Course Summary
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12 weeks (480 hours)
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Credit Recommendation & Competencies
Level Credits (SH) Subject
Graduate 3 supply chain management
Graduate 3 advanced techniques in supply chain management
Graduate 3 organizational communications
Graduate 3 business logistics
This course is recommended for a total of 12 semester hours in the graduate degree category. Effective 1 January 2020 the US Army course formerly known as the Intern Logistics Studies Program (iLog), (8A-F44/551-F38) is presented as the following program of courses: Organizational Leadership and Communication-iLog [8A-F80/551-F71 (MC)]; Defense Logistics Enterprise, Resource Management, Supply Chain-iLog [8A-F81/551-F72 (MC)]; Analysis Techniques-iLog [8A-F82/551-F73 (MC)]; Maintenance and Transportation Mgt-iLog [8A-F83/551-F74 (MC)]; Data Analytics-iLog [8A-F84/551-F75 (MC)]; Enterprise Resource Planning/SAP-iLog [8A-F85/551-F76 (MC)]; Contracting; and Intern Logistics Studies (iLog) Capstone, 8A-F86/551-F77 (MC). Officer Representative [8D-F51/551-F51 (MC)] OR DAU Contracting Officer's Representative (COR 222); and Intern Logistics Studies (iLog) Capstone [8A-F86/551-F77 (MC)]. In order to receive the credit recommendation, students will be required to complete all 8 courses. If the program was completed prior to 1/1/2020, please refer to ARLU-0005.


The program objective is to provide students with knowledge, skills, and abilities to serve as supply chain and logistics managers supporting large and complex operations in areas such as transportation, supply, and maintenance which includes transportation operations in the various modes, inventory management, operations management and workload planning, complex decision making and communicating information and the use of logistics information management systems.

Learning Outcomes:

  • execute different verbal and nonverbal communications to include briefings and written business products
  • explain leadership and management principles
  • justify decisions based on analytic decision-making techniques and applications
  • describe the logistic and supply chain enterprise level operations which includes organizational roles and capabilities, decision making processes and concepts, and the supporting enterprise resource planning systems
  • apply basic logistics management processes and concepts across the logistics enterprise with specific focus in the areas of contract management, supply chain management, maintenance management, and transportation management.

General Course Topics:

  • Logistics management
  • Supply chain management
  • Leadership
  • Communications
  • Logistics information systems
  • Basic statistics for decision making
Instruction & Assessment

Instructional Strategies:

  • Audio Visual Materials
  • Case Studies
  • Classroom Exercise
  • Computer Based Training
  • Discussion
  • Learner Presentations
  • Lectures
  • Practical Exercises

Methods of Assessment:

  • Case Studies
  • Performance Rubrics (Checklists)
  • Presentations
  • Quizzes
  • Written Papers

Minimum Passing Score:

Supplemental Materials