Acquisition Logistics Certificate - Curriculum 203 (Resident)

Program Officer

Matt Geiser, CDR, USN

Code GB, Ingersoll Hall, Room 219A

(831) 656-3953, DSN 756-3953

mtgeiser1@nps.edu 

 

Academic Associate

Geraldo Ferrer
Ingersoll Hall, Room 321

(831) 656-3290
gferrer@nps.edu

 

Brief Overview

The Operations and Logistics Management faculty designed this certificate to equip students with Acquisition Logistics skills based on rigorous applied analytical and managerial methods. It is designed for both civilian and military managers who are looking to upgrade and update their professional skills. Upon completion of the certificate, students will be able to:

  • Implement supply chain strategies to support major weapon systems; and

  • Direct logistics activities to deliver cost effective readiness

DOD and DON students may fulfill DAWIA Level I Certification in Life Cycle Logistics in a small number of courses.

This certificate requires prior completion of GB/GE3040, GB/GE3042, and GB/GE4043; or Program Director approval.

Five-Quarter Certificate (1 course/quarter)

This certificate requires the completion of five courses (at least 15 credits) that were not counted for another certificate.

 

The following courses are required:

 

The following courses are elective. Students should take at least two of them:

  • MN3221 Principles of Acquisition and Program Management I

  • GE3221 Principles of Acquisition and Program Management I

  • MN3222 Principles of Acquisition and Program Management II

  • GE3222 Principles of Acquisition and Program Management II

  • MN3331 Principles of Acquisition and Program Management (Replaces GE/MN3221/3222 and counts as two electives)

  • MN3303 Principles of Acquisition and Contract Management

  • MN3612 Fraud Examination