Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Logistics and Supply Chain Management

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Program Duration

2 years (Four Semesters)

Program Type

Associate of Applied Science

Median Arkansas Salary

$34,970 dispatcher; $31,540 shipping and receiving clerk (Career Information)

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Why Choose This Program

The way customers purchase and receive their supplies and services has changed drastically over the years and the need for supply chain professions to oversee the moving of products is growing.


 

About The Program

The success of a business often depends on the efficient management of the flow of goods across the global marketplace - a process that grows increasingly complex. This degree equips students to handle this complexity by combining logistics and operations management training and provides a practical understanding of procurement, operations, and logistics.

ACBSP Accreditation


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Northark is affordable! We offer nearly $500,000 annually through institutional and foundation scholarships in addition to federal and state aid. See our scholarships and other financial aid programs.

Transfer or Stackable Options

This degree is designed to get students into a career after graduation.

Faculty Contact

Cheryl Keymer
Department Chair of Business and Information Technology
(870) 391-3225
ckeymer@northark.edu

Learning Outcomes

  • Describe major logistics functions and activities.
  • Differentiate logistics and supply chain management.
  • Compare modes of transportation and related policies.
  • Describe warehouse processes, systems, and performance measures.