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The University of Arkansas at Texarkana campus is adding a new program to its lineup of offerings.The school is ramping up its career technical programs to meet industry needs by adding the Supply Chain Management program in August. The Supply Chain Management (SCM) program is designed for entry-level employment in transportation, logistics, and warehousing.  Graduates will understand the responsibilities of managing goods from raw materials to final consumer.

The program encompasses three degree levels which include an Associate's of Applied Science (AAS), a Technical Certificate (TC), or a Certificate of Proficiency (CP).  Students can pursue these degrees in a variety of class options that include traditional classes, online classes, and night classes to help accommodate students’ schedules.
The Interstate 30 corridor in Southwest Arkansas is a key transportation route used to connect businesses located all over the nation.  Area employers have expressed a need for employees who understand principles in transportation, logistics, and inventory management.
Recent surveys indicate an estimated 67-87 jobs in Supply Chain Management will be filled locally in the next two to five years, giving students a great opportunity to gain employment after completing this program.
The college is enrolling students for this program that will begin on the Texarkana campus on August 24 in the new Professions Building.
To find out more information about the program and to register, contact the Enrollment Management Department and speak with Katelyn Smith, Director of Student Relations, at 870-722-8228 or Presley Pennington, Enrollment Specialist, at 870-722-8172.