Location(s): Program-specific courses for this program are offered at the Miramar West Center and Online. This program is also offered fully online.
Program Entrance Requirements: The Bachelor of Applied Science is an open access program designed for the adult learner who has earned an Associate of Science or an Associate of Arts degree and wishes to advance professionally. General admission to Broward College is required, and students will submit a supplemental application to the program. Applicants for the BAS program should have completed a minimum of 15 semester hours of general education requirements as part of their AS degree. The remaining general education semester hours (totaling 36) will be completed during the Bachelor of Applied Science degree program. Students will meet all the State of Florida Bachelor of Applied Science general education requirements to be awarded the Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) degree in Supply Chain Management.
Applicants are required to have a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale in all postsecondary coursework. Applicants must be in good academic standing at the last institution they attended. Broward College will automatically access the transcripts of previous or current Broward College students applying to the program. As part of the admission process students are required to complete an educational plan; please access the website for more specific procedural information regarding the assistance that will be provided through a personal advisor or counselor in developing the student’s educational success plan www.broward.edu/academics/programs/Pages/bachelors.aspx.
General admission to Broward College does not constitute admission to the BAS Program; a supplemental application is also required. The general admission, supplemental, and reentry applications are available on the Broward College website; please use the following link to access these applications: www.broward.edu/academics/programs/Pages/bachelors.aspx.
All students, including those currently attending Broward College, who wish to apply for the BAS program are required to complete the supplemental program application.
Graduates, transfer students, or returning Broward College students who wish to apply for the BAS program are required to complete the re-entry application and the supplemental program application.
New students to Broward College must complete the Broward College admissions application and complete the supplemental application for the BAS program.
International students must first be admitted into Broward College. They are also required to complete the BAS program supplemental application. Please refer to the international admission requirements listed in the online Broward College catalog at www.broward.edu.
Program Description: The Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) program in Supply Chain Management (SCM) is designed to develop a professional and competent supply chain manager. Broward College does this through a learner-centered degree program that provides specific program learning outcomes in logistics and supply chain management. Students who successfully complete the Supply Chain Management degree program will gain technical hands-on skills through case studies and an independent study research project or practicum/internship which will include analysis and problem solving through simulations and similar activities. This program will focus on current and emerging issues in global logistics and supply chain management, such as the planning and management of all activities involved in sourcing and procurement, conversion, and all logistics management activities, including coordination and collaboration with channel partners, which can be suppliers, intermediaries, third party service providers, and customers, and will focus on developing comprehensive solutions to real-world problems associated with current management and organizational leadership challenges. Students will acquire knowledge related to the major concepts, principles, and techniques associated with leading cultural diversity in the global marketplace. General program outcomes for the Supply Chain Management degree are comprised of specific learning objectives embedded into each of the courses. The Bachelor of Applied Science program in Supply Chain Management uses a 2+2 model designed to provide individuals who have obtained an Associate of Science (AS) or Associate of Arts (AA) degree from a regionally accredited college or university the opportunity to further their education. The curriculum offers a learner-centered practical approach to understanding Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management.
The Bachelor of Science degree will be awarded to students who meet the following requirements:
- A minimum of 120 semester credit hours in the prescribed coursework is required for the Bachelor of Science degree. Coursework is comprised of both lower division (A.A. or A.S.) and upper division (B.S.) as specified by the program sheet.
- Demonstrated competency in a foreign language; in digital literacy; and in oral communications.
- Students must maintain an overall GPA of 2.0 to meet their graduation requirements.
Additional Program Information
Students interested in applying for the Bachelor of Applied Science in Supply Chain Management program who did not earn the Associate of Science degree in Supply Chain Management Operations must meet the following program competencies in addition to the BAS required courses:
|APA1111C||INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING||3.00|
|ECO2013||PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS||3.00|
|ECO2023||PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS||3.00|
|SCM1001||INTRODUCTION TO TRANSPORTATION & LOGISTICS||3.00|
|SCM1161||SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT||3.00|
|CGS1510C||EXCEL DATA ANALYSIS||3.00|
Students may be able to complete these requirements as part of their upper division coursework. Students must meet with an academic advisor to determine specific requirements based on previously completed lower division courses.
- Associate of Arts or Associate of Science
- Bachelor of Applied Science
|ENC1102||COMPOSITION II 1||3.00|
|GE Course||General Education Humanities Core 1||3.00|
|AMH2020||HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES SINCE 1877 2||3.00|
|or POS2041||NATIONAL GOVERNMENT|
|SCM3110||SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT II||3.00|
|GE Course||General Education Mathematics Core 1||3.00|
|SCM4105||SUPPLY CHAIN MODELING||3.00|
|BUL3130||BUSINESS LAW AND ETHICS||3.00|
|GE Course||General Education Natural Science Core 1||3.00|
|GE Course||Additional General Education 1||3.00|
|SCM4134||INTERNATIONAL LAW & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT||3.00|
|SCM3162||SUPPLY CHAIN QUALITY MANAGEMENT||3.00|
|MAN3240||ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR & LEADERSHIP||3.00|
|SCM4330||APPLIED PRODUCTION/OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT||3.00|
|SCM3315||SIX SIGMA GREEN BELT||3.00|
|SCM4120||GLOBAL LOGISTICS/IMPORT & EXPORT||3.00|
|SCM4191||SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT CAPSTONE||3.00|
|or SCM4810||SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT INTERNSHIP/PRACTICUM|
Lower division elective courses can be taken if all general education requirements have already been met.
In accordance with Florida Statute and Florida Administrative Code, students may need to satisfy the Civic Literacy Graduation Requirement. Visit the Civic Literacy Graduation Requirement page at broward.edu/civic-literacy. Students may take a lower division elective if the Civic Literacy requirement and all general education requirements have been met.
Notes: See General Education course information here.
MAC1105C COREQUISITE COLLEGE ALGEBRA is a 5-credit course. Students who register for this course must see an advisor to discuss their academic plan.
Students must satisfy the Digital Literacy requirement by testing out, completing a Credit for Prior Learning portfolio, or passing CGS1060C COMPUTER AND INTERNET LITERACY. Students who test out are required to take an approved elective.
Students are strongly encouraged to meet with an advisor to create a personalized educational plan.
Credit for Prior Learning
Accelerate your path to completion with these options:
- Credit by exam
- Earned industry certifications
- Prior Learning Assessment
- And much more…
Related Industry Certifications
Upon completing this program, graduates will be eligible to sit for the following industry certifications/licenses:
- Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) – SCPro™ Level 1
- Association of Supply Chain Management (ASCM) - Certified in Transportation and Logistics (CTL), Professional Designator in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (PLS), Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP)
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Program Learning Outcomes
Graduates from this program will:
- Apply Supply Chain Management Techniques to solving a real-world problem.
- Demonstrate rigorous data collection and reporting for Supply Chain Management.
- Demonstrate a focus on current and emerging issues in global logistics and supply chain management.