Bachelor's in Supply Chain Management

 

A supply chain management degree means you'll be involved in every step of the process of providing goods and services to consumers, from the time of inception through consumption and redemption. Expect a curriculum that combines strengths of supply chain and information technology, along with skills in team management, communications and problem solving.

Pride points

  • 95% of supply chain management graduates are employed or continuing their education

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  • $65,000-$75,000 median starting salary for supply chain management graduates working full time

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  • 98% of supply chain management graduates working full time are satisfied with their job

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What can I do with a bachelor's degree in supply chain management?

Recent WMU graduates with degrees in supply chain management are working in a variety of industries in roles such as:

  • Supply chain analyst 
  • Commodity manager
  • Consultant
  • Material planner
  • Production manager
  • Sourcing specialist
  • Supply chain engineer

 Some of the companies they work for are:

  • Amazon
  • DOW
  • GM
  • Kellanova
  • Parker Hannifin
  • Stryker
  • WK Kellogg Co

Build your future with a supply chain management degree

The ever-increasing focus on supply chain issues and operations underlines the growing need for supply chain management professionals. Students pursuing a B.B.A. from WMU Haworth complete coursework in planning, managing demand, and providing goods and services to other companies and consumers. Your courses will combine a range of topics in supply chain management, transportation, sourcing, information technology, team management, communication, and problem-solving to prepare your for a career in the global economy.

An overall GPA of 3.0 is required for admittance into the supply chain management major.

Are scholarships available?

Are scholarships available?

Yes. We offer a variety of scholarships for supply chain management students based on merit and financial need.

Marcel Zondag Quote

  • In our courses, students learn and experience the tools to manage the ever-increasing challenges on supply chain issues and operations in organizations and the underlying need to address industry-specific problems, theoretical and practical root causes, and associated solutions.

    Dr. Marcel Zondag, director, supply chain management program

Internships, co-ops and professional experiences

Internships, co-ops and professional experiences

Your future as a supply chain professional starts now. And while you are attending WMU, you will have many opportunities to gain real-world experiences. Internships and other experiential learning are required prior to graduation. You will stand out to employers by pursuing Internships and co-ops—they are key factors in landing a full-time position after graduation. Many employers prefer to make job offers to students they have been able to evaluate through an internship experience.

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