South Florida is a hub for import and export activity, making the area a hotbed for logistics and supply chain management careers. The expansion of current global markets, the introduction of new markets and improvements in American transportation technology and infrastructure have only increased the need for talented logistics personnel in our own backyard.
So, what exactly is a Supply Chain and why do you need to know about it to succeed in business? Take a look at this video to learn more about this exciting industry!
There are 3 programs offered at Broward College designed to prepare you to manage and coordinate all logistical functions in an enterprise, ranging from acquisitions to receiving and handling, through internal allocation of resources to operations units, to the handling and delivery of output. You can complete the Logistics and Transportation Specialist Technical Certificate with just 18 hours of coursework. Our Supply Chain Management Operations Associate of Science degree and Supply Chain Management Bachelor of Applied Science degree offer progressively higher levels of training and preparation for success in the competitive global marketplace. The B.A.S. in Supply Chain Management will truly set you apart from the competition. Students in these programs will also have the opportunity to earn
SCPro™ Fundamentals certifications from the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP).
Courses can be taken in a variety of formats to best suit your needs. We offer a fully online program, an
accelerated weekend program, or an
early morning program for working professionals.
Ready to take the next step?
For the Logistics & Transportation Specialist Technical Certificate program or the Supply Chain Management Operations Associate of Science degree program, just click the orange 'Apply Now' button above!
For the Supply Chain Management Bachelor of Applied Science program, if you are a current Broward College student, download the
program application and return it to Ms. Maynel Lyttle in Building 71, Room 211. If you are not a current Broward College student, first apply to the college by clicking on the orange 'Apply Now' button above, then return to this page to download the program application.