What can I do with a business degree in supply chain management?
Many businesses participate in one or more supply chains. Careers in supply chain management include:
- industrial buyers
- logistics analysts
- production planners
- transportation managers
- warehouse operations specialists
For the latest information on salaries in supply chain management, contact Pat Wheeler, employment and career services advisor for the Goddard School, or visit Career Services.
What will I learn?
As a supply chain management student, you will focus on the supply chain of purchasing, producing, moving, and marketing goods and services on a global basis.
What is the application process?
Students seeking a degree or certificate within the John B. Goddard School of Business & Economics (GSBE) must be formally admitted. For admissions criteria and the step-by-step admissions process, click here.
Master's Degree: Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Bachelor’s Degree: Bachelor of Arts or Science (B.A. or B.S.) in Business Administration with an emphasis in supply chain management
Minor: Business Administration (for non-business majors)
The Department of Business Administration is part of the John B. Goddard School of Business & Economics, which is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business—the highest level of accreditation attainable.