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2023-2024 Catalog 
2023-2024 Catalog

Supply Chain Management, AAS

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Award: Associate of Applied Science

Degree Code: TLSR

Number of Credits: 60

Program Description

The Supply Chain Management Program is designed for students interested in manufacturing, transportation, warehousing and distribution.  The program is focused to meet the critical managerial and specialist workforce needs of businesses and agencies that execute these activities in both the public and private sectors. 

Transfer Information

Cecil College has the following transfer agreements:  https://www.cecil.edu/student-resources/advising-transfer/transfer-agreements.  Additionally, transfer information is available at the ARTSYS website (The Articulation System of Maryland). Contact your advisor for detailed information.

Career Opportunities

Logistics management, supply management, transportation management, operations management, and many other logistics related specialties.

Required Courses

General Education Requirements

Recommended Sequence

The following is a recommended sequence of courses for completing this program as a full-time student. Developmental and prerequisite course requirements, credit load, and/or course availability may affect a student’s individual progress. Students should consult their degree audit at MyCecil or an academic advisor for individual degree planning.

Fall I (16 Credits)

Fall II (15 Credits)

Program Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this program, students will meet the General Education Student Learning Outcomes and be able to: 

  • Apply a systems approach to managing the product lifecycle from its inception through disposal, including design, manufacture, warehousing and distribution.
  • Formulate strategies to efficiently manage the activities involved in physically moving raw materials, inventory, and finished goods from the point of origin to point of use or consumption.
  • Translate product and service requirements into facilities, procedures, and operating organizations.
  • Assess the impact of supply chain activities on the financial and managerial aspects of organizations.

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