Supply Chain Management

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Program Information

  • Location: Oak Creek Campus
  • Pathway: Business & Management
  • Program Code: 10-182-1
  • Offering: In-class
  • Degree Type: 2-Year Degree (Associate)
  • Start Dates: August/January

About the Program

DESCRIPTION

If you want to pursue a career in transportation, distribution, purchasing, production or inventory control, this program will interest you. Areas of study include supply chains and quality management. The program’s blended format is 50% online and 50% classroom.

The projected employment outlook is steady for the field of supply chain management. Positions may require travel and overtime.

You can earn the Supply Management technical diploma and Transportation – Logistics technical diploma on the way to completing this associate degree.

Additional program details: Success in the program will be enhanced if you have some work experience and/or a strong interest in logistics. You also should possess conceptual abilities, problem-solving skills and organizational skills.


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Supply Management

Begin a career in supply chain management, purchasing or materials management through this program. You will gain skills in a variety of areas, including inventory control, vendor negotiations and purchasing procedures.

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Transportation - Logistics

Prepare for success in the growing transportation and logistics industry, which is involved with managing the movement of products and supplies. This program’s blended format is 50% online and 50% classroom.

Detailed Program Information

2020-21 Curriculum

Semester Course Course Name Credits
(1) BADM-106 MS Office for Business Applications ^ * 3
(1) ENG-195 Written Communication
(or) ENG-201 English 1 ‡
3
(1) INDVTS-102 Career Assessment/Portfolio Development ^ * 3
(1) LOGMGT-146 Operations Management ^ * 3
(1) LOGMGT-164 Supply Chain Management ^ * 3
(2) ECON-195 Economics
(or) Any 200-level ECON course
3
(2) ENG-197 Technical Reporting
(or) Any 200-level ENG or SPEECH course
3
(2) LOGMGT-170 Procurement ^ 3
(2) LOGMGT-190 Logistics * 3
(2) MKTG-107 Customer Experience 3
(3) LOGMGT-105 Enterprise Resource Planning 3
(3) LOGMGT-144 Production Planning and Inventory Control ^ 3
(3) LOGMGT-184 International Logistics -
Transportation/Documentation *
3
(3) MATH-123 Math With Business Applications ‡
(or) Any 200-level MATH course
3
(3) MKTG-144 Client Services 3
(4) ELECTIVES (Three credits needed) 3
(4) LOGMGT-106 eCommerce Logistics 3
(4) LOGMGT-191 Integrated Supply Chain Management ‡ #  3
(4) MKTG-102 Principles of Marketing
(or) ACCTG-125 Cost Accounting ‡
(or) BADM-104 Business Statistics ‡
3
(4) PSYCH-199 Psychology of Human Relations
(or) Any 200-level PSYCH course
3
TOTAL CREDITS 60

( ) Semester order for full-time students.
‡ Prerequisite required.
# The following LOGMGT courses must be taken prior to LOGMGT-191: LOGMGT-105, 144, 146, 164, 170, 184, 190
* Counts toward earning the Transportation-Logistics technical diploma.
^ Counts toward earning the Supply Management technical diploma.

Program curriculum requirements are subject to change.

This Associate in Applied Science program will transfer to one or more four-year institutions.

Current MATC students should consult their Academic Program Plan for specific curriculum requirements.

To see course descriptions, class times, locations or to register online:
Students already enrolled in an MATC program can visit Self Service Student Planning.
All others can access this information through INFOnline.

Important Dates

Deadlines and important dates can be found on:
Cost & Aid Deadlines

Also, you can find dates and deadlines on the MATC Calendar

Program Outcomes

  • Define (plan) operations, transportation, procurement and distribution
  • Measure operations, transportation, procurement and distribution
  • Analyze operations, transportation, procurement and distribution
  • Improve operations, transportation, procurement and distribution
  • Control operations, transportation, procurement and distribution

Career Outlook

The projected employment outlook is steady for the field of supply chain management, which provides many career options. Working conditions vary in this career area, and responsibilities may involve pressure to meet precise deadlines. Travel and overtime may be required.

Possible Careers

Buyer
Inventory Supervisor
Production Planner
Research and Development
Transportation Manager
Warehouse Supervisor
Purchasing/Materials Manager

Scholarships

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Business & Management Academic & Career Pathway
414-456-5323, leadpathway@matc.edu

Downtown Milwaukee Campus, Main Building, Room M312-314
Mequon Campus, Room A108-110
Oak Creek Campus, Room A121
West Allis Campus, Room 103

Last updated: 04/18/2020