A New Degree Program in Supply Chain and Logistics Management at Fort Valley State

fvsuFort Valley State University, a historically Black educational institution in Georgia, has announced that it will be offering this fall a new bachelor of business administration degree with a concentration in supply chain and logistics management. The Georgia Department of Labor estimates that there are currently more than 4,200 job openings in the field at the present time in the state.

Uppinder Mehan, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Fort Valley State University said that, “our supply chain minor has enjoyed strong enrollment over the last few years, and students have continually asked for a full program. Our current minor has helped students be competitive in the job market; the major will move them heads and shoulders above their peers.”

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