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Program Overview

Supply Chain Management program meets the complex industry’s current needs for skilled professionals. Students attend courses designed to provide a solid skills base in all the components of a Supply Chain Management as well as providing valuable skills and knowledge in the business aspects such as: Communication & Negotiation, Business Ethics, Digital Business & E-Commerce and Project Management. Supply chain management is a broad term that includes a variety of roles and functions such as; operations, purchasing, warehousing, distribution and logistics.  The needs and diversity of roles can also depend on the industry, when it comes to the daily responsibilities of a supply chain professional.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this program the successful student will

have reliably demonstrated the ability to:

Career Opportunities

Example Job Titles:

Graduation Requirements
Courses
Intro to Supply Chain Management
Business
Ethics
Business Negotiation
Digital Business & E-commerce Management
Transportation Systems
Logistics Processes
Economic Influences on Logistics
Transportation Law
Project Management
Career Success
Integrated Logistics
evaluation

A passing grade of 60% consisting of Final Exam, Assignments, Essays/Case Studies, Quizzes Discussion Forums and Group Project Presentations

PTIB approval pending for the program

ABOUT THIS PROGRAM
96 weeks
(Classroom Instruction 960 hrs) (Coo-op 960 hrs)
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