Careers and Employment
The associate in science degree with an emphasis in supply chain management prepares graduates with the foundational business and mathematical skills and knowledge for success in supervisory- and management-level positions within the logistics and warehousing industry.
Supply chain and logistics is a fast-paced, high-growth, high demand industry providing job openings at all levels of an organization, excellent salaries, upward mobility, and opportunities in numerous industry sectors.
Supply Chain Management is the second largest employment sector in the United States and offers excellent salaries, opens doors, and provides both advancement and entry-level opportunities to the prospective manager.
Those with a bachelor's degree seeking positions such as Shipping/Receiving Manager, Supply Chain Manager or Import Coordinator positions can expect to earn, on average, $66,969 annually in the state of Illinois*
*Source: Illinois Occupational Employment Statistics, Wage Data 2011 edition.