3 Reasons to Study Supply Chain Management
Job Bank foresees 9,000 new job openings in the sector until 2028.
Opportunity to develop critical business skills
Many Logistics professionals have succeeded in other industries thanks to the skills they acquired while working in the industry, such as forecasting, job optimization, management and operations, and budget monitoring.
Many Career Opportunities
As so many different industries and organizations are dependent upon logistics, taking a role in the sector can mean working in any number of locations including opportunities to work overseas through business trips to visit clients or review supply chains. One of the key benefits of studying logistics and supply chain management is the excellent compensation and the variety of job opportunities you will be presented with such as:
Supply Chain Operations Manager- $80-100K
Logistics Specialist- $42,500
Logistics Analyst- $59,000-$74,000
Senior Data Analyst- $80-100K
International Trade Compliance Manager- $80-100K
Certificates and Degrees in Demand
Supply Chain Fundamentals
Only 3 classes
Logistics Operations Specialist
Only 4 classes
Logistics Data Analyst
Only 5 classes
The Associate in Arts Degree: Transfer Preparation Supply Chain Management and Logistics
Pairs nicely with the Business Administration AD-T degree (see a counselor about the timing to petition to receive both degrees). This AA degree provides less emphasis on workplace specific skills, and theory than the AS degree. It is of value to the Business Administration student interested in seamlessly transferring to their local CSU and majoring in Supply Chain Management and Logistics.
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