Two ALMC courses to receive academic credit.
Army Logistics Management Logistics Management is that part of Supply Chain Management that plans, implements, and controls the efficient, effective, forward, and reverse flow and storage of goods, services, and related information between the point of origin and the point of consumption in order to meet College (ALMC ALMC Army Logistics Management College
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ALMC Air-Launched Missile Change ) students now can receive academic credit from the Florida Institute of Technology Florida Institute of Technology is an independent technical college located in Melbourne, Florida (Brevard County), United States. It was founded by Jerome P. Keuper on September 22, 1958 as Brevard Engineering College, absorbing the University of Melbourne, and changing its name and the University of Alabama in Huntsville for completing the Army Acquisition Basic Course (AABC) and the Army Acquisition Intermediate Contracting Course (AAICC). Colonel Shelley Richardson, the ALMC Commandant, signed memorandums of understanding with the two universities in May to formalize academic credit transfers.
The American Council on Education awarded each course 6 semester hours of undergraduate credits or 3 semester hours of graduate credits. Both courses are presented by the ALMC-Huntsville Campus as resident and onsite courses. Further information on the courses is available on the ALMC website at www. almc.army.mil/hsv/index.asp.