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What should I take in college to become a Logistics Analyst?

I am a 16 year old male who wants to become a logistics analyst.

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It's great that you have a clear vision about becoming a logistics analyst after college. You'll want to take both supply chain and economics courses. These two types of courses will give you a great background in logistics, supply and demand, and forecasting. In addition, I recommend securing internships in college in the logistics space as they are a great way to get practical experience interning in a logistics analyst role.
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Becoming a logistics analyst is routed in business, specifically operations.

The cleanest path to this career is therefore a business degree with a focus in operations.

There are other paths too.
One can land a logistics analyst role with many different college degrees (engineering, even majors like English, etc). One needs to be very good with software like excel.
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