Supply Chain Management (B.S.)


Leaders win through logistics

The B.S. in Supply Chain Management develops the business and analytical skills vital
for success in operation management, procurement and strategic sourcing, and logistics management.

Graduates of this program will posses a depth of knowledge in the areas of purchasing, strategic sourcing, logistics, transportation, global supply chain management, operations excellence, analytics, enterprise resource planning, and team building. The curriculum emphasizes a balanced and holistic approach to integrated supply chain management (SCM), and focuses on approaches and technologies used by both Fortune 500 and local companies. Ethical decision-making and sustainability is focused on as well as social responsibility is growing in importance to leading-edge firms. The program emphasizes experiential learning as well as collaborative learning, and all students are required to complete an internship or industry project.

There are plenty of great entry-level career options that will put you on the right path to a strong future in SCM. Positions like Supply Chain Analyst, Logistics Specialist, Demand and Supply Chain Planner, Supply Chain Coordinator, Supply Chain Buyer, Inventory Analyst, Director, Raw Materials, Project Manager, and Procurement Specialist give you the basic infrastructure on which to build your career. Salaries vary by geographic location and market size, but are among the highest starting salaries for today’s graduates in business.

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