Distribution & Logistics Management Points of Interest

    • Program Length:       10 Months
    • Class Meets: Monday – Friday   8 AM – 2 PM
    • Entry Level Pay: $12.00-19.00/hour
    • 5 week internship
    • Estimated Cost

Program Exit Requirement

    • TABE scores: 9 (Reading), 9 (Total Math), 9 (Language) – if applicable
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Core Content

    • General knowledge of transportation and logistics and supply chain management
    • Distribution operations procedures, inventory control operations, marketing and economics
  • Industry Certification
    There are currently no industry certifications available for Distribution & Logistics Management.

    Gainful Employment Information: Distribution and Logistics

    Statewide Articulation
    There are currently no statewide articulation agreements for the Distribution & Logistics Management Program. However, there is a local articulation agreement with Hillsborough Community College (HCC). After successful completion of the Distribution & Logistics Management Program, Brewster Technical College students may be awarded 30 articulated credits towards the Industrial Management Technology A.S. Degree at HCC. Students will receive detailed information on this option as they near completion of the Distribution & Logistics Management Program. This articulation agreement is a savings of over $3,100 for students who transition from Brewster to HCC.There are currently no statewide articulation agreements for the Distribution & Logistics Management Program. However, there is a local articulation agreement with Hillsborough Community College (HCC). After successful completion of the Distribution & Logistics Management Program, Brewster Technical College students may be awarded 30 articulated credits towards the Industrial Management Technology A.S. Degree at HCC. Students will receive detailed information on this option as they near completion of the Distribution & Logistics Management Program. This articulation agreement is a savings of over $3,100 for students who transition from Brewster to HCC.