A bachelor's degree is given to students who fulfill the necessary requirements given by the college or university they are attending. The requirements include three to seven years of focus on a subject, typically referred to as a major or concentration.
The Bachelor’s degree in Logistics is concerned with supply chain management. It covers subjects that range from accounting, economics to logistics and management. Graduates will be able to work in a variety of industries, including purchases, sea, ground or air transport and inventory management.
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Being an effective leader means inspiring the people around you and finding ways to move the organization forward. SRU's Management program gives you the skills you need to make effective decisions for planning, organizing, and leading a team, office, or company. [+]
The Supply Chain and Logistics Management (SCLM) program is designed to allow learners to develop a deep understanding of SCLM principles and theory; and to develop their skills in an exciting field through an integrated learning process that allows [+]
Combining multiple revenue streams in single operations is a primary focus of the expanding and increasingly sophisticated hospitality industry. Management personnel with degrees are [+]
Bachelor of Applied Business - Hospitality Operations Management
Combining multiple revenue streams in single operations is a primary focus of the expanding and increasingly sophisticated hospitality industry. Management personnel with degrees are needed to run today's multi-faceted hospitality operations.
Opportunities for graduates include:
• Country clubs
• Cruise ships
• Entertainment and gaming
• Meetings and conventions
• Restaurants/culinary enterprises
The NC Difference
• Located in the heart of Canada's hospitality and tourism market
• Small class sizes allow personal contact with professors... [-]