Logistics Degree

Achieve your management career goals with a logistics degree.

At Park University, our Management/Logistics degree program is designed to meet your educational and professional needs. If you wish to pursue a career in operations or industrial management, this program is the right choice for you. As part of our Robert W. Plaster School of Business, the Management/Logistics program focuses on the study of theories, concepts, practices, and techniques in both general management and the management of logistics systems.

Locations & Learning Options

Students in our Bachelor of Science and Associate of Science in Management/Logistics programs may take face-to-face classes at our Parkville, Missouri campus or online.

The Bachelor of Science degree requires a minimum of 120 completed credit hours, including 66 hours of degree-specific core curriculum and approved electives. The Associate of Science degree requires a minimum of 60 completed credit hours, including 36 hours of degree-specific core curriculum courses. Refer to your catalog for a complete listing of coursework for this degree.


  • Online
  • Parkville
  • Campus Centers



Adrian James

Dr. Adrian James

Associate Dean, Robert W. Plaster School of Business
Associate Professor of Management

Dr. Lacey Finley

Assistant Professor of Management

Dr. Henry Roehrich

Dr. Hank Charles Roehrich

Professor of Management/Marketing

At Park University, your management career goals are our goals.

As part of the Park University Robert W. Plaster School of Business, the management/logistics program is designed to help you achieve your academic and career goals.

Upon completion of this program, students will be able to showcase a working knowledge of logistics and supply chain management, perform demand management to improve efficiency, demonstrate the impact of logistics and supply chain operations on a firm’s profitability, demonstrate skills in data mining in logistics and supply chain topics and sources, explain the role of transportation in the U.S. economy and demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively.


Our management/logistics degree program will prepare you for a career in one of the following areas:

  • Business Administration
  • Logistics Management
  • Quality Control
  • Purchasing and Vendor Management
  • Supply Chain Management
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Program Highlights

Students who pursue the Bachelor of Science or Associate of Science in Management/Logistics degree will study logistical processes, systems, and functions. Students from this program may go on to pursue advanced study and experience, as well as graduate work in business administration. Our management/logistics degree program helps to prepare students for professional certification sponsored by the American Production and Inventory Control Society and the National Association of Purchasing Management.

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Park University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

Park University is a private, non-profit, institution of higher learning since 1875.