This AS degree prepares you for a career and further education in transportation, distribution and logistics. The program reflects the cross-functional relationships prevalent in supply chain management. Gain exposure to standard operating procedures, negotiation techniques, planning, organizing, and accounting concepts, purchasing, sustainability, warehousing, project management, quality control, import/export, and asset management theory.
Supply Chain Management AS
AS.SPLY.CHN.MGMT (60 Credit Hours) | Part of the Accounting and Business Subject