The Logistics program prepares students to plan and sequence materials so that business and industry can produce goods and services to meet forecasts and customer demands. Learn the importance of planning and managing inventory, raw materials, purchased components, work-in-progress and finished goods. These programs address the technical competencies of highly skilled, higher-wage, front-line material handlers and distribution workers in all supply chain facilities.

Logistics Program courses taken concurrently include:

  • LMGT.2002 – Specialized Training in Logistics and Materials Management 40 contact hours
  • INMT.1036 – Logistics 48 contact hours

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Applicants must complete the Logistics program application BEFORE they can be admitted into the program and are eligible for registration. If under 18, Minor Consent Form is required and must be completed then uploaded with the application.

Career Options

Upon successful completion of the first course, students are eligible to sit for the MSSC (Manufacturing Skills Standards Council) Certified Logistics Associate (CLA) Exam. Following successful completion of the second course, students are eligible to sit for the mid-level Certified Logistics Technician (CLT) certification exam. Students can work as a Distribution Center Manager, Fleet Manager, Transportation Manager, Logistics Director, Logistics Operations Manager, Shipping Manager, Supply Chain Logistics Manager, Warehouse Supervisor.

Many logisticians have a bachelor's degree in business, systems engineering, or supply chain management.


Funding assistance through the Workforce Education Grant and Weatherford College Foundation Scholarship for Workforce Education may be available for eligible applicants, until funds are depleted. This program does not qualify for FAFSA.


Weatherford Campus: 817-598-8870
Wise County Campus: 940-626-3304

Number of Credits

  • 8.8 CEUs (Continuing Education Units)