Logistics Operations Management, BAS

This is a draft edition of the 2019-20 catalog. Go to MyTMCC for course descriptions and prerequisites in effect for the Fall registration cycle.

The Bachelor of Applied Science, Logistics Operations Management is a four-year degree which provides students with the technical expertise and knowledge needed to meet the Northern Nevada operations and logistics industry technical workforce needs. The Logistics Management AAS and Production Systems AAS are feeder degrees to the program. Students' year 3, semester 1 classes are dependent on the AAS they earned. This degree responds to employers' expressed needs to have a well-qualified logistics operations workforce trained and ready to meet workforce demand, thus ensuring long-term economic success for the region. 

Outcomes

Students completing this degree will: 

  • Identify the underlying principles of the role of logistics operations management within business.
  • Apply the concepts of the professional skills and competency in logistics operations management, such as transportation, procurement, operations design, supervision and management, safety, and warehousing.
  • Will be prepared to work as logistics operations professionals within one or more of the job categories related to this field.

To earn a Bachelor's Degree students must:

  1. Maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 (see requirements for graduation.)
  2. Satisfy General Education requirements for Bachelor's degrees.
  3. Complete 120 units in total. 
    • 32 units must be completed at TMCC.
    • 40 units must be Upper Divisional.
  4. Have no financial or library obligation to the college.

Students may apply for admission to the BAS in Logistics Management prior to completion of their AAS degree and may work on lower and upper division coursework simultaneously if needed to ensure timely completion of the program. It is recommended that students who wish to do this, work with the department to plan an appropriate course sequence. 

General Education Requirements for a Bachelor's degree must be met. Depending on courses taken in the AAS, you may be required to take additional units to satisfy these requirements.
English 1[3-6]
Composition II
Composition II For International Students
Fine Arts[3]
Humanities[3]
Mathematics
Required:
MATH 120Fundamentals of College Mathematics (or higher)[3]
Science[6]
Social Science
Required:
ECON 102Principles of Microeconomics[3]
Students entering with either AAS in Productions Systems or Logistics Management will need to follow the specified courses in the first semester. All other students must complete all courses from option 1 and option 2.60
Select Option 1 or 212
Option 1 for AAS in Productions Systems graduates:
LGM 202International Logistics Management[3]
LGM 209Logistics and Quality Management Tools II[3]
LGM 210Studies in Procurement and Logistics[3]
LGM 212Transportation Management[3]
Option 2 for AAS in Logistics Management graduates:
DFT 110Print Reading for Industry[3]
MPT 110Automated Production Concepts I 2[3]
MPT 140Quality Control 2[3]
MPT 135Material Handling 2[2]
OSH 222General Industry Safety[1]
Degree requirements for all students:
BUS 325Legal Environment3
BUS 330Business Presentations3
LGM 320Logistics Security3
LGM 330Warehousing3
LGM 340Production & Logistics Information Systems3
LGM 352Decision Modeling for Logistics3
LGM 410Finance and Budgeting3
LGM 420Safety and Risk Management3
LGM 450Sustainability: Environmental and Financial Impact3
LGM 460Legal Concepts for Transportation and Logistics Management3
LGM 470Import Export Management3
SCM 474Purchasing and Global Sourcing3
Science Lab, GE3
EMHS 429Transportation Systems: Security and multi-modal transportation3
Capstones:
LGM 490
LGM 491
Field Study and Research Capstone
and Logistics Operations Management Internship
6
Total Units120
Plan of Study Grid
1st semesterUnits
Option 1: Entering with AAS in Productions Systems  
LGM 202 International Logistics Management 3
LGM 209 Logistics and Quality Management Tools II 3
LGM 210 Studies in Procurement and Logistics 3
LGM 212 Transportation Management 3
BUS 225 Business Operations Applied Statistics 3
 Semester Total15
 Total Units15
Plan of Study Grid
1st semesterUnits
Option 2: Entering with AAS in Logistics Management  
BUS 325 Legal Environment 3
LGM 320 Logistics Security 3
LGM 340 Production & Logistics Information Systems 3
DFT 110 Print Reading for Industry 3
MPT 110 Automated Production Concepts I 3
 Semester Total15
 Total Units15
Plan of Study Grid
1st semesterUnits
Total Units from AAS degree 60
Total units from option 1 or 2: 15
 Semester Total75
2nd semester
LGM 330 Warehousing 3
LGM 352 Decision Modeling for Logistics 3
BUS 330 Business Presentations 3
Science : GE Lab 3
MPT 140 Quality Control 3
 Semester Total15
3rd semester
LGM 410 Finance and Budgeting 3
LGM 420 Safety and Risk Management 3
SCM 474 Purchasing and Global Sourcing 3
LGM 490 Field Study and Research Capstone 3
EMHS 429 Transportation Systems: Security and multi-modal transportation 3
 Semester Total15
4th semester
LGM 450 Sustainability: Environmental and Financial Impact 3
LGM 460 Legal Concepts for Transportation and Logistics Management 3
LGM 470 Import Export Management 3
LGM 491 Logistics Operations Management Internship 3
MPT 135 Material Handling 2
OSH 222 General Industry Safety 1
 Semester Total15
 Total Units120