Logistics Engineering Technology (LET)
Central Ohio's logistics industry needs workers with the skills to harness advances in robotics, data tracking, analytics, and autonomous vehicles. Join the next generation of supply chain problem solvers with an associate degree in Logistics Engineering Technology (LET).
Columbus State's new, cutting-edge multidisciplinary program in Logistics Engineering Technology combines coursework from Supply Chain Management, Engineering, and Information Technology (IT). The program mixes convenient online classes with hands-on instruction on industry-standard logic controllers, conveyors, and logistics technology. And it's backed by Columbus State's 20-year track record of supply chain education.
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Limitless Career Opportunities
- Central Ohio is home to one of the nation's largest and fastest-growing supply chain sectors.
- The supply chain sector accounts for more than 9 percent of all jobs in Central Ohio.
- Median Career Earnings between $50,000-$70,000 a year.
What Careers Exist in Logistics Engineering Technology?
Graduates of the program can expect to work in diverse roles in logistics and manufacturing settings. Our graduates will be able to excel in roles as:
- Logistics Engineering Technicians
- Supply Chain Managers
- Warehouse & Distribution Managers
- Industrial Engineering Technicians
- Operations Analysts
Breakthrough STEM Curriculum
- Developed in partnership with over 20 Central Ohio employers.
- Prepares students for careers as supply chain managers, industrial engineering technicians, systems analysts, and operations specialists.-
- Hybrid model delivers instruction through both in-person and online formats.
- Interactive laboratory experiences focusing on supply chain technologies.
- Embedded internship furthers students' problem-solving skills and employment opportunities.
The Logistics Engineering Technology AAS includes key coursework from Supply Chain Management, Engineering Technologies, and Information Technology (IT). For a complete list of coursework please visit the course catalog.
Modern Manufacturing Work-Study
Columbus State offers an integrated work-study experience for the Logistics Engineering Technology, AAS degree. Through the work-study program, students have the potential to interview for a year-long work-study placement with a Central Ohio industry partner. After completing two semesters of coursework students begin their work-study placement and balance working 20 hours per week while completing their degree. The work-study program provides students with one year of valuable hands-on learning and possible full-time job opportunities.
The work-study program is designed for full-time students pursuing one of four Engineering Technology majors. Interested students will need to meet with an advisor to discuss their interest in the work-study program and plan their coursework. To learn more about Supply Chain Management and Logistics Engineering Technology, check out our Frequently Ask Questions
Ready to get started or have additional questions? Please schedule an appointment with Kaylor below:
Jeremy Banta, Lead Faculty
Logistics Engineering Technology
email@example.com | (614) 287-2559
Are you a business interested in more information on partnering with LET for employee education or becoming a work-study partner? Contact Dave Cofer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1400452 & 1700520.