Associate in Science
Career/Technical (Major Code: B1141)
Prepares students to work in the supply chain management and logistics industries affected by, but not limited to, cross-border and international trade. Develops skills in planning operations, transporting goods, inventory and warehousing, and data analytics. Equips students with the most cutting edge technology software and skills used in supply chain management such as ERP, Lean 6 Sigma, and Project Management Institute (PMI) certification.
Program Student Learning Outcomes
- Student will explain transportation rules and regulations to suppliers and consumers.
- Student will continually investigate new methods of transportation and logistics in order to arrive at the best methods for each product delivered domestically or globally.
- Students will employ international logistics operations research, and technology tools that effectively manage international goods movement.
|COMMUNICATION IN BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY
|or BUS 212
& BUS 290
| BUSINESS COMMUNICATION
and WORK EXPERIENCE IN BUSINESS I
|Plus any three of the following certificates:
|Supply Chain Fundamentals
|Logistics Operations Specialist
|Logistics Data Analyst
|Senior Data Analyst
|International Trade Logistics
To earn an associate degree, additional general education and graduation requirements must be completed.