Logistics & Supply Chain Management 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. Santa Monica College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.


Academic Programs

Undergraduate Programs

  • Associate in Arts Degree in Logistics/Supply Chain Management
  • Certificate of Achievement in Logistics/Supply Chain Management
  • Department Certificate in Business Logistics
  • Programs in logistics prepare students to for careers that entail managing the movement of raw materials, energy, finished products, money, people, satellites, information, etc. Logistics includes supply chain management, operations management, demand management, packaging and materials handling, transportation management, distribution center management, inventory management, procurement and supply scheduling, warehousing, and systems controls.

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