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Supply Chain Management

Share 10-182-1 Associate Degree (AAS) 60 Credits Financial Aid Eligible Locations*: Appleton, Online, Oshkosh

*Some general education courses may be available at multiple locations.

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With this degree, you can make a real contribution to an organization’s success and profitability. Based on industry-recognized APICS Principles, you’ll learn about the entire supply chain operation, which includes the flow of goods and information from the point of origin to the point of consumption. You’ll learn business fundamentals, as well as the specific supply chain operations of transportation, inventory control, materials management, operations management, purchasing, international business and logistics management. Your training will prepare you to increase profitability by optimizing company inventory investment. Your internship will give you real-world experience and help you hit the ground running in this exciting career field.


Career Opportunities


  • Buyer/Planner
  • Claims Analyst
  • Inventory Analyst
  • Logistics Technician
  • Master Production Scheduler
  • Materials Planner

Estimated Program Cost


Supply Chain Management

This program will cost about $8,419.50* based on current tuition and fees.

* Tuition and fees are subject to change, and may not include costs for books, additional materials or supplies.

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Supply Chain Management

Term Availability
Fall 2014
Spring 2015
Summer 2015
Fall 2015

Depending on program enrollment and prerequisite requirements, there may be a wait for some program courses.

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Admissions Requirements

Skills Assessment

An academic skills assessment is required for admission into this program; learn more at www.fvtc.edu/assessment.

Meeting with Program Staff

Speak with program faculty prior to admission.

Proof of HS Completion

Submit a final, official high school transcript, an original diploma or an official copy of GED/HSED Certification Scores.

Credit Transfer Options

They're your credits. Take them with you!

Whether you’re an incoming student, transferring to another two-year college or pursuing your bachelor’s degree, we make it easy for you to seamlessly transfer your credits. With full accreditation by the Higher Learning Commission, we offer credit transfer agreements with more than 65 two-and four-year colleges.

Transfer In

Many students come to Fox Valley Tech with credits they’ve already earned, either while in high school or at other colleges and universities. It’s also possible to be granted credit for career-related knowledge and skills you’ve already mastered.

Transfer Out

Is a four-year degree in your future? Save time and money by starting here. You can earn your associate degree at Fox Valley Tech, then apply your credits toward a bachelor’s degree. Or easily transfer your credits to other two-year colleges.

Program Outcomes
  • Communicate effectively with people inside the corporation as well as external customers using a variety of communication methods including writing (paper and e-mail), speaking, and listening to communicate business information.
  • Work cooperatively with others on a team to share information, resolve conflict and make decisions in all aspects of supply chain operations.
  • Exhibit ethical, responsible and dependable behavior.
  • Look at an organization from a global view.
  • Use critical and creative thinking to solve problems, resolve conflicts, make decisions and complete tasks.
  • Increase profitability by optimizing company inventory investment.
  • Increase productivity by using material requirements planning and capacity requirements planning to meet long-, medium-, and short-range goals.
  • Improve customer service by understanding all aspects of the supply chain.
  • Plan and develop purchasing, sourcing, and supply strategies based on forecast data.
  • Understand the concept of a supply chain and the flows of information, products, and cash as well as reverse logistics.
Undecided?

Still undecided about your major or exploring your career options? Check out these resources to identify your personality traits, values, abilities and interests – important considerations when choosing a career. You’ll also find details about scheduling a college visit and contact information for our career counselors if you’d like more personal assistance. We’re here to help you explore your options.



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