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BUSA 2030. Information Systems for Business
ACCT 2010. Financial Accounting
ACCT 2020. Managerial Accounting
BUSA 2140. Legal Environment of Business
BUSA 2210. Introduction to Macroeconomics
BUSA 2700. Principles of Management
BUSA 2200. Principles of Marketing
BUSA 3400. Business Finance
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. Productions and Operations Management
BUSA 4355. Advanced Business Analytics
BUSA 4610. Advanced Project Management
BUSA 4620. Advanced Logistics and Supply Chain Management
BUSA 3306. Applied Ethics
BUSA 4550. Organizational Behavior and Leadership Theories
BUSA 4700. Business Internship
Keeping the economy moving.
Over the past two years, we’ve seen firsthand the importance of the global supply chain — and ensuring materials and goods are transported on time and on budget around the world. Even minor disruptions in a company’s supply chain can cause global shortages. Logistics professionals play a critical role in today’s fast-changing economy by managing the flow of goods and helping to improve business processes. These business process improvements include the ethical sourcing of materials and sustainability strategies that directly affect the global ecosystem.
Whether a graduate is pursuing a career focused in products or services, understanding the upstream and downstream supply of goods and services from provider to customer helps graduates understand an organization across all departments. No matter the business or organization, receiving materials or data, transforming those items into something of value, and delivering that value to customers is critical to success.
With small class sizes, experienced and knowledgeable faculty members, applied exercises, and business relationships brought directly into the classroom, students pursuing an education in logistics and global operations will have all the tools they need to be successful post-graduation.
Piedmont Helps Launch Your Career in Logistics & Global Operations
Following graduation, Piedmont graduates have an abundance of opportunities in logistics and global operations. The Walker College of Business supports graduates in their search for a logistics-centered internship by leveraging longstanding business relationships. Many times, these internships give students the professional contacts they need to launch their career.
Piedmont strives to maintain contact with graduates to follow their careers and to gauge feedback. We frequently invite alumni to be guest speakers and to participate in special events. These added networking opportunities open new doors for students and graduates as they progress through their careers.
Reach Your Peak Potential.
Piedmont graduates in Logistics and Global Operations pursue careers in:
- Quality Control
- Warehouse Management
- Inventory Control
- Transportation and Shipping
- Logistical Management
- Strategic Sourcing
- Green Economy Opportunities
- Ethical and Sustainable Sourcing