Option to the Associate in Science in Business Administration
- Where the jeans you are wearing or food you are eating came from?
- What kind of technology is used to ensure that store shelves are filled and packages arrive on time.
- What a warehouse does to prevent running out of stock?
All of these questions can be answered through the field of supply chain management.
- You are interested in computers and understanding how technology plays a vital role in the supply chain.
- You think in a “big picture” kind of way.
- You are analytical and have exceptional attention to detail.
Industry credentials available to those working in the field are CSCP- Certified Supply Chain Professional and CLTD – Certified in Logistics, Transportation & Distribution.
Industry credentials available to students in this program are CPIM – Certified in Production and Inventory Management.
Transfer possibilities in Supply Chain include: Rutgers University – Supply Chain Management, Rowan University – Bachelor of Science in Supply Chain and Logistics, and New Jersey City University – Supply Chain, Logistics and Maritime Port Management.