A.A.S. Supply Chain Management Degree

Overview

Approved By LWIA: 2
Last Re-Certification Date: 7/30/2019
Next Re-Certification Date: 7/29/2020

Program Description

This 60-credit-hour program is designed to provide End-to-End (E2E) supply chain education for those persons pursuing entry level jobs and careers in supply chain management. The curriculum focuses on both the technical and employability skills needed to be successful in this field. Targeted educational content covers all supply chain functions including demand planning, inventory management, production control, procurement and sourcing, transportation, and warehouse management and logistics design. The degree provides business content including accounting and economics, ensuring that students have a solid base of general financial acumen. The additional general education requirements focus on the critical skills of communication and presentation competencies, organizational savvy, relationship management, team building and problem solving.

Established in 2005

CIP: 52-0203 Logistics, Materials, and Supply Chain Management.

Training Program Type

Vocational

Provider Information

Program Contact Info

1200 W. Algonquin Road
Palatine, IL 60067
(847) 758-2372

Associated Job Families and Occupations

Certifying / Licensing / Registering Body

Quality Assurance

  • North Central Association
  • Illinois Community College Board

Education Information

64 Weeks ( 800.00 Hours / 60.00 Credit Hours )

Tuition$8,460.00
Books$3,700.00
Fees$1,393.00
Other Expenses(Materials, Supplies, Tools, Uniforms, etc)$300.00
Total Cost$13,853.00

Financial Aid

  • All financial aid is based on individual student eligibility.

Application Procedure

Student must fill out and submit a Harper College application. A free code to waive the $25 application fee is available by calling Diane Carter-Zubko at 847-758-2372. Students doing initial program research should contact for assistance with this paperwork. Clients who have been approved to pursue training at Harper should have their case managers contact Diane Carter-Zubko at 847-758-2372 for clients' next steps. Placement testing will be required for students who will be studying full time.

Entry Requirements:

  • HS Diploma/GED
  • Math - Per Testing Center Cut-off Scores
  • Reading - Per Testing Center Cut-off Scores
  • Language - Instruction is in English
  • Writing - Per Testing Center Cut-off Scores
  • Other - WIOA Clients must have initial an dongoing academic advising by Harper academic advisors.

Nondiscrimination, Equal Opportunity, and Disability Provisions Compliance Assurance

  • EEO Compliant: Yes
  • Disability Accomodation: Yes

Program Offerings

  • Full-Time Enrollment
  • Classroom Instruction
  • Day Classes

Performance Data

Program: A.A.S. Supply Chain Management Degree

Overview

Approved By LWIA: 2
Last Re-Certification Date: 7/30/2019
Next Re-Certification Date: 7/29/2020

Program Description

This 60-credit-hour program is designed to provide End-to-End (E2E) supply chain education for those persons pursuing entry level jobs and careers in supply chain management. The curriculum focuses on both the technical and employability skills needed to be successful in this field. Targeted educational content covers all supply chain functions including demand planning, inventory management, production control, procurement and sourcing, transportation, and warehouse management and logistics design. The degree provides business content including accounting and economics, ensuring that students have a solid base of general financial acumen. The additional general education requirements focus on the critical skills of communication and presentation competencies, organizational savvy, relationship management, team building and problem solving.

Established in 2005

CIP: 52-0203 Logistics, Materials, and Supply Chain Management.

Provider Information

Program Contact Info

1200 W. Algonquin Road
Palatine, IL 60067
(847) 758-2372

Associated Job Families and Occupations

Certifying / Licensing / Registering Body

Quality Assurance

  • North Central Association
  • Illinois Community College Board

Education Information

64 Weeks ( 800.00 Hours / 60.00 Credit Hours )

Tuition$8,460.00
Books$3,700.00
Fees$1,393.00
Other Expenses(Materials, Supplies, Tools, Uniforms, etc)$300.00
Total Cost$13,853.00

Financial Aid

  • All financial aid is based on individual student eligibility.

Application Procedure

Student must fill out and submit a Harper College application. A free code to waive the $25 application fee is available by calling Diane Carter-Zubko at 847-758-2372. Students doing initial program research should contact for assistance with this paperwork. Clients who have been approved to pursue training at Harper should have their case managers contact Diane Carter-Zubko at 847-758-2372 for clients' next steps. Placement testing will be required for students who will be studying full time.

Entry Requirements:

  • HS Diploma/GED
  • Math - Per Testing Center Cut-off Scores
  • Reading - Per Testing Center Cut-off Scores
  • Language - Instruction is in English
  • Writing - Per Testing Center Cut-off Scores
  • Other - WIOA Clients must have initial an dongoing academic advising by Harper academic advisors.

Nondiscrimination, Equal Opportunity, and Disability Provisions Compliance Assurance

  • EEO Compliant: Yes
  • Disability Accomodation: Yes

Program Offerings

  • Full-Time Enrollment
  • Classroom Instruction
  • Day Classes