Many colleges, like Georgia Tech, University of North Florida and California State University, offer logistics training and degrees. The length of the programs and amount of time needed to complete them vary between locations due to the differences in the contents of the courses.
The requirements to take these courses can vary as well. Some of these schools require a 4-year degree or equivalent work experience. Certificate courses like these are often something that employers send their employees to as part of their development. In these situations, some employers may pay for the courses or reimburse their employees for any out-of-pocket expense that they may experience.