Supply Chain Management
Supply Chain Management (SCM) is the active and intentional management of the flows of goods and services from sourcing products to delivering them to consumers. Leaders in this field must be people-driven, solution-oriented and be able to quickly and effectively dissect data and provide perceptive analysis in real time situations.
What You’ll Study
Supply Chain Management is a minor in the CBU School of Business and requires 18 credit hours. You’ll take courses in:
You will also complete a supply chain management project or internship.View Supply Chain Management course requirements
People are one of a supply chain’s greatest assets, and businesses are looking for candidates who are deliberate, nimble and client-focused. They need leaders who can manage information, engage customers and suppliers, and integrate processes across multiple platforms. Potential jobs include:
- Business Analyst.
- Commodity Specialist
- Demand Planning Manager
- Director of Global Procurement
- Director of Logistics & Distribution
- Director of Operations
- Director of Supply Management
CBU graduates are enjoying successful careers in supply chain management across many major sectors including:
- GTO Logistics
Is Supply Chain Management right for you?
Students in this field are technically savvy and ready to hit the ground running. If you identify with some of the skills and interests on this list, this program may be a good fit for you:
- Project Management
- Risk Management
- Data Analysis
- Information Technology
For students interests in related programs within the School of Business, CBU offers these additional minors: