Why Choose a Bachelor of Arts in
What is logistics? It's the management of how materials and finished goods are delivered to where they are needed, in a timely, cost-efficient manner. Logistics can mean the difference between earning or losing corporate profits, and even between winning or losing a war.
Count yourself among Saint Leo’s nearly 16,000 students worldwide. The University's Donald R. Tapia College of Business is the largest Catholic business college in the U.S., with students and alumni in more than 50 countries. As a Saint Leo student, you’re tapped into a network of peers around the globe, connecting in the classroom, online and at the annual International Business Conference at our Tampa-area University Campus.
As a Logistics student, you'll take 30 hours of intensive logistics courses in addition to a core of foundational business classes. Study logistics processes in both civilian and military organizations, examining cargo transportation, electronic order processing, distribution, purchasing, warehousing, quality management and improvement, and the estimation of production and ordering quantities.