Associate of Business
Supply Chain Management
Traditional business and general education classes are blended with a variety of transportation classes designed to allow students to acquire the knowledge and skills required to enter the transportation industry within a broad array of responsibilities such as third party brokering, warehouse management, logistics/supply chain management, and safety positions.
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The Transportation Management Program is accredited through the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education.
This program is part of the Baker College Smart Degree Option.
- The average annual wage for a Transportation Manager is $51,320.
- In addition to providing overall direction and supervision, your work may include scheduling transportation, providing safety and other training, providing service support, and resolution of logistical problems.
- Manufacturers and other businesses are increasingly outsourcing distribution and logistical services, such as inventory management and just-in-time shipping to firms that can perform tasks like these more efficiently.