Logis­tics & Sup­ply Chain Man­age­ment and Busi­ness Logis­tics Edu­ca­tion in Santa Monica

SMCSanta Mon­ica Col­lege (SMC) offers four types of cur­ric­ula for stu­dents to choose from, depend­ing on their goals. The gen­eral edu­ca­tion cur­ricu­lum offers a pre­scribed core of gen­eral edu­ca­tion courses that pro­vide oppor­tu­ni­ties for life­long learn­ing in var­i­ous fields. Stu­dents desir­ing to trans­fer to a four-​year col­lege or uni­ver­sity may take a trans­fer cur­ricu­lum con­sist­ing of aca­d­e­mic courses that meet col­lege and uni­ver­sity lower divi­sion major require­ments. After com­plet­ing the trans­fer cur­ricu­lum at Santa Mon­ica Col­lege, stu­dents may apply to trans­fer to a four year edu­ca­tional insti­tu­tion to com­plete their upper divi­sion course work.

The career prepa­ra­tion cur­ricu­lum pre­pares stu­dents for imme­di­ate employ­ment or occu­pa­tional upgrad­ing. This can be done in two years or less of full-​time train­ing at Santa Mon­ica Col­lege. Per­sons who are already employed may take courses that lead to pro­mo­tion or salary enhancement.

Santa Mon­ica Col­lege offers a com­pre­hen­sive selec­tion of classes sched­uled dur­ing evening hours to pro­vide edu­ca­tional oppor­tu­ni­ties to stu­dents who are unable or do not wish to attend day classes. Also through its Office of Dis­tance Edu­ca­tion, Santa Mon­ica Col­lege offers a selec­tion of classes online over the Inter­net. Classes offered online are espe­cially con­ve­nient for stu­dents who, for a vari­ety of rea­sons, are unable or pre­fer not to travel to the SMC cam­pus to attend classes.

Academic Programs

Under­grad­u­ate Programs

  • AS Degree in Busi­ness with Logistics/​Supply Chain Man­age­ment Major: Busi­ness exec­u­tives are the higher-​level man­age­ment staff, direct­ing the activ­i­ties of the firm. They develop and admin­is­ter poli­cies to max­i­mize prof­its. They also direct finan­cial pro­grams and develop poli­cies aimed at main­tain­ing good rela­tions with the pub­lic, stock­hold­ers, employ­ees, and cus­tomers. The Asso­ciate degree in Busi­ness involves sat­is­fac­tory com­ple­tion of a min­i­mum of 60 semes­ter units in the Logistics/​Supply Chain Man­age­ment area of emphasis.
  • Depart­ment Cer­tifi­cate in Busi­ness Logis­tics: Courses include Prin­ci­ples of Logis­tics, Trans­porta­tion Man­age­ment, Sup­ply Chain Man­age­ment, Oper­a­tions Man­age­ment, Import­ing and Export­ing, Intro­duc­tion to Inter­na­tional Busi­ness etc.

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