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Coggin College of Business

UNF meets with business leaders to develop logistics & supply chain management employee skills

Group of people at a table The University of North Florida's Coggin Graduate & Executive Programs recently hosted a breakfast for leading local Jacksonville companies to discuss the high demand for skilled employees in the fields of logistics and supply chain management and to outline how the UNF Master of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (MSLSCM) degree program can provide students with the training to fill those skill gaps.
Among the speakers were Dr. Dawn Russell, MSLSCM program director; Dr. David Swanson, Crowley Center for Transportation and Logistics interim director; and Dr. Lakshmi Goel, Coggin College of Business associate dean.
Companies represented included Suddath, Crowley, Maersk, AV Logistics, Tote Maritime, Geodis, Beaver Street Fisheries, and Cushman & Wakefield.
The field of logistics and supply chain management entails strong training and talent to keep pace with rapidly advancing technology and business practices. UNF is rising to meet these local industry demands to train the leaders of the future, rich in industry knowledge, business acumen and soft skills.
The Coggin College of Business MSLSCM program delivers a learning experience that integrates academic excellence with exposure to the pulse of business leaders in Jacksonville. UNF is proud to work with local business leaders to prepare students to meet the in-demand needs of the business community.