Best fit for:
• First-time college students or transfers
• Students 18-22
• Residential students at our main campus
Our Undergraduate Admissions team can help!
Keeping the economy moving.
Logistics is a perfect career for highly organized students who are interested in analytics, business purchasing, risk management, and supply chain management.
Business logistics graduates play a critical role in the fast-changing economy by managing the flow of goods and helping to improve business processes. With sustainable and ethical sourcing concerns on the rise, business logistics is a fast-growing field with ample job opportunities.
The Harry W. Walker Walker College of Business will support your search for a logistics-centered internship with our longstanding business relationships. These experiences give students the practicable knowledge and professional contacts they need to launch a successful career.
What classes will I take?
BUSA 2030. Information Systems for Business
ACCT 2010. Accounting I
ACCT 2020. Accounting II
BUSA 2140. Legal Environment of Business
BUSA 2210. Introduction to Macroeconomics
BUSA 3010. Management
BUSA 3200. Marketing
BUSA 3400. Finance for Business
BUSA 3500. Business Analytics II
BUSA 3700. Project Management
BUSA 4000. International Business
BUSA 4030. Management Information Systems
BUSA 4400. Strategic Management
ACCT 3100. Cost Accounting
BUSA 3620. Logistics and Supply Chain Management
BUSA 4800. Quality Management and Business Analytics
BUSA 4355. Advanced Business Analytics
BUSA 4610. Advanced Project Management
BUSA 4620. Advanced Logistics and Supply Chain Management
BUSA 4550. Organizational Behavior and Leadership Theories
BUSA 4700. Business Internship
Prepare to Make a Life
What can I do with a major in
LOGISTICS AND GLOBAL OPERATIONS?
Piedmont students have gone on to pursue careers in:
- Warehousing and Storage
- Quality Control
- Strategic Sourcing
- Transportation and Shipping
- Product and Service Development
- Inventory Control