This program is designed to develop the student’s general employability by improving work attitudes, communication, critical thinking, technical skills, problem‐solving skills and occupation‐specific skills relative to supply chain management.
Students prepare for employment in roles such as: Integrated Logistics Planner, Purchasing Analyst, Cargo Scheduler, International Logistics Clerk, Quality Associate, Inventory Control Manager, Logistics Analyst, Junior Buyer, Customer Service Associate, Materials Analyst, Material Manager, Supply Manager, Dispatcher, Supply Technician, Operations Supervisor, Order Fulfillment Associate, Transportation Coordinator, Distribution Planning Analyst, Packing Supervisor,Transportation Clerk, Cargo Sales, Receiving/Shipping Supervisor, Transportation Specialist, Procurement Clerk, Product Tracing and Tracking Clerk, Warehouse Shift Supervisor, Import/Export Clerk, and Purchasing Agent.
Program Required Courses
YEAR I – First Semester
†ETI 1110 Introduction to Quality - 3 cr.
†SCM 1010 Introduction to Supply Chain Management - 3 cr.
†SCM 2270 Transportation and Distribution - 3 cr.
YEAR I – Second Semester
†MAN 2500 Operations Management - 3 cr.
†SCM 2150 Purchasing and Inventory Management - 3 cr.
†SCM 2230 Warehouse Management - 3 cr.