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Set Yourself Up for Success

Every business—from family-owned operations to international corporations—needs resourceful, expert leaders to guide the management and delivery of products in an increasingly complex global economy.

Whether you’re seeking career advancement or a new path, our online bachelor’s of science degree in logistics and supply chain management opens doors to fulfilling, in-demand jobs that nationally average more than $100,000 a year.

Quick Facts

  Next Start Date: August 19, 2024

Personal attention, professional connections and relevant, rigorous coursework distinguish our program, which has a 100 percent placement rate among graduates. You’ll gain the confidence, expertise, and connections to lead this booming field in careers such as:

  • logistics and distribution manager ensures products are efficiently delivered to the right location on time and guide decisions about transportation and stock control.
  • procurement manager oversees and coordinates procurement agents, buyers or purchasing agents while managing the company’s most complex purchases.
  • inventory planner drafts effective inventory plans that detail quantity specifications about products and equipment.
  • quality control analyst conducts scientific analyses to evaluate the quality of raw materials, in-process materials, and finished goods and ensures compliance.
  • transportation solutions analyst manages a portfolio of clients and projects to assess performance, project prioritization, and risk management.

Grants for College

Good news for Indiana adult students! The Indiana Commission for Higher Education is offering college grants for adults returning to college, or even beginning their educational journey. The Adult Student Grant awards up to $2,000 to help pay for your college expenses and is renewable. This grant is available to Indiana residents, aged 25 and older, who are enrolled or will be enrolled in an undergraduate program.* Review the requirements below and learn if you qualify for the Adult Student Grant.

Learn More about the Adult Student Grant

*Additional requirements are listed on the Indiana Commission for Higher Education Adult Student Grant website.

Learning That Works With Your Life at an Affordable Price

Whether you are finishing a bachelor’s degree, considering a second degree, or starting college for the first time, our affordable, industry-driven degree outfits you with the confidence, expertise, and connections to excel.

The program’s flexible online delivery makes it possible for you to continue your daily routine – work, family time, extracurriculars – without worrying about missing class. All courses are asynchronous, so you can complete your coursework on your own time, as long you hit weekly deadlines.

Core classes provide you with a solid foundation in logistics, science, technology, and management through interdisciplinary, relevant instruction. Faculty mentors then challenge you to apply classroom learning through internships and real-world projects alongside industry leaders.

This blend of theory and application is our distinction, and it sets you apart. Here’s how we prepare you to lead:

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Develop an internship at your current workplace or explore opportunities with other businesses or governmental organizations that fit with your professional aspirations, schedule, and location.

Logistics photoSenior capstone: Supply Chain Integration Project

Work with a top company on one of its most important supply chain projects. You’ll work with your online peers to plan, develop, and present viable alternatives. Examples of projects include global manufacturing strategies, green movement, Lean Six Sigma, and enterprise resource planning.

Meet Your Advisor

The role of your academic advisor is more than telling you which courses to take. For starters, they are student success specialists, and they are dedicated to your academic success. You’ll work with the same specialist from application to graduation.

Contact your Student Success Specialist, who can answer questions you have about the program.

Online Learning at a Glance

Our 100 percent online bachelor's degree is designed with the working adult in mind. Courses are asynchronous, meaning you can complete them at a pace that fits into your daily routine without worrying about being late to class. Many students take one or two courses at a time until they find the right balance between work, classes, and other responsibilities.

You’ll earn a reputable Ball State degree whether you’re taking classes in a physical or online classroom.

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