Faculty- Supply Chain Management Logistics

Updated: about 1 month ago
Location: Columbus, OHIO

 Must have a strong working knowledge of current technologies appropriate to the area of instruction, faculty credentials as outlined in the ASOM 7.1 as applicable to the specific area of instruction. 

Supply Chain Management/Logistics Program Standard:

A qualified faculty member in Supply Chain Management/Logistics meets the program standard through one of four routes:

  • Possesses an earned master’s degree or higher, from a regionally accredited institution, in logistics, supply chain management, or a logistics-supply chain-related field as appropriate to the program; or
  • Possesses an earned related or out-of-field master’s degree, from a regionally accredited institution, with documented 18 post-secondary semester hours or the equivalent of courses beyond the introductory principle(s) level in logistics, supply chain management, or a logistics-supply chain-related field as appropriate to the program; or
  • Possesses an earned related or out-of-field master’s degree, from a regionally accredited institution, with documentation in two or more of the following:
  • Professional certification (national, regional or state)
  • Two years of in-field professional employment
  • Documented evidence of teaching excellence, including date of award
  • Documentation of research and publication in the field
  • Documented relevant additional coursework beyond the bachelor’s degree, equivalent to 18 semester hours or equivalent subject matter coursework, CEU’s, vendor, or military; or
  • Possesses an earned bachelor’s degree, from a regionally accredited institution, in logistics, supply chain management, or a logistics-supply chain-related field as appropriate to the program, with documentation in two or more of the following:
    • Professional certification (national, regional or state) in the field
  • Two years of in-field professional employment
  • Documented evidence of teaching excellence, including date of award
  • Documentation of research and publication in the field
  • Documented relevant additional coursework beyond the bachelor’s degree, equivalent to 18 semester hours or equivalent subject matter coursework, CEU’s, vendor, or military.
  • LOGM 100 Course Standard : (Effective February, 2019)

    A qualified faculty member teaching LOGM 100 meets the course standards through one of two routes:

  • Meets the Supply Chain Management Program Standard, or
  • Possesses an active Commercial Driver’s License with a minimum of two years commercial driving experience.
  • LOGM 102, 102, and 104 Course Standard: (Effective February, 2019)

    A qualified faculty member teaching LOGM 102, 103, or 104 meets the course standard through the following route:

    Possesses an active Commercial Driver’s License with a minimum of two years commercial driving experience.


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