The Logistics and Supply Chain Technology Associate of Applied Science degree at Lee College is designed to prepare students for entry-level employment in logistics technology. Logistics and Supply Chain Management relates to the movement of supplies, material, and people from one place to another to satisfy a consumer’s essential needs. All businesses rely on logistics professionals to preserve their inventory and keep it moving.
This program will provide graduates with the skills required of the industry, enable graduates to seek immediate employment in the workplace, meet labor market demands, and permit greater economic competitiveness. Program specialties include warehouse, traffic, and transportation management, storage and distribution, and inventory control.
What makes our program stand out is our Logistics Training Center that is housed right here at the Baytown campus! Our Logistics Training Center offers three different pathways for those interested in logistics: online, face-to-face, or through Workforce Training.
The Logistics Training Center offers logistics classes along with hands-on training to gain experience before you step into the Logistics Workforce. Our Logistics Training Center consists of a fully functioning warehouse training facility, a research and development laboratory, two state-of-the art classrooms, a computer lab, and a Logistics History Museum.
Our program at Lee College is different from other programs because we are much more than a classroom. We are hands-on and well equipped, so that students receive first-hand experience.