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Supply Chain Management

Option to the Associate in Science in Business Administration

Have you ever wondered…

  • 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.

This program might be right for you if:

  • 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.
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Supply Chain, An Option to the Associate in Science in Business Administration

This option offers courses that focus on the activities involved in the management, procurement, and efficient movement of goods and its economic impact. It provides a broad program of study with introductory courses offering a pathway for students who wish to transfer and earn a baccalaureate degree in Supply Chain Management.

Program Requirements

Academic Pathways

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.

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