Sup­ply Chain Man­age­ment Edu­ca­tion & Marine Engineering/​Construction Pro­grams at NWTC, WI

NWTC

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.

NWTC is accred­ited by the Higher Learn­ing Com­mis­sion, North Cen­tral Asso­ci­a­tion. Also, NWTC is rec­og­nized as a com­pre­hen­sive tech­ni­cal col­lege by the Wis­con­sin Tech­ni­cal Col­lege Sys­tem Board.

Academic Programs

Sup­ply Chain Programs

  • 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. Those who com­plete Cer­tifi­cate 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.

Marine Pro­grams

  • AAS Degree in Marine Engi­neer­ing Tech­nol­ogy: Asso­ciate Degree will pre­pare learn­ers with pro­gram­ming spe­cific to marine skills. Marine Engi­neer­ing Tech­ni­cians will assist the man­age­ment team by design­ing marine sys­tems and com­po­nents. The pro­gram will pro­vide a skilled work­force of engi­neer­ing tech­ni­cians who are able to design inte­gral marine systems.
  • Tech­ni­cal Diploma in Marine Con­struc­tion: The Marine Con­struc­tion Tech­ni­cal Diploma will pre­pare learn­ers with broad-​based pro­gram­ming with spe­cific skills in marine met­als, elec­tri­cal, mechan­i­cal, project man­age­ment as well as com­po­nent and mate­ri­als test­ing skills. The pro­gram will pro­vide a skilled work­force in trades who are able to build, install, oper­ate and main­tain inte­gral marine systems.

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