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Why Choose Goddard’s Supply Chain Management Minor?

Supply chain management is the value creation engine of every organization.

The goal of this program is to provide a direct path to a SCM minor for students majoring in engineering and related technology disciplines.

We offer small class sizes, an interactive classroom setting and professors who care about your learning and provide an environment that nurtures learning and personal growth.

What You’ll Learn

In our supply chain management classes, you will:

  • Develop the management and people skills necessary to be a leader in a company.
  • Develop many of the technical skills that supply chain managers need in daily life.
  • Learn about logistics and transportation, purchasing and strategic sourcing, global supply chain management, relational strategies and supply chain design.
  • Work on optimization and simulation projects with companies and community partners and teach supply chain management to a local high school.
  • Interact with and be mentored by professional members of the Supply Chain Center advisory board.
  • Be a part of SCM program activities, such as exclusive plant tours, and show your skills in the Weber State Supply Chain Management Case Competition.

What You Can Do

Businesses large and small rely on supply chain management to get products to customers.

One of the benefits of studying in the area of supply chain management is the variety of career opportunities it can help provide students graduating with majors in engineering and related technology disciplines.

Job titles from companies recently seeking supply chain management professionals include: demand planner, project manager, sourcing manager and director of transportation. 

More general job titles in supply chain management include:

  • Industrial production manager (average starting salary: $55,250)
  • Logistician (average starting salary: $46,120)
  • Purchasing manager, buyer, purchasing agent (average starting salary: $60,840)

The average annual salary of our recent graduates is $48,150.

Admission Process

Acceptance to the John B. Goddard School of Business & Economics may be required for business majors, minors, emphases and certificates, depending on the program.
For this minor, you can be admitted without other requirements if you meet the program and necessary course prerequisites.

To get personalized information about your admission to this minor, contact the Goddard School Advising Center, WB 211, 801-626-6534.

Program Prerequisites

In order to qualify for this minor, you must be enrolled in one of the following programs in the College of Engineering, Applied Science & Technology (EAST):

Manufacturing Engineering Technology
Design Engineering Technology
Mechanical Engineering Technology
Electronics Engineering Technology

In addition, you must have successfully completed a statistics course in EAST:
 MFET 2410, Quality Concepts and Statistical Applications, or another similar level course.
An overall university minimum GPA of 2.5 is also required.

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Club: Student Association of Supply Chain Management (SASCM)

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