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Studying Supply Chain Management at Weber State

Weber State’s supply chain management major gives students with an interest in how goods are produced, purchased, moved and marketed worldwide the skills to become leaders in supply chain management.

Supply Chain Management Highlights

Weber State’s supply chain management program offers small class sizes, taught by faculty members who have strong connections in the local community. These small classes give you the opportunity to build relationships and receive personal attention.

Weber’s John B. Goddard School of Business & Economics is accredited by AACSB International, the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. This distinction is held by fewer than 6% of all business schools.

Beyond the Classroom

As a supply chain management major, you will have the opportunity to participate in collegiate case competitions at Weber State and other universities.

You can also work on optimization and simulation projects with companies and community partners, and teach supply chain management to local high school students. 

Stephen Pope

Class of 2017

“Weber State’s supply chain management program gave me the opportunity to rub shoulders with not just Utah’s supply chain elite, but some of the best supply chain people in the country.”

What You’ll Learn at Weber

Weber State’s supply chain management program gives you the specialized skills to manage key value-added processes, inspire creative decision-making and collaborate effectively with decision-makers in your organization and around the world.

You will learn the technical skills in fundamental areas of supply chain management, including:

  • Managing logistics and transportation
  • Purchasing and strategic sourcing
  • Global supply chain management
  • Relational strategies and supply chain design

What You Can Do After Weber

One of the benefits of supply chain management is the variety of career opportunities available.

Job titles from companies recently seeking supply chain management professionals include:

  • Demand planner
  • Project manager
  • Sourcing manager
  • Director of transportation
  • Industrial production manager
  • Logistician
  • Purchasing manager, buyer, purchasing agent

 

Career & Salary Outlook

Supply chain management graduates earn an average starting salary of $53,000 to $80,000.

Common careers for supply chain management graduates in the U.S. and Utah
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Faculty Perspective

  • Stan Fawcett

    “Supply chain management is the value creation engine for every organization.”
  • Dee Fawcett

    “The supply chain management major prepares students for careers in a wide variety of fields, and the demand for our students far exceeds the supply available. Our students have plentiful opportunities for internships and jobs.”

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