation is worsening with the retirement of Baby Boomers. Some studies assert that 25 to 33 percent of the current supply chain workforce is at or beyond retirement age, and the backfill pipeline is inadequate to satisfy replenishment demand.

The Associate in Applied Sciences in Management: Production and Logistics Management Specialization is designed to provide the skills needed to enter the job market or advance in supply chain management positions.

Note: Students may only earn one of the AAS degree specializations – either the Management: General Specialization, AAS OR the Management: Production and Logistics Management, AAS because they fall under the same primary degree plan. If students want to take classes from the second specialization, they would be allowed to earn the Certificates or Occupational Skills Awards of the other specialization without earning the full second AAS.



Page last updated April 5, 2022.

Contact Information

Business Administration and Entrepreneurship
101 Baldwin Blvd.
Corpus Christi, TX 78404-3897
(361) 698-1372