This Directed Field Studies course requires students to be employed in a logistics or supply chain management position. The employer and placement must be approved by the work experience coordinator and the position must consist of at least 450 hours of work. Students will typically work in a supply chain function for an organization or in a company specializing in transportation, distribution, or logistics. Under the supervision of a faculty advisor, students must complete a series of applied research projects to relate their practical experience with their academic studies.
Prerequisites: Accounting 2121, Logistics and Supply Chain Management 2201, 3203 or 2203, 3303, 3305 and 3307. Successful completion of work experience professional development sessions.