AAS, Logistics Management

This program can be completed 100% online. 

Program Description

The Associate of Applied Science, Logistics Management will provide the student with a degree in the field of logistics management. The program is well suited to the student seeking to obtain a career at the entry level of logistics management. Students will graduate with a core set of knowledge and skills that will allow them to advance in the logistics industry. Successful completion of this degree constitutes completion of the first 60 credits towards the  Bachelor of Applied Science, Logistics Management degree.

Recommended Course Schedule

Plan of Study Grid
1st semesterUnits
ENG 101
Composition I
or Composition Enhanced
or Composition I for International and Multilingual Students
Human Relations 4 3
LGM 201 Essentials of Logistics Management 3
LGM 202 International Logistics Management 3
LGM 212 Transportation Management 3
 Semester Total15
2nd semester
ENG 102
Composition II
or Composition II For International and Multilingual Students
Science 3 3
MATH 120 Fundamentals of College Mathematics 3
ACC 135 Bookkeeping I 3
LGM 210 Studies in Procurement and Logistics 3
 Semester Total15
3rd semester
BUS 108 Business Letters and Reports 3
BUS 225 Business Operations Applied Statistics 3
ECON 102 Principles of Microeconomics 3
U.S. and Nevada Constitutions 4 3
LGM 208 Logistics and Quality Management Tools I 3
 Semester Total15
4th semester
Diversity/Fine Arts 4 3
ECON 103 Principles of Macroeconomics 3
MGT 171 Supervision 3
MKT 210 Marketing Principles 3
LGM 209 Logistics and Quality Management Tools II 3
 Semester Total15
 Total Units60

See approved General Education list for the AAS Degree.


 See program recommendations or requirements.

AAS degrees are generally non-transfer degrees that are designed for students to enter the workforce.

To earn an AAS degree, students must:

  1. Maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 (see requirements for graduation.)
  2. Complete a minimum of 15 units within the college.
  3. Satisfy General Education requirements for the AAS.
  4. Have no financial or library obligation to the college.
General Education Requirements
ENG 102Composition II3
or ENG 114 Composition II For International and Multilingual Students
Select one English/Communications course (except: EPY 101 which will not satisfy the requirement for this degree)3
Fine Arts/Humanities/Social Science3
Survey of African, Oceanic, & Native American Art
Women in Art
Dance Appreciation
Theatre: a Cultural Context
Human Relations3
Supervision 2
MATH 120Fundamentals of College Mathematics (or higher)3
Additional College Requirements
Diversity 1[3]
Survey of African, Oceanic, & Native American Art
Women in Art
Dance Appreciation
Theatre: a Cultural Context
U.S. and Nevada Constitutions3
American Experiences and Constitutional Change
Introduction to American Politics
Degree Requirements
ACC 135Bookkeeping I3
or ACC 201 Financial Accounting
BUS 108Business Letters and Reports3
ECON 102Principles of Microeconomics3
ECON 103Principles of Macroeconomics3
LGM 209Logistics and Quality Management Tools II3
MGT 212Leadership and Human Relations3
MKT 210Marketing Principles3
Emphasis Requirements
LGM 201Essentials of Logistics Management3
LGM 202International Logistics Management3
LGM 208Logistics and Quality Management Tools I3
LGM 210Studies in Procurement and Logistics3
LGM 212Transportation Management3
BUS 225Business Operations Applied Statistics3
Total Units60

May also count toward degree requirements. Please consult with Academic Advisement. 


If planning on completing the BAS in Logistics Operations Management, MGT 171 is required.  

Students completing the degree will:

  • Identify the underlying theories and principles of the role of logistics management within business that is associated with the applied utilization of logistics knowledge.
  • Identify, explain, and practice the tools that are used in entry to mid-level logistics positions, including Total Quality Management, Six Sigma, Lean and others.
  • Identify the characteristics, uses, and purposes of the software used in the logistics industry.