Supply chain management


Interested in how products from around the world end up at your doorstep? If you enjoy problem solving, learn more about what it means to major in supply chain management.

Program information

Supply chain students will learn a set of approaches to efficiently integrate the flow of materials, finances and information from suppliers, manufacturers, wholesalers, distributors, retailers and the final customer. The primary objective of an efficient supply chain is to improve the service levels to customers. 

Your training in the supply chain management program will make you a competitive candidate for increasingly important positions in organizations everywhere.


Recent graduate data

$55K
Median starting salary of spring 2020 supply chain management graduates
92%
Percentage of spring 2020 supply chain management graduates employed six months after graduation

Course information

Required courses

  • SCM 401: Intro to Supply Chain Management

  • SCM 402: Procurement and Supplier Management

  • SCM 403: Logistics Transp & Warehouse MGMT

  • SCM 404: Info Systems for SCM

  • +3 Advanced Business Electives

Advanced business electives

  • SCM 415: Data Analysis and Forecasting
  • SCM 418: Modeling and Risk Analysis
  • SCM 425: Customer Relationship Management
  • SCM 410: Capstone in Supply Chain
  • SCM 453: Retailing Distribution Channels & Supply Chain

Many organizations are recognizing the growing need for supply chain managers, who work to improve customer service and reduce overall supply chain costs. Supply chain managers are able to identify inefficiencies and find suppliers and distributors for their companies accordingly.

Whether you work for a small business or a Fortune 500 company, you will be essential in ensuring that the flow of materials, finances and information necessary for your business is as efficient as possible.

Typical positions include:

  • Logistics analyst
  • Material planning manager
  • Operations analyst
  • Procurement manager
  • Purchasing Specialist
  • Inventory control administrator
  • Supply chain business analyst

Course information

Required courses

  • SCM 401: Intro to Supply Chain Management

  • SCM 402: Procurement and Supplier Management

  • SCM 403: Logistics Transp & Warehouse MGMT

  • SCM 404: Info Systems for SCM

  • +3 Advanced Business Electives

Advanced business electives

  • SCM 415: Data Analysis and Forecasting
  • SCM 418: Modeling and Risk Analysis
  • SCM 425: Customer Relationship Management
  • SCM 410: Capstone in Supply Chain
  • SCM 453: Retailing Distribution Channels & Supply Chain

Many organizations are recognizing the growing need for supply chain managers, who work to improve customer service and reduce overall supply chain costs. Supply chain managers are able to identify inefficiencies and find suppliers and distributors for their companies accordingly.

Whether you work for a small business or a Fortune 500 company, you will be essential in ensuring that the flow of materials, finances and information necessary for your business is as efficient as possible.

Typical positions include:

  • Logistics analyst
  • Material planning manager
  • Operations analyst
  • Procurement manager
  • Purchasing Specialist
  • Inventory control administrator
  • Supply chain business analyst