Logistician smiling in warehouseLogistics is the planning, direction, or coordination of transportation, storage, or distribution activities in accordance with organizational policies and applicable government laws or regulations. Logistics encompasses several different occupations, with a great variation in both the training and the salaries that workers can expect. Learn more at this overview page and on our Career Coach.


Lee College offers two pathways for those interested in Logistics

• Credit Courses

The first way to study logistics at Lee College is through our credit program, in which students can earn an Associate of Applied Science degree (LOG2) or a Certificate of Completion (LOG1) in Logistics and Supply Chain Management.

SAP will be integrated into all credit courses in Logistics and Supply Chain Management beginning in the fall of 2014. For more on SAP, see this page or contact Kenneth Coleman at kcoleman@lee.edu or 281.425.6207.

• Workforce Training

The other pathway for studying Logistics is through the Lee College Center for Workforce and Community Development, which offers non-credit training in Logistics, Warehouse, and Distribution. Learn more at http://www.lee.edu/workforce/corporate-services/logistics/