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Supply Chain Management

With an advanced degree,  you can earn up to  $145k per year.
Motlow students can choose to earn a certificate or a two-year degree.
Logistics Management is an important driver of the economic growth of middle Tennessee.

Logistics Management has become an important driver of the economic growth of Middle Tennessee. The Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree in Business with a Supply Chain Management concentration at Motlow State Community College provides you with the skills needed for jobs in high demand supply chain and logistic careers. 

Motlow students can earn a certificate or a two-year degree. As the process of supply chain management becomes more sophisticated and dependent on skilled employees, leaders, teams, and emerging technology, these courses of study will assist you toward a rewarding career.

Supply Chain Management Certificate: The Supply Chain Management certificate prepares you for a successful career in high-demand fields. Earn a certificate after completing 18 credit hours:

  • Keyboarding/Formatting I
  • Introduction to Business
  • Computer Applications
  • Introduction to Logistics and Supply Chain Management
  • Transportation
  • Sourcing and Procurement
  • Detailed Information

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With an advanced degree a supply chain specialist can earn over $100K per year.

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Careers in Supply Chain Management

  • Key Account Manager ($27-53k/year)
  • Operations Manager ($50-101k/year)
  • Account Executive ($28-54k/year)
  • Purchasing Manager ($47-84k/year)
  • Inventory Control Manager ($45-83k/year)
  • Logistics Analyst ($29-54k/year)
  • Logistics Director ($96-145k/year)

A.A.S. in Business: Supply Chain Management

The A.A.S. in Business, Supply Chain Management Concentration, prepares you for employment in the workforce after completing the two-year A.A.S. The degree equips students with the skills needed for jobs in high-demand supply chain and logistic careers. First take the basic courses in business and accounting to achieve a solid foundation in business practices; then take the required supply chain management courses. 

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