NORTHEAST WISCONSIN TECHNICAL COLLEGE AT GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT EDUCATION AT NWTC, WI
Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (NWTC) is a publicly supported, high technology college working closely with businesses, residents and students to provide the education and services that keep Northeast Wisconsin strong.
NWTC offers over 70 associate degree and technical diploma programs, plus certificates, contracted business services, personal enrichment and continuing education. Each year NWTC serves over 40,000 people as they enter the workforce, change careers, gain high-tech new skills, start a business, or meet personal or workplace goals.
NWTC-Green Bay is the main campus, featuring the District offices and specialized learning centers in business and information technology, health occupations, emergency response, construction, manufacturing and more. The campus offers simple and convenient access from US Hwy 41. It also is accessible by city bus and local taxi services and is near Austin Straubel International Airport.
AAS Degree in Supply Chain Management: Offered at the Green Bay campus and most first year program courses available at Sturgeon Bay campus. Supply Chain Management prepares students in all activities involved in the flow of goods from the point of origin to the point of consumption. Specific areas include transportation, inventory control, materials management, operations management, purchasing, international trade, customer service, and logistics management.
Supply Chain Management Certificate: The Supply Chain Management Certificate is designed for a person seeking introductory or advanced positions with a carrier or shipper. Courses are offered on an accelerated and interactive television basis and apply towards the associate degree in Supply Chain Management. Certificate Completers will be able to: Utilize terminology in the area of transportation; . Apply methodologies and techniques to process flow of goods; . Integrate the area of supply chain management for low total cost and improved service; . Optimize utilization of modes of transportation; and . Utilize computerized applications of logistics.