List of Free Online Logistics Courses and Classes

See our list of the top free online logistics courses. Learn about what courses are available and what topics they cover to find the course that's right for you.

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Online Logistics Courses for Credit

Courses on logistics are available online that don't require registration or tuition, but they also don't lead to college credit. Students who want to earn alternative credit for the courses they take online might consider resources that charge a nominal fee in exchange for access to online course materials. These types of courses can prepare students to earn college credit. offers this type of distance learning through its short and engaging video lessons and self-assessment quizzes. There are also free transcripts for the video lessons, both of which can prepare students to earn real college credit.

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Free Online Non-Credited Logistics Courses

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

  • Logistics and Supply Chain Management delves into models and strategies for resolving issues involved with the logistics of moving multiple products within complex systems.
  • Logistics Systems centers on how to develop integrated supply chains and logistics systems through a variety of techniques, approaches and analytic tools. Students need Microsoft Excel for this course to work with spreadsheets.
  • Management of Supply Networks for Products and Services examines a variety of models and techniques for making businesses more competitive, focusing on common problems faced by managers of extensive supply chains.
  • Manufacturing System and Supply Chain Design goes over system-design problem-solving skills and models as applied to creating logistics networks. Emphasis is placed on opportunities that have arisen through e-commerce and the Internet.
  • Operations Strategy breaks down the web of relationships between product manufacturers and service providers, competing companies, suppliers and customers. Supplementing the lecture notes, readings and study questions are designed to help students make strategic decisions about operations concerns, including logistics systems.
  • Systems Optimization: Models and Computation teaches students how to use computerized optimization models to make complex logistics decisions. Assignments include a variety of model and computation problems.
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