Delaware Technical Community College, in conjunction with Trinity Logistics and other area logistics companies, has created an Associate in Applied Science degree program for logistics, supply chain and operations management.

Delaware Technical Community College, in conjunction with Trinity Logistics and other area logistics companies, has created an Associate in Applied Science degree program for logistics, supply chain and operations management.

The program is designed to educate students in the areas of procurement, transportation, processing and storage of materials and information. The associate degree prepares students to aid in the design, improvement, installation and operation of integrated systems of people, materials and equipment. The program of study is available starting in fall 2016 at DTCC’s Owens Campus in Georgetown and the George Campus in Wilmington.

Two years of planning went into the design of the new program. Courses for the degree include business, project management, supply chain logistics, principles of marketing, sales and sales management and other industry-related topics.

Trinity Logistics will award three $1,000 scholarships to students choosing to pursue this track at the Owens Campus during the 2016-17 academic year. Students must be enrolled full- or part-time in the logistics, supply chain and operations management program; must have completed the FAFSA and demonstrated financial need; and must have a 2.5 GPA or higher.

For information or to apply, visit dtcc.edu/academics/college-catalog.