Savannah State Announces New Computer Information Systems, Logistics & Supply Chain Degree

Since 1993 Savanah, Georgia has been named a Logistics Technology Corridor. What does that mean? With the bustling activity happening at the Savannah Port, the single largest and fastest-growing container terminal in America, Savannah is in a prime position for companies and individuals to work together, innovate, and fill gaps in the shipping logistics industry.

Savannah State University is helping meet the demand for innovation and tech workers in this industry by offering a new Computer Information Systems, Logistics, and Supply Chain Degree (CILS). Through the program, students will have the opportunity to work with ground-breaking technologies to help prepare them for professions in the industry. Students will also have the opportunity to be at the forefront of innovation around the industry by researching and testing out new solutions that can “improve existing technology and industry practices.”

According to the Savannah State website, the degree will cover multiple areas: computer information systems, logistics, supply chain management, international business, and commerce and trade.

To learn more about the degree and obtain information, please click here.

About Savannah State University

Savannah State University, the oldest public historically black university in the State of Georgia, develops productive members of a global society through high quality instruction, scholarship, research, service and community involvement. The University fosters engaged learning and personal growth in a student-centered environment that celebrates the African American legacy while nurturing a diverse student body. Savannah State University offers graduate and undergraduate studies including nationally accredited programs in the liberal arts, the sciences and the professions.

Alignment to BOR Strategic Plan: Through strategic planning, the University has sought to fulfill the important mission to offer degrees that are appropriate to our HBCU mission and state university sector and that are aligned with our strategic goals to promote academic excellence and degree completion. This is driven, in large part, by the USG mission statement and aligns with the core characteristics of the USG State University’s and the USG Strategic Plan.