Included in this Libguide you will find Library resources related to the field of Supply Chain Management. This guide is designed to help students find and use information related to their course assignments.
NOTE: Hover over the SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT tab at the top left of this page. Click on any of the drop down menus for Supply Chain Management-related databases, websites, and E-books.
Be Part of Something Big!
Welcome to the Supply Chain Management Program at Polk State College! We appreciate your interest in this dynamic, exciting field. A degree in Supply Chain Management prepares you to be part of something big.
Supply Chain Management encompasses all functions related to the movement and storage of materials, work-in-process inventory, and finished goods from point of origin to point of consumption. This includes purchasing, inventory management, production planning and scheduling, distribution management, and quality management.
The Supply Chain Management program at Polk State College incorporates the newest technology and state-of-the-art equipment in preparing students to work in this exciting career field. Supply chain management graduates work in diverse areas such as strategic sourcing and supply management, project management, purchasing and inventory management, production planning and scheduling, logistics and distribution management, and quality management.
Also see Polk State College's Corporate College offerings pertaining to Supply Chain and Logistics. Courses are also offered in applied technical skills associated with supply chain management. Students who complete the Supply Chain Management Institute courses can ultimately gain certificate training, specialist certification, expert-in-field certification, articulation to college credit, or an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree. These options benefit students, businesses, and the local economy. The Corporate College is implementing ambitious training programs that provide the workforce with a pool of well-trained and highly-skilled individuals.