Associate of Science in Supply Chain Management

Plan your future with a Supply Chain Management degree

Supply Chain Management focuses on the logistics of planning, implementing and controlling the effective, efficient flow of goods and services. Career options include positions within manufacturing, transportation, order processing, warehousing, inventory control and decision-making.

Course offered at the following campuses:
Degrees Offered
Associate of Science
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Program Success
Program Success — Associate
Program Success — Bachelor

 

What type of person does this program appeal to?

This program would appeal to you if you’re interested in entry-level supply chain, warehousing, or logistics positions, or if you’re currently employed and interested in completing your supply chain degree for promotion or advancement.

 

What specific skills or knowledge are taught in the program?
Our program will introduce you to entry-level supply chain management skills, including familiarity with management, accounting, legal and intermediate logistics principles. Additionally, our degree program includes computer basics sufficient to prepare you to be successful in entry-level supply chain management positions.

 

What are potential jobs or employment settings for graduates?

Potential jobs include entry-level supply chain or logistics management positions in the corporate, small business or entrepreneurial environments, e.g., warehousing, transportation, logistics manager, suppliers, etc.

 

What is the most important or unique aspect about this program?

Our program provides skills that enable development in warehousing, transportation, logistics manager, suppliers, and/or small business ownership.

 

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REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE IN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

Time length for program completion will vary depending upon the number of courses taken per term, developmental courses when required, transfer credit accepted, lack of continuous enrollment, etc.

Course Titles
Credit Hours
ACT101 Principles of Accounting I
4
ACT102 Principles of Accounting II
4
ACT103 Principles of Accounting III
4
BUS204 Introduction to Business Law and Ethics
4
BUS224 Professional Development
4
COM214 Public Speaking
4
CSC106 Computer Concepts
4
CSC118 Computer Applications I
4
CSC218 Computer Applications II
4
ECO201 Microeconomics
4
ENG101 Composition I
4
ENG102 Composition II
4
FYE101 Information Literacy
4
SCM101 History and Evolution of Logistics and Supply Chain
4
SCM102 Logistics/Supply Chain Process
4
SCM201 Customer Service Strategies in Logistics Management
4
SCM203 Logistics Order Processing and Information Systems
4
SCM295 Administration of Transportation
4
MGT114 Business Organization and Management
4
MGT274 Basic Supervision
4
MTH101 College Mathematics
4
MTH201 College Algebra
4
*ELECT* Humanities/Fine Arts Elective
4
Total Credit Hours
96

*Courses subject to change.

 

REQUIREMENTS FOR BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BACHELOR DEGREE WITH A CONCENTRATION IN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

Time length for program completion will vary depending upon the number of courses taken per term, developmental courses when required, transfer credit accepted, lack of continuous enrollment, etc.

Completion of the Associate degree or its equivalent and the following classes:

Course Titles
Credit Hours
ACT101 Principles of Accounting I
4
ACT102 Principles of Accounting II
4
ACT103 Principles of Accounting III
4
BUS204 Introduction to Business Law and Ethics
4
BUS424 International Business
4
CMM401 Principles of Conflict Management
4
COM214 Public Speaking
4
CSC106 Computer Concepts
4
CSC118 Computer Applications I
4
ECO201 Microeconomics
4
ECO202 Macroeconomics
4
ENG101 Composition I
4
ENG102 Composition II
4
ENG204 Advanced Writing
4
FIN324 Financial Management
4
MGT304 Principles of Management
4
MGT330 Information Systems for Managers
4
MGT344 Organizational Behavior
4
MGT464 Business Policy
4
MKT304 Principles of Marketing
4
MTH201 College Algebra
4
MTH202 Introduction to Statistics
4
MTH301 Quantitative Methods
4
PHL464 Ethics
4
SCM301 Introduction to Logistics and Systems Support
4
SCM302 Overview of Procurement Practices
4
SCM401 Managing Warehouse Operations
4
SCM402 Supply Chain Inventory Planning
4
SCM403 Logistics and Distribution Management Externship
4
*ELECT* Humanities/Fine Arts Elective
4
*ELECT* Natural Sciences/Mathematics Elective
4
*ELECT* Social/Behavioral Sciences Elective
4
*ELECT* General Studies Elective
4
*ELECT* Free Electives
48
Total Credit Hours
180

*Courses subject to change.