Supply Chain Management Degree
Effective supply chain management can help businesses reduce cost, increase product and profit, and improve environmental sustainability within the workplace. With courses in business, forecasting and logistics, sourcing and operations, and economics, students will enhance their written and oral communication, problem solving, decision making, and critical thinking skills, preparing them for a variety of career paths in business, manufacturing, and management.
While the major provides students with a comprehensive skill set in the field, it also allows ample time for foundational business courses imperative to their long-term success. Furthermore, students will learn within the context of a liberal arts education, preparing them to demonstrate written and verbal communication skills and skills in problem solving, decision making, and critical thinking.
Students can prepare for careers in manufacturing, project management, supply chain management, or logistics.
4-Year Undergraduate Degree
About the Program
The Supply Chain Management major is offered through The Scarborough School of Business & Communication. Responding to a critical need in the labor market, the supply chain management major will provide students with comprehensive skills to improve product flow and streamline operational efficiency.
Through two capstones, one of an applied nature in supply chain management and another of a research nature in management, students will prepare for careers in business and leadership opportunities in management. To accomplish this goal, we provide a strong ethical and analytical foundation through in-depth learning combines with a wide variety of practical experiences (on and off campus) to develop professional networks and relevant skills.
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- Supply Coordinator
- Purchasing Agents
- Operations Manager
- Planning and Expediting
- Quality Control
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Morgan R. Clevenger, Ed.D., MBA
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