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Logistics and Supply Chain Management Degree, Certificate and Continuing Education Programs at NWACC, Bentonville, AR
Established in 1989, NorthWest Arkansas Community College (NWACC) is a community college with its main campus located at Bentonville Arkansas. NWACC offers a comprehensive education program including technical occupational programs, freshman and sophomore programs for students to transfer to four-year colleges, specialty courses, professional continuing education courses, community enrichment classes, and business and industry training to meet the needs of the emerging and existing workforce.
The college runs several centers in and around Benton and Washington counties in Arkansas. With over 8000 students, NWACC offers many areas of study leading to associate degrees and certificated including online programs. NWACC is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association.
The main campus includes ShewMaker Center for Global Business Development, Center for Health Professions and a nature preserve. At the College’s Shewmaker Center for Workforce Technologies, a 44,000-square-foot facility, offers customized programs to area businesses.
Academic & Training Programs
- AAS in Business Management - Logistics Option: NWACC's Logistics Management program emphasizes developing skills in supply chain management which includes procurement, transportation methods, supervision, warehouse management, and inventory control. The program also includes the development of basic business management skills, accounting principles, and the economics of supply and demand. Courses required for the Associate of Applied Science in Business - Logistics Management program are available 95% online, providing you the convenience of learning when and where you want.
- Technical Certificate in Business Management with Major Emphasis - Logistics Management: The Technical Certificate is a program of collegiate level that recognizes the completion of a specified level of competency in an occupational field. The program of study may be a stand-alone program or a part of an associate degree curriculum. At least 15 hours must be completed at NWACC to fulfill graduation requirements.
Continuing Education Programs
- Supply Chain & Replenishment -The Ground Floor: The topics covered in this course are - the Supply Chain Pyramid, GRS, OTIF, Retail Link Reporting, communication techniques and common terminology. Plus, real life in class exercises in order to put your new knowledge into action.
- Supply Chain & Replenishment - OTIF & Winning in the Details: Following the learning from Supply Chain & Replenishment - The Ground Floor; this course will dive deeper into the second tier of the Supply Chain Pyramid and place a special focus on OTIF (On Time In Full); cause and correction.
Last updated: Nov 16, 2017