Logistics Management Education Degree & Career Programs at the Alamo County College, TX
Palo Alto College was established by the Alamo Community College District Board of Trustees and chartered by the Texas Legislature in 1983 as an open admission, public, two-year college. Palo Alto College offers instructional programs in general education, occupational/technical education, developmental education, and continuing education.
The general education program focuses on the development of competencies that are designed to assist individuals in leading productive and meaningful lives in a dynamic environment of social, technological, and cultural changes. Courses are designed to satisfy the requirements of the first two years of a bachelor's degree, as well as the general education core of an occupational/technical program.
As a public comprehensive community college, Palo Alto College provides exemplary, accessible education and training to a diverse and aspiring community. The College educates, nurtures, and inspires students through a dynamic and supportive learning environment, which promotes the intellectual, cultural, economic and social life of the community.
Palo Alto College, one of the Alamo Colleges, is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate degrees.
- AAS Degree in Logistics and Supply Chain Management: The Logistics and Supply Chain Management Program is designed to prepare students for management careers in transportation, warehousing, distribution, inventory control, purchasing, and international logistics. Students will study logistics principles and practices involved in procurement, transportation, storage, and third party provision as they apply to solving management problems in movement, storage, control, and information flow. The program includes an internship at an approved logistics management worksite. The Logistics and Supply Chain Management Program will graduate students with the managerial skills and competencies required for jobs in logistics, materials management, distribution, and transportation.
- Logistics Management: Logistics Management Level I Certificate: Go beyond the Warehouse Management Certificate and qualify for entry or intermediate management in logistics with courses in management principles, microeconomics, and the capstone course in international and domestic transportation.
- Logistics Management: International Logistics Management Level I Certificate: Join the inland port future of San Antonio as a NAFTA international trade-processing center manager prepared with a solid knowledge of logistics, supervisory skills, customs brokerage, transportation, specialized Spanish skills, and the capstone course in international logistics.
- Logistics Management: Manufacturing Management Level I Certificate: Compete for management position in manufacturing with a solid knowledge of logistics, supervisory skills, quality control, purchasing, and the capstone course in production and operations.
- Logistics Management: Transportation Management Level I Certificate: Participate in San Antonio becoming a transportation hub of NAFTA as a manager possessing a solid knowledge of logistics, supervisory skills, international and domestic transportation, and the capstone course in traffic management.
- Logistics Management: Warehouse Management Level I Certificate: Prepare yourself for entry-level management in a growing field with a solid foundation of logistics, supervisory skills, and the capstone course in warehousing and distribution center operations.
- Operations Management Advanced Technical Certificate: This Advanced Technical Certificate is a certificate that has an associate degree in business or a related field as a prerequisite. This award is designed for the individual working in the Logistics or Operations field who need to enhance his/her skills.
- Purchasing Clerk Level 1 Certificate: This certificate designed to train potential purchasing clerks in a variety of businesses.
LAST UPDATED ON May 8, 2017