Supply Chain Management has been around for decades, but supply chain schools were once scarce. It wasn’t until recently that schools and universities began offering courses, certifications, and degrees to those looking to join the industry. Finding the right logistics certificate program to launch your career can be a bit difficult. So, we’ve compiled a list of supply chain schools in Tennessee with programs, degrees, and certifications in logistics.
Discover your future in the supply chain today.
- A.A.S. in Business with Logistics and Supply Chain Management Focus
New to the school, this focus as part of the Business Program is geared towards students seeking immediate employment in logistics. In the upcoming year, it will be eligible for ACBSP accreditation.
- Supply Chain Management Fundamentals
Complete this course in just six weeks to develop forecasting, production scheduling, material resource planning, and capacity management skills. Options for an instructor-led or self-paced format are available.
- Distribution and Logistics Management
Another six-week course deepens supply chain knowledge through lessons on cost reduction, increased customer satisfaction skills, and time-saving strategies.
- Manufacturing Application
Purchasing, planning, manufacturing, and market analysis are all covered in this six-week course. Discover the ins and outs of manufacturing strategy.
- B.B.A. in Supply Chain Management
Graduates of this robust program take courses in buyer/seller relationships, international communication, operations management, information technology, and more. This degree is perfect for those seeking a long-term career in logistics.
- A.A.S. in Business with Logistics and Supply Chain Management Concentration
Graduates of this program will understand supervision and coordination, traffic management, and entertainment touring, reflecting the tourism culture and infrastructure focus of nearby Nashville.
- Logistics Technical Certificate
- Transportation Technical Certificate
- Supply Chain Technical Certificate
Progressive in the respective order, this program covers everything from analytical tools to leverage within the supply chain to ethical and legal issues and everything in between. These certificates are beneficial to those just getting started or looking to advance their logistics knowledge.
- Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Supply Chain Management
Students who follow this path of study learn the technology and management necessary for success in a supply chain or logistics career.
- M.S. of Management, Supply Chain Management Focus
As one of two focuses in Management, this degree encourages strong decision-making, ethics, communications, and more. Qualifying applicants should have a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration.
- Logistics and Supply Chain Management Certification Program
Students are prepared for the high-demand, high-impact environment of the supply chain. Qualifying applicants should have a Bachelor’s degree in a related field or are in the engineering program and have met the required prerequisites.
- CDL-A Driver Certificate
This seven-week program requires 222 hours to complete and will help graduates prepare for the state exam.
- CDL-B Driver Certificate
This is a three-week program for students to obtain their CDL-B license.
- Freight Brokerage Courses
The 80-hour course allows students to gain hands-on deeper insights into the 3PL world and prepare for their careers in the supply chain.
Undergrads should have a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with specific prerequisites in their studies to advance to the following supply chain programs:
- Master of Science in Supply Chain Management Tri-Continent
Students study in Germany, China, and the United States to gain a more well-rounded supply chain perspective.
- Executive M.B.A. – Global Supply Chain
Throughout this one-year course, participants will audit their organizations’ supply chain strategy and operations on multiple continents.
- M.S. in Supply Chain Management Online
This program offers actionable insights that teach students real-world problem-solving skills.
More supply chain schools to come
Stay tuned as KCH explores more supply chain schools at multiple state colleges and universities, offering a curriculum specifically for supply chain management and logistics programs.
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