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Maritime Logistics involves planning, implementing, and controlling the efficient flow and storage of goods, services, and related information from the point of origin to the point of consumption to meet customer requirements in maritime and business environments.
This program is open to both military and civilian students. Each course in the Maritime Logistics Certification Program at TCC is 40 hours in length (4.0 Continuing Education Units) and can be taken in any order except for Supply Chain Management which should be taken first, and Maritime Logistics Afloat and Ashore which should be taken as the final course in the certification process.
MARITIME LOGISTICS COURSES
The program is composed of five courses:
- Supply Chain Management
- Purchasing and Materials Management
- Distribution and Transportation Management
- Inventory and Warehouse Management
- Maritime Logistics Afloat and Ashore
Individual certificates are issued for the completion of each course. Upon completion of all five courses, students will be qualified to take the MSSC Certification Logistics Technician (CLT) exam which is included in the Maritime Logistics Afloat and Ashore Capstone course.
MILT 5114 Supply Chain Management
Examines the process of planning, organizing and controlling the flow of materials and services from suppliers to end users/customers. Focuses on the methods required to coordinate supply management, operations and integrated logistics into a seamless pipeline to maintain a continual flow of products and services.
(BUS 234 equivalent)
MILT 5115 Purchasing and Materials Management
Focuses on principles of effective purchasing and management of materials and equipment. Special attention is given to determination of requirements, source selection, pricing, value analysis, contracting, inventory management, and equipment requisition decisions. (BUS 215 equivalent)
MILT 5116 Distribution and Transportation
Examines the background and history of transportation, emphasizing the fundamental role and importance the industry plays in business, society, the economy, and the specific environments where transportation service is provided. Provides an overview of carrier operations, management, technology, regulations, and public policy.(BUS 223 equivalent)
MILT 5117 Inventory and Warehouse Management
Emphasizes the relationship of inventory and warehouse management to customer service and profitability of the wholesale distributor. Focuses on the role of computerized systems and the analysis of resulting information for effective management of inventory and the warehouse under various conditions.
(BUS 255 equivalent)
MILT 5118 Maritime Logistics Afloat and Ashore **Summer Semester
Examines the technician and mid-level management responsibilities required to perform all tasks relative to maritime logistics operations afloat and ashore using current occupational standards for logisticians. Provides a discussion of the three major areas of the Naval Supply System: inventory, logistics, and financial management. (BUS 130 and 131 equivalent)
* MILT Continuing Education/Professional Development
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