1. Improve the productivity and resource utilization
of both profit and not-for-profit organizations in Laredo
and in the region served by this university;
2. Fill a need in the industrial sectors of the community for professionally trained individuals who have the specialized knowledge provided by their study of international logistics;
3. Combine the students interests in international transportation with their interests in applying computerized management information systems and electronic data interchange to address international business logistics problems; prepare students for an ever changing technological, commercial and institutional environment in the fields of international transportation, warehousing and purchasing;
4. Prepare students with the expertise to serve the communitys need for logistics efficiency improvement as the industrial sector becomes more internationalized and as the industrial sector (e.g., twin plant/maquiladora) grows.
|To remain in good standing, students must have a minimum average of 3.00/4.00 (B) for the courses listed above.|
|Two graduate-level business courses|
*See Master of Science in Information
Systems Foundation in this section.
**See Electives for Business Graduate Degree Programs in this section.
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