1750 | Supply Chain Management - AS

South Florida State College's Associate in Science (AS) degree in Supply Chain Management covers the core courses in the Logistics and Transportation - College Credit Certificate (CCC) program, as well as the general education courses required for an associate degree and professional electives. The 18 college credits earned through the Logistics and Transportation program can be applied to the AS degree.

Core courses include:

  • Introduction to supply chain management
  • Warehouse management
  • Transportation and distribution
  • Purchasing and inventory management
  • Principles of quality management
  • Operations management

By entering the field of supply chain management, you’ll embark on a challenging, high-demand career with better-than-average pay and opportunities for growth and advancement.

Logisticians and supply chain managers oversee the delivery of goods and personnel through precise coordination of land, sea, and air transportation. Using sophisticated software, they track the purchasing, transportation, warehousing, inventories, and delivery of products to the marketplace. During times of natural disasters and other crises, logisticians and supply chain managers coordinate transportation for aid workers, clean-up crews, and military personnel.

According to the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of logisticians and supply chain managers is expected to grow by more than 20 percent in the next decade, much faster than average for all occupations. High wages and expanding job opportunities are some of the reasons U.S. News and World Report ranks logistics among its “Best Jobs.”

Students who earn the AS degree in Supply Chain Management are eligible for admission into the Bachelor of Applied Science Degree program in Supervision and Management (BAS-SM).

XCEL-IT Advantages for Supply Chain Management Students

SFSC's Supply Chain Management program is part of XCEL-IT, a grant-funded program that provides additional benefits to students who enroll in certain computer technology programs. As a student in an XCEL-IT program, you may be eligible for financial assistance, and you'll be invited to attend customized advising workshops and classes, take part in workforce training programs, go on professional field trips, and receive career counseling. You’ll get assistance with internships, job searching, and preparing for employment.

XCEL-IT accepts students who are enrolled in the Digital Forensics program and meet one of these five criteria:

  • Eligible for assistance under the Trade Adjustment Act
  • Over age 24
  • Unemployed or underemployed due to lack of training and skills relevant in today's workplace
  • Entrepreneur or small business owner
  • U.S. military veteran

Apply for XCEL-IT by completing the XCEL-IT Intake Form. Deliver the form to the XCEL-IT Office, Building R-2, Highlands Campus, or email it to:

For more information, call XCEL-IT at 784-7438.