Supply Chain Management
Seminole State College is the first public college or university in the Orlando region to offer a degree in the high-demand field of Supply Chain Management. The program – developed with strong input from industry professionals – equips students with the business-related skills they need for immediate employment or advancement in their fields. Students can choose from the following programs:
- Associate in Science (A.S.), Supply Chain Management
- Technical Certificate, Supply Chain Management
The Supply Chain Management Program includes courses in inventory management, purchasing management, warehouse management, operations management, transportation and logistics, and quality control.
Over the next five years in Central Florida, there are 33,511 projected job openings in supply chain management areas*. The average annual entry-level salary in Central Florida is more than $40,000, according to federal data.
Here are a few careers graduates can pursue:
- Cost estimators
- Distribution managers
- Fulfillment supervisors
- Management analyst
- Purchasing agent
- Purchasing manager
- Supply chain analyst
These careers can be found with successful manufacturing and production companies, service providers, government agencies and many other industries.
Once you complete your A.S. degree, you can continue your education through Seminole State’s Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Business and Information Management (BIM) program or pursue a bachelor’s degree via DirectConnect™ to UCF.
Why Choose Seminole State?
- Online or on-campus options
- Experienced professors
- Bachelor’s degree options
- Free career services through the Career Development Center
- Strong connection to employers through industry advisory board