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Logistics & Supply Chain Management

Navigating the Future of Business

Enter the field of logistics and supply chain management at Georgia Southern University, where you can develop critical thinking and advanced problem-solving skills for leadership in the fast-paced business world. The department offers a focused education that combines academic depth with practical relevance, preparing you for success in this increasingly essential industry.

Your Path to Success in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Ranging from bachelor’s to doctoral levels in logistics and intermodal transportation or operations and supply management, our programs are designed to equip you with industry-relevant skills and prepare you for a thriving career in this essential sector.

Degree Programs

Supply Chain Training

The program curriculum will prepare students in the areas of transportation logistics, production operations and strategic sourcing

Top Job Placements

Students have graduated from the program and secured jobs at companies such as Amazon, Apple, Deloitte, JB Hunt, Norfolk Southern Corporation, and Target Corporation.

Connect Through Organizations

Join a student organization to meet others who are also pursuing a degree in logistics.

Chart Your Future


Average Salary

Georgia Southern’s Logistics and Supply Chain Management programs open doors to various high-demand roles, including operations and logistics managers, coordinators, and analysts. Graduates earn an average salary of $74,594 and secure positions at leading companies like JB Hunt Transport Services, Gulfstream Aerospace, Amazon, UPS, and Home Depot, ensuring a strong start in the dynamic field of supply chain management.

AACSB Accreditation

The Parker College of Business is accredited by the
Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), and has been since 1983. This is a distinction that is held by less than 5% of the world’s business schools. Maintaining accreditation requires an institution to maintain qualified faculty and an established program of continual improvement. This requires a great deal of work by the faculty and administration, but it sets our programs apart as some of the top programs in the world.