It represents a step forward by the University to strengthen its curriculum in the College of Technology announced earlier this year.
It has been the case that information technology and logistics operations have been taught separately. “Typically professionals in both areas collaborate to deliver data solutions,” says Robert Seaker, Assistant Professor of Logistics Technology at the College. “But it is when each has an understanding of the other’s goals, resources and technologies that solutions can become even more robust and effectively implemented.” Currently there are 80 undergraduate students enrolled in the logistics technology program at the UH information and logistics technology department in the College. Learn more at www.tech.uh.edu.