Miami Dade College Announces Two New Bachelor’s Degrees
Miami, December 2, 2013 -
Miami Dade College (MDC) continues meeting the demand for workforce professionals in key areas with the implementation of two new baccalaureate degrees – a Bachelor of Science in Information Systems Technology and a Bachelor of Applied Science in Supply Chain Management.
The Information Systems Technology degree will prepare professionals with systems management and development expertise. Students will graduate with the critical skills and knowledge to support the design, planning and management of information infrastructures and resources within diverse organizational settings.
The Supply Chain Management degree is designed to provide knowledge of the supply chain, while exploring logistics, regulatory issues, change and inventory management, forecasting, resource allocation, production planning and other functions basic to business. Graduates with this degree will find employment in a broad spectrum of occupational specialties within the supply chain, logistics and transportation fields.
Classes for the new degrees are projected to begin in fall of 2014.
MDC currently offers several baccalaureate degrees in education, public safety, supervision and management, nursing, physician assistant studies, film, engineering, biological sciences, among others, as well as more than 300 distinct academic pathways and certificate programs at the college’s seven campuses and two outreach centers.
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