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Career Area: Transportation, Distribution and Logistics
Associate Degree
Program Number: 10-182-1
Offered Completely Online
Approximately 2 Years to Complete
Credit Program
Average Annual Tuition: $4230

Supply Chain Management Careers

Recent Wisconsin job postings for this degree:

Buyer
Materials Planner
Materials Manager
Production Scheduler
Purchasing Agent

Average Median Wage

$63663

Supply Chain Management Programs

The Supply Chain Management associate degree program provides you with the skills and knowledge needed to help a business run profitably. Supply chain managers oversee the process of moving a product from the supplier to the customer, including implementing strategies to keep costs low and improve service. If you’re an analytical and strategic-minded person who enjoys working with other people, this program is for you.

Supply chain managers work in a company’s distribution center identifying and implementing strategies to reduce the costs of goods and services. They oversee the purchasing and delivery of manufacturing materials to production facilities as well as the movement of the final product from the production facility to the distribution warehouse to the retailer or end user. Supply chain managers can work in a wide range of environments each day, including offices, the production floor, and in warehouses.

Graduates of this program will be prepared for careers including Material Handling, Logistics Specialist, Supply Chain Associate or Manager, and Warehousing.