The Logistics Management Program at regionally accredited Norco College offers both Certificates and Associate of Science Degrees. We are approved by the California Community College Chancellor's Office, and perhaps the first community college based Logistics Management Program in the Nation.

Areas of Study include operations management in warehousing, transportation, purchasing, supply chain strategies, international logistics, service contracting and freight claims. Our goal is to prepare students for leadership in logistics operations, further professional study, and career growth. Our focus is collaborative and integrated business logistics management, necessities for cost effective high quality supply chains.

We are located in one of the world's largest logistics hubs, California's "Inland Empire." All of our courses are offered for standard California Community College fees, an unbeatable value.

Our Courses prepare students for transfer into relevant university programs (see the Transfer Opportunities / Bachelor's Degrees link to the right). For example, three of our courses (BUS-80, 86, & 90) are articulated with CSUSB for upper-division subject matter credit in their B.A. Degree program in Business Administration with Concentration in Supply Chain and Transportation Management.

We are the Nation's only community college approved by the International Qualifications Network (IQN) as a Registered Training Center. We prepare students to pass the IQN's exam for their international Diploma in Supply Chain Management, which is credit rated by Edinburgh Napier University. IQN exams may be completed at local Pearson VUE test centers. Our graduates may be granted an exemption from the Dip.SCM qualifying exam (see faculty for details).

Our students are eligible for free APICS membership, and the Inland Empire chapter funds scholarships annually for our students. We are also supported by the Distribution Management Association of Southern California (DMA), which provides endowed Logistics Management Scholarship funds, as well as free student texts for several of our courses.

For additional information, contact our Program faculty leader, Professor Rex Beck.

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Program Details

Courses within the Norco College Logistics Management Program include: