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Logistics and Transportation Program in French at CCNB Dieppe Campus in New Brunswick, Canada
Founded in 1970, Collège communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick (CCNB) is a post-secondary college located at New Brunswick through its five campuses in Bathurst, Campbellton, Dieppe, Edmundston and the Acadian Peninsula. Each campus provides high quality educational services and training, and values the importance of a skilled, well-trained workforce that responds to changing job demands.
CCNB offers the vast majority of its programs and services in French and most campuses also deliver a number of programs in the English language. CCNB Nouveau-Brunswick offers training in a wide variety of programs and courses in sectors such as business, health, computer science and more. Access to postsecondary training through flexible and autonomous distance training is also available through the CCNB distance programs.
Located in southeastern New Brunswick, the Dieppe Campus offers some 20 regular training programs and numerous support services to the student population. Each year, it can accommodate about 840 students. The city of Dieppe is a maritime hub and is part of the Greater Moncton area with growing sectors of new technologies, customer service, transportation and logistics.
Logistics Career Program
- Business Administration - Logistics and Transportation (80 weeks): This program prepares the student to manage the movement of people and goods in the context of the supply chain at the local, regional, national and international levels. They will be able to analyze the costs, establish the best possible route, manage the purchases as well as the stocks and plan distribution. In addition to focusing on knowledge and skills related to transportation management and logistics, the program also develops core business management, marketing, accounting and software-use skills.
- Admission Requirements: High School Diploma (Regular Courses, Modified Courses or a combination of both) or High School Diploma for Adults or GED - with Mathematics.
- Academic Agreements: The Business Administration - Logistics and Transportation program is the subject of an agreement with Laval University, École de technologie supérieure of the Université du Québec (ÉTS), and University of Moncton for further study towards a degree program.
- Other Recognitions: A graduate in Business Administration - Logistics and Transportation who meets the requirements of Canadian Institute of Traffic and Transportation (CITT) may obtain CITT Certified Logistics Professional certification.
- Accreditation: This program complies with the accreditation standards set by the National Accreditation Program of the Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council.