Engineering Management - Logistics Engineering Track

Florida International University

Master’s - Online

According to the U.S. Department of Labor Statistics, employment for logistics engineers is expected to grow by 5 percent through 2028. Employment growth will be driven by the vital role logistics plays in the transportation of goods in a global economy. As supply and distribution systems become increasingly complex, knowledgeable employees are needed to close the skills gap. The Logistics Engineering track offers courses on logistics and enterprise engineering, advanced production planning and control, inventory control systems, simulation models of engineering systems, applications of OR in manufacturing and stochastic optimization. The TQM course provides students with the body of knowledge required for the Six Sigma Black Belt certification. Students are also well prepared for certifications as a Project Management Professional.