Supply Chain Logistics

Program Overview

Our program offers a comprehensive understanding of the intricate networks that move goods from suppliers to consumers worldwide. You’ll learn to navigate the complexities of procurement, inventory management, transportation, and logistics – all critical skills in today’s global economy. Our curriculum combines theory with real-world case studies taught by industry veterans, providing the tools to solve logistical challenges and improve operational efficiency.  

AAS, Certificate

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Median annual wage


Job growth predicted over next decade


Credits needed to complete certificate

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Opportunities across many industries

Supply chain professionals are in demand in fields ranging from manufacturing and distribution to business, healthcare, nonprofit, and government. 

Experienced faculty

Classes are taught by faculty members who have been in the industry and have real-world experience. 

Small class sizes

Classes have 35 or fewer students and involve direct support from engaged faculty. 

Job flexibility

This degree gives you the flexibility to work in almost any industry and field, with jobs ranging from logistics, transportation planning, managing goods and services, distribution specialist, and many more. 

Career advancement

Supply chain management offers a wide variety of opportunities for career advancement. 

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