Supply Chain and Operations Degrees
Lake Washington Institute of Technology
The Bachelor of Applied Science in Transportation, Logistics and Supply Chain Management (BASTLSCM) at Lake Washington Institute of Technology (LWTech) offers classes that fit your life. For individuals holding a two- year degree in business, accounting, transportation, or information technology or for those looking for additional training.
University of Washington
At University of Washington, Bothell, the Supply Chain Option provides students the ability to manage suppliers across globally distributed locations, to procure the right materials, at the right time, at the right quality, and at the lowest cost to meet company objectives. Graduates can go on to work as buyers, operations managers, forecasting analysts among many things.
Develop a deeper understanding of transportation and logistics as applied to complex supply chain issues in this engineering-focused program. Gain quantitative and analytical skills and make an impact on your current job and long-term career trajectory. The program is primarily online, but also includes a required one-week residency.
The Master of Supply Chain Management (MSCM) program at the University of Washington Foster School of Business is a one-year program that blends end-to-end supply chain concepts like strategic sourcing and channel management with big data analytics, cross-functional business knowledge, and hands-on, industry experience.
Tacoma Community Colleges
Earn an Associate of Applied Science in Business degree. Get credit for an internship. Compete for a wide variety of entry-level jobs including Transportation, Warehousing, and Importing/Exporting (Global Logistics concentration). Start and market your own business (Entrepreneurship concentration).