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Advance your career with a B.S. in Logistics & Supply Chain Management

In the Bachelor of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management degree program at CCU, you will learn how to recognize, describe, evaluate, and implement the basic theories, concepts, principles, and practices in the field. You will also learn the principles in supply-chain design and decision-modeling; contract and pricing negotiations; inventory management, and international supply chain management. Courses are integrated with a Christ-centered perspective, which will enable you to demonstrate excellence in the workplace and in your life beyond the classroom.

Program Focus

Overview of logistics and supply chain management; transportation management; reverse logistics management; and information systems

Logistics and supply chain management represent the backbone of business and industry around the globe. A bachelor's in Supply Chain Management will teach you the processes of physical distribution and supply in domestic and international settings, including purchasing and inbound logistics; warehousing; inventory and financial controls; and negotiations, quality control, and quality management. An overview of design, decision-modeling, and international business and international supply chain management is included in this degree program.

    • 120 credit hours (30 in major core)
    • Courses are taken one at a time and are typically completed in five-week blocks
    • CCU's generous transfer credit policies help you accelerate your degree
    • Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission
  • Admissions for Adult Undergraduate and Degree Completion Students

    For adult students interested in beginning or completing their undergraduate degree, the College of Adult and Graduate Studies at Colorado Christian University offers a variety of flexible educational opportunities. These include bachelor's degree programs that open new doors for your career, associate degree programs to help you build a strong foundation, and certificate programs to give you that extra edge.

    Admission Requirements

    • Complete the adult undergraduate application online.
    • Provide your enrollment counselor with a copy of your state-issued driver's license or a state-issued identification card. This ID must include your photo and be within the expiration date. If you are an international student, visit our international student admissions page for more information or contact your enrollment counselor with any questions.
    • Submit proof of your high school graduation or completion. This must be your high school transcript with graduation date, a copy of your high school diploma, or a copy of your high school equivalent certificate (GED).

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    Colorado Christian University
    Attn: Registrar's Office/Transcripts
    8787 W. Alameda Ave.
    Lakewood, CO 80226

    Admission to Licensure Programs

    Admission to a licensure program in the College of Adult and Graduate Studies does not guarantee licensure at the completion of the program. It is the responsibility of the student to ensure they meet all licensure requirements, which often includes a background check.

    For students who may wish to seek licensure, CCU has provided professional licensure disclosures to aid students in determining specific state requirements for professional licensure. Each state makes the final determination if an individual is eligible to sit for licensure based on the rules and regulations of that state at the time a student applies for licensure.

    Admission Timelines

    Colorado Christian University's College of Adult and Graduate Studies offers accelerated degree completion programs for adult students. Courses are typically offered in five-week blocks. You can enter CCU at the beginning of any adult studies course. This gives you the flexibility to start at virtually any time during the year. CCU operates on a standard semester time frame. Semesters include spring, summer, and fall.

    Non-degree Seeking Students

    If you wish to take courses in Colorado Christian University's College of Adult and Graduate Studies without working toward a degree, you must apply for a Non-Degree Seeking program on CCU's Adult Undergraduate Admission Application. Please see the Non-Degree Seeking Students website for details

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      If you have questions, contact an Enrollment Counselor by calling 303-963-3311. Our experienced, professional enrollment counselors are here to guide you as you consider going back to college and are equipped to serve the enrollment needs of adult students.

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Logistics and Supply Chain Management degree program benefits

  • The program is specially designed for adult students who are busy with work and family commitments.
  • Students have the option to complete the coursework online. Internet-based courses run for five weeks and weekly assignments may be completed around your schedule.
  • Students have direct access to professors who are also professionals in the field.

What can you do with a bachelor's degree in Logistics and Supply Chain Management?

The B.S. in Logistics and Supply Chain Management is designed for students who are interested in a career in manufacturing, retailing, carrier/transportation services in a variety of roles, including positions such as logistics professionals, global supply chain analyst, supply management or warehouse manager, and purchasing or transportation manager.

For prospective students and international students who have additional questions regarding admission requirements, financial aid, and tuition rates, fill out the form on this page or contact a CCU Online enrollment counselor at 303-963-3311

State Exclusions for Online Students

Colorado Christian University is required by the U.S. Department of Education to be in compliance with state laws regarding where we can offer distance and/or online education. The College of Adult and Graduate Studies at Colorado Christian University offers courses to online students in all states with some exceptions for specific academic programs.

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