Supply Chain Management

Supply Chain Management

Supply Chain Logistics Management (SCLM) Vincennes University Logistics Training and Education Center (VU LTEC) has re-developed their SCLM course for the current school year and is seeking students who are interested in learning how they can be a part of a high-demand, high-wage industry that will offer them endless career opportunities for the future!

Course Title: Supply Chain Managment/Logistics
Course Instructor: Michael Coyne
Number of Credits: 3 per semester
Semesters Offered: 2 semesters
Prerequisite: Introduction to Manufacturing (recommended)
Eligible Grade Levels: 12th
Dual Credit: Articulation only with Vincennes

Program Overview

Area 31 SCLM Program:
PRDM 100: Supply Chain Logistics Management
MGMT100: Introduction to Business

White Belt Certification, OSHA 10 Certification 

Fork-Lift Certification, Management Certification Internship Preparation Paid Internship at Logistics Employers

Program Highlights

  • Two dual-credit courses:
    • PRDM100: Supply Chain Logistics Management (3 credit hours towards the VU Supply Chain Logistics Management academic Certificate or A.S. degree)
    • MGMT100: Introduction to Business (3 credit hours towards the VU Business Administration academic Certificate or A.S. degree)
  • Four industry credentials:
    • White Belt Certification
    • OSHA 10-Hour General Industry
    • Powered Industrial Truck Operator (PITO) License (fork-lift)
    • Change Management Certification
  • Employability skills embedded throughout the Fall semester, with an emphasis on communication, team building, motivation, human behavior and ethics, and critical thinking
  • Company tours, guest speakers and hands-on learning
  • Paid student internship during the Spring semester at a local logistics employer

Program Requirements

  • Class will be held Monday-Friday from 12:30-3:00PM
  • Class Location: VU LTEC, 853 South Columbia Rd, Suite 151, Plainfield
  • Students must provide their own transportation to VU LTEC

Questions? Please contact Michael Coyne, Supply Chain Instructor, at 317-381-6083 or