Welcome to the Supply Chain Management Early Bird Program!
The Supply Chain Management Early Bird program is a program designed to help motivated students earn their Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Supply Chain Management in a convenient, predictable, early morning format. Classes are conducted in a blended format, meaning that 50% of the course is conducted face-to-face with your professor, and 50% of the course is conducted online. You’ll attend class from 6:00a-7:50a on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays, and study with the same group of students, who you will soon come to know as friends. Along the way you’ll also earn your Associate of Science degree in Supply Chain Management Operations, your Associate of Arts degree, and a number of Technical Certificates.
We are proud to have a partnership with the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP), the leading industry association which boasts members around the globe. CSCMP maintains the SCPro™ Fundamentals certification program. As part of your studies, you will have the opportunity to earn a number of SCPro™ Fundamentals certifications. Earning these certifications will set you apart in the workplace.
We also have a number of ways to accelerate your education even more by offering credit-for-prior-learning options for certain classes. If you have the requisite knowledge, you may be able to earn credit for courses by taking a test to demonstrate your competency.
All classes are held at the Willis Holcomb Downtown Center, which is located at 111 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301.
The next cohort begins January 6, 2020!
Ready to start? You first need to:
- Apply to Broward College by visiting www.broward.edu and clicking on the orange ‘Apply Now’ button in the upper left corner.
- Pay the application fee. A $35 application fee applies.
- Order your transcripts from your high school and any college or university you have listed on your application. You may receive credit for courses taken elsewhere.
- Apply for Financial Aid. Even if you don’t think you’ll be eligible for federal financial aid, it’s to your benefit to complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as many scholarships require that you apply for federal financial aid first.
- Take Placement Tests. If you graduated high school prior to 2014, or graduated high school outside the State of Florida, you may need to take placement tests.
Lastly, all students graduating from a bachelor’s degree in the State of Florida must meet the foreign language competency requirement. Speak to the program advisor for more details.
Join us for an upcoming information session. All sessions will be held at the Willis Holcomb Center
, located at 111 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301. Paid parking is available in the City Parking Garage. Details on upcoming sessions will be posted here. Please check back for updates.