Supply Chain Management (Logistics)

Supply Chain Management

Strategize toward success with a career in logistics. Gain management, communication and digital literacy skills, as well as preparation for industry certification.

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What is Supply Chain Management?

The Supply Chain Management AAS degree incorporates knowledge of the field of logistics, supply chain management, quality management, lean concepts and application, business and operations management, critical communication skills, and digital literacy required for successful employment in the logistics industry. The program will prepare students to perform functions in the modern logistics and supply chain manage­ment environment as well as give the preparation to obtain two national industry credentials (CLA and CLT) as a result.

The Supply Chain Specialist Certificate program prepares students for skilled entry-level positions in the field of Logistics. Graduates will also obtain two national industry credentials (CLA and CLT) through success­ful completion of coursework and a passing score on the respective tests.

The Logistics Quality Technician Certificate program prepares students with quality management knowledge and strategic concepts of planning as a proactive catalyst for organizational and quality improvement in the logistics industry. Graduates will also obtain two national industry cre­dentials (CLA and CLT) through successful completion of coursework and a passing score on the respective tests.

The Logistics Operations Certificate program provides students with knowledge in business, operations, and project management leading to a variety of positions in the logistics industry. Graduates will also obtain two national industry credentials (CLA and CLT) through successful completion of coursework and a passing score on the respective tests.

 

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What are my degree, diploma, or certificate options?

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Length of Program

You can earn an associate in applied science degree in two years if you maintain full-time status.

This information should not be considered a substitute for the KCTCS Catalog. You should always choose classes in cooperation with your faculty advisor to ensure that you meet all degree requirements.

Program Contact

Dave Magee
Supply Chain Management
Program Coordinator
859.246.6267
david.magee@kctcs.edu