Basic Manufacturing TWDL, Certificate

MAFT.MCRT.V66B

Program Overview

The Basic Transportation/Warehousing/Distribution/Logistics (TWDL) Certificate is designed to provide the student with the fundamental theories of transportation and distribution for an entry-level position in the Manufacturing TWDL industry. Transportation and distribution entry-level positions include, but are not limited to: customer service trainee, sales trainee and loading dock trainee.

Program Requirements

Major Courses

TWDL 1003Transportation & Physical Distribution

3 Credits

COSC 1372Excel

2 Credits

COSC 1513Introduction to Information Processing

3 Credits

MAFT 1102Manufacturing Forklift

2 Credits

SPAN 1503Basic Spanish

3 Credits

Total Credit Hours: 13

Suggested Course Sequence

Fall semester

TWDL 1003Transportation & Physical Distribution

3 Credits

COSC 1513Introduction to Information Processing

3 Credits

Spring semester

COSC 1372Excel

2 Credits

MAFT 1102Manufacturing Forklift

2 Credits

SPAN 1503Basic Spanish

3 Credits

Program Cost

BASIC MANUFACTURING TWDL Certificate: MAFT.MCRT.V66B
Minimum credit hours required for completion 13.00
Tuition and fees – per credit hour 161.00
  2,093.00
Fees:
COSC 1372 Excel 25.00
COSC 1513 Introduction to Information Processing 25.00
MAFT 1102 Manufacturing Forklift 20.00
70.00
70.00
Books:
COSC 1372 Excel 145.75
COSC 1513 Introduction to Information Processing 218.15
SPAN 1503 Basic Spanish 39.35
403.25
403.25
TOTAL 2,566.25
The total price does not include all costs associated with the electives.  All prices are subject to change.  Please visit Hammes Bookstore on KCC’s website for the most up-to-date textbook prices.

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