Supply Chain Management
Is a Supply Chain Management career in your future?
No matter how good your company's products or services, in today's complex global business environment your organization's success depends on an efficient and effective supply chain. The demand for experts in this field continues to grow. For the past five years, the average salary of supply chain managers with five years of experience, or sometimes fewer has exceeded $80,000. If you're intrigued by the possibility of managing complex interdependencies in a global environment, a Bachelor of Business Administration in General Business degree with a concentration in supply chain management might be for you! Check the supply chain management courses you will need and/or RSVP for an Open House date today.
What abilities will I get if I obtain with a Supply Chain Management concentration?
Supply chain management encompasses a wide range of activities involved in producing and delivering a product or a service to customers around the world; such as sourcing raw materials from vendors across multiple countries, coordinating manufacturing and assembly, warehousing and inventory control, and managing multiple distribution channels and methods. Our program includes real-world applied learning, case studies, and team projects that will help you get the experience needed to hit the ground running.
Want to make a smart decision about college? Get career and salary information for the supply chain management degree.
- Business Operations Manager
- International Logistics Coordinator
- Logistics Manager
- Materials Planner
- Operations Analyst
- Procurement Manager
- Project Manager
- Supply Chain Coordinator
- Transportation Coordinator
Where can I take the Supply Chain Management concentration?
The majority of the courses in the concentration will be taken online, with different course offerings in Victoria and Katy. The business core can be taken online or in one of the two campus in Victoria and Katy.
Take the next step into a Supply Chain Management career path
If you are interested in supply chain management please contact our advisors to learn more about the program and course work.