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Occupational Degree and Certificate Programs in Logistics & Supply Chain Management in Yuma, AZ

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Established in 1963, Arizona Western College (AWC) is a public community college located in Yuma, Arizona and offers over 100 degrees and certificates in person, online and via ITN. AWC also offers classes in San Luis, Somerton, Wellton, Dateland, and La Paz. Arizona Western College offers on-campus housing making it one of the few community colleges in the U.S. and, more than 300 students reside on the main campus.

You can earn an Associate in Arts (AA), Science (AS), Business (ABus), or an Associate in Applied Science (AAS); as well as a variety of certificates at AWC. Career and Technical Education Division represents instructional programs and services at Arizona Western College designed to assist you in preparing for the workforce and in supporting your educational and professional development pursuits.

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Academic & Training Programs

Occupational Programs

  • AAS Occupational Degree in Logistics Supply Chain Management: The Associate of Applied Science degree in Logistics Supply Chain Management provides students with an understanding of the fundamental principles of logistics and business, and with the working knowledge of inventory control, transportation, and warehouse management required for employment in the field of logistics. Graduates will demonstrate ability in logistics for skilled entry level positions within both the private and public logistics sectors.
  • CERT - Occupational Certificate in Logistics Basic: This Certificate program is designed for students seeking a vocational certificate. A variety of logistics along with complementary business and general education courses will guide the student to establish a clearly focused foundation to enter the logistics profession in a wide range of available positions.
  • CERT - Occupational Certificate: This certificate program is designed for students seeking a vocational degree. A variety of logistics along with complementary business and general education courses will guide the student to establish a clearly focused foundation to enter the logistics profession in a wide range of available positions. 

Last updated: Mar 25, 2017

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