Business, Supply Chain Management

Associate of Applied Science

The Supply Chain Managment program combines core business and general education courses with specialized studies in logistics, transportation, and leadership. Through class work and the practical experience students receive through their internship experience, students develop the knowledge and decision-making and organizational skills needed to manage a supply chain.

When students graduate they will be ready to begin in any one of several jobs in supply chain management -- warehouse management, logistics analyst, third-party brokering, transportation specialist and more. The two-year occupational program combines academic study with work-related experience and leads to an Associate of Applied Science degree in Business, Small Business Management.

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Cost of Attendance

For general college expenses, view LCCC’s cost of attendance Web page. Students in this program do not typically incur additional expenses.