The Supply Chain Management Program is designed to provide the vocational capabilities and skills required to effectively manage, implement, and execute the strategies and business plans needed to successfully compete in today´s manufacturing environment. The program provides a focused curriculum for employees currently working in the field of Supply Chain Management, and serves to enhance the qualifications for those desiring to enter this field. Program courses stress the practical knowledge, techniques, and theory needed to work effectively, to solve current problems, and to develop new strategies and direction. In addition, this program prepares the student for the American Production and Inventory Control Society (APICS) National Certification.
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Total Program Costs: $10,525.00
(Costs included are tuition, books, fees, and living expenses)
Full Time Employed: 100%
Possible Occupations: Logisticians, Storage & Distribution Managers, Transportation Managers, Transportation, Storage, & Distribution Managers, Business Teachers, Postsecondary.
Recommended Course Sequence
Fall Semester 1:
MKTG 112; SCM 220; SCM 231; SCM 233; MGMT 211
Spring Semester 1:
(2) Approved Electives; SCM 111; SCM 232; SCM 234
Required Program Courses
MKTG 112Principles of Marketing3 hrs
-Electives *6-7 hrs
MGMT 211Managing the Supply Chain3 hrs
* Choose 2 of the following recommended electives: ACCTG 120, 121; BUS 111, 115, 200; ECON 110; MGMT 113; MKTG 260.