Supply Chain Management

Image of global supply chainThe Supply Chain Management program offers broad-based content to reflect the cross-functional relationships prevalent in supply chain management. Students are exposed to standard operating procedures, negotiation techniques, planning, organizing, and accounting concepts, purchasing, sustainability, warehousing, project management, quality control, import/export, and asset management theory.

Emphasis is placed on understanding the planning, acquisition, flow, and distribution of goods and services while managing the complexity of operational linkages in a fast-paced global supply chain. Learning is promoted via teamwork, case studies, practitioner guest lectures, and visits to work sites.

In addition, students may complete the following College Credit Certificate(s), either as an individual program, or while
completing their Associate in Science in Supply Chain Management.

Graduates of the program will be able to demonstrate understanding of:

  • personal development and professional networking
  • professional effectiveness
  • logistics, and supply chain management basics
  • transportation systems
  • warehousing and materials handling
  • packaging
  • inventory and supply planning
  • reverse logistics
  • procurement/contracting
  • production
  • product management
  • pricing
  • customer relationship management
  • appropriate finance skills
  • management practices
  • supply chain risk management
  • project and quality management
  • business law, ethics and legal issues
  • economics
  • supply chain information management
  • market research for procurement decisions
  • writing and presenting documentation
  • demand planning


Program Manager: Mark Davis
352-854-2322, ext. 1347
Ocala Campus, Ewers Century Center, Room 201G
Educational Advisor, Business, Technology and Workforce: Karen Tolson
352-854-2322, ext. 1593
Ocala Campus, Bryant Student Union, Room 201
Graduates of this program are eligible to be enrolled in the CF Bachelor of Applied Science in Business and Organizational Management program. For more information, contact Jo-anne Holleran, 352-854-2322 ext. 1560.

Supply Chain Management

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