Supply Chain Management
60-credit Associate of Applied Science Degree
Program Code 10-182-1
Businesses of all sizes rely on effective supply chain management to ensure an efficient flow of goods and services. Learn how to prepare and implement a comprehensive supply chain strategy. Plus, explore how lean principles can improve wasteful processes for a more efficient supply chain.
How Long It Will Take
Depending on course load, full-time students could complete this program in two years.
You can begin this program in the fall or spring semester.
How This Program Is Offered
This is offered on campus in a traditional classroom/lab setting.
This is offered in an accelerated format. The Blended Option courses are organized into short, manageable segments (e.g. one class meeting each week for six or eight weeks) that meet during evening hours.
What Makes This Program Unique
- Students utilize Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software throughout curriculum, allowing for hands-on learning opportunities with industry-related technology.
- Students gain exposure to current supply chain management industry trends through industry-related projects and guest speakers from well-respected companies.
- In addition to the embedded credentials in this program, students can earn additional related credentials in the areas of Global Business and Business Management.
Courses You'll Take
For the courses you’ll take, view the Supply Chain Management Program PDF.
This program includes general-education courses as well as introductory and advanced technology core courses. You may also have the opportunity to obtain credit for prior learning.
How To Apply
- Apply online and pay the $30 application fee.
- Submit official high school transcript.
- Complete placement assessment.
Deadlines To Know*
Fall 2019 Start
- Submit application by August 5, 2019
- Complete checklist items by August 12, 2019
Spring 2019 Start
- This program is not currently accepting applications.
* Application deadlines are subject to change based on program demand.
Financial Aid Eligibility
As a program student, you are eligible to receive:
- Financial aid loans
- Other forms of assistance
Learn more about financial aid.
The cost of your degree depends on a number of factors, including where you live, how your program is delivered, how long it takes to finish your program and the financial aid you receive.
Learn more about tuition and fees.
$47,000 - $78,000 annually
Salary range estimates based on wages for related occupations in Waukesha County as reported by Economic Modeling Specialists International (EMSI). Individual wages may vary based on experience, industry, location and specific job requirements.
Check the WCTC Graduate Success Report to view our graduates’ entry wages.
If you can handle a fast-paced environment with plenty of moving parts, a career in supply chain management may be for you. Working in this field requires quick problem-solving skills and effective team work that lead to an efficient flow of goods and services.
- Purchasing Coordinator
- Sourcing Associate
- Junior Buyer
- Supply Chain Analyst
- Logistics Coordinator
- Inventory Coordinator
Whether you're a high school student interested in earning college credits or a college student interested in transferring to a four-year university after graduation, our dual-enrollment and transfer-credit agreements will help you take the next step in your education and career.
High School Dual Credits
Dual enrollment offers high school juniors and seniors an opportunity to get a head start in high-demand fields through earning college credits. Learn about the credit options.
Transfer Opportunities After WCTC
WCTC has credit transfer agreements with many four-year institutions that allow our degree graduates to transfer credits into a baccalaureate program, often at junior-level standing.
- Contact the school to which you'd like to transfer to make sure you understand its transfer policy.
- Talk to your WCTC program advisor about your intent to transfer so he/she can help you plan.
- If you're transferring within the University of Wisconsin (UW) System, contact your desired institution about its transfer policy and visit the UW System's transfer resource page.