Careers: Associate of Applied Business in Supply Chain Management Technology

November 15, 2022
January 09, 2023
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What can I do with an Associate degree in Supply Chain Management Technology?

Students that earn an online Associate of Applied Business in Supply Chain Management Technology from the University of Cincinnati, gain the foundational knowledge and skills for a professional career in a number of fields.

You may pursue many different careers. Potential career fields include:

  • Logistics and Transportation
  • Traffic/Transportation
  • Warehouse/Distribution
  • Production & Inventory Control
  • Purchasing, Procurement, and Sourcing
  • SCMT Cost Management
  • Supplier Management
  • Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Management
  • Third-Party Logistics (3PL) Sales and Marketing

Students can transition to a bachelor completion program (BTAS) after they complete this program.

By the numbers

The U.S. supply chain contains 37% of all jobs, employing 44 million people. These jobs have significantly higher than average wages, and account for much of the innovative activity in the economy.
Harvard Business Review
Supply Chain service jobs comprise about 80% of all supply chain employment, with an average annual wage of $63,000, and are growing rapidly.
Harvard Business Review

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