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BS Supply Chain Management
Arizona State University, USA
Supply chain managers coordinate the production flow of goods and services, enabling the transformation of raw materials into the final products made available to consumers, whether on local store shelves or through online retailers. Supply chain management, involving multiple vendors in different countries, is a key reason that people can buy an ever-increasing variety of goods and services at remarkably low prices.
The BS program in supply chain management provides W. P. Carey School of Business students with an in-depth knowledge of integrated supply chain management. The curriculum focuses on:
- execution systems
- strategy development
Classes are small and use projects and case studies to bring the material to life.
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Business Administration BS - Operations and Supply Chain Management Concentration
University at Buffalo, USA
All academic programs in the UB School of Management are accredited by AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. This prestigious accreditation is considered to be the hallmark of management education.
- Of more than 16,000 business schools worldwide, less than 5% are accredited by AACSB International.
- Most B-school rankings start with AACSB-accredited schools, yet typically only 20-25% of those schools make the final rankings.
- The UB School of Management is ranked in all the major rankings—Bloomberg Businessweek, Forbes, U.S. News & World Report—usually in the top 10% of this elite group.
Our programs provide you with an educational experience that offers both quality and value. We emphasize broad exposure to quantitative reasoning, social sciences, soft skills, and a general management education required to compete in today's global market.
The University at Buffalo School of Management Undergraduate Programs are committed to making a difference in the lives of our students, guided by a culture of responsibility and mutual respect. The over-arching goal of our program is to develop a well-rounded business professional who is capable of:
- Leading through innovation and embracing positive change.
- Applying quantitative analysis and critical thinking skills to solve problems and develop opportunities.
- Communicating effectively, including both clarity of message and professionalism.
- Fostering collaboration to achieve organization goals.
- Thriving in a global business environment.
The hallmark of a School of Management graduate should be a highly skilled, emotionally mature, and culturally sensitive professional with a strong sense of integrity and ethics. Our [program prepares students to enter directly into their chosen career path or to apply to graduate school upon completion of our bachelor's degree.
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Supply Chain & Operations Management BS
Purdue University, USA
Strategic design of agile operational systems and supply chains has become more important than ever with the rapid advancement of technology and the recent challenges faced by the public, private and nonprofit sectors. A successful future supply chain and operations leader needs a broad understanding of various business functions and a deep knowledge of the material flow, cash flow, and information flow that move around in and across business units, as well as the skills for efficient planning of human and non-human resources.
The Supply Chain and Operations Management program at Krannert emphasizes the latest business concepts, models, and strategies for modern supply chains and operations. This is achieved through a comprehensive curriculum that builds a strong business foundation of operations, finance, accounting, marketing, human resources, leadership, coupled with a strong analytics foundation of data analysis, simulation, and model development. Most importantly, our expert faculty offer a rich set of advanced knowledge in logistics, manufacturing, strategic sourcing & procurement, and project management through advanced courses.
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Business- Operations and Technology Management, BBA
University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
The Operations and Technology Management (OTM) major focuses on the design, production, and delivery of products and services to satisfy customer needs. It equips students with the essential tools and strategies to use resources efficiently, make desirable trade-offs, and strategically redesign or restructure operations. OTM majors distinguish themselves by strong analytical and problem-solving capabilities together with the ability to provide high-level managerial insights into value-based service and production management.
OTM majors have many career opportunities due to their process orientation and analytical training. They are especially well-equipped for positions in supply chain management and logistics, business analytics, management consulting, service operations management, and manufacturing management.
Supply Chain Management - Data Analytics, B.S
Indiana Institute of Technology, USA
This program is designed in support of Indiana Tech’s Phase 2 - Implementation proposal of the Charting the Future for Indiana’s Colleges and Universities Initiative. Indiana Tech has been invited to participate in this initiative and has identified the opportunity to further develop academic offerings in the area of engineering technologies.
As articulated in the Lilly Endowment grant the Supply Chain Management program represents a needed technical program with Indiana Tech’s College of Business and one that will provide important opportunities for cross-college collaboration. The vision of Indiana Tech as articulated in the grant proposal is that the Supply Chain Management program will align particularly well with existing programs, courses, and faculty in the fields of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, Project Management and Analytics.
Program Learning Objectives
Supply chain management has responsibility for the movement of raw materials and component parts into and within a business firm and to the distribution of finished products and services to customers.
The Supply Chain Management program developed at Indiana Tech will provide students with a background for the design and management of supply chains including qualitative and quantitative modeling of supply chain systems. The Supply Chain Management curriculum has a focus on technical and analytical skills, leadership, and communication proficiency.
Students will learn analytical skills used in system design frameworks and modeling that support data-driven decision making. Students will be able to identify and solve complex supply chain problems and will demonstrate heightened levels of proficiency in the investigation of complex problems grounded in mathematics, computer science, business, decision science and engineering. In addition, students will learn techniques used to formulate solutions that meet specified needs with regard to public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic considerations.
The provided material will develop skills in high demand for career paths in areas such as healthcare, energy systems, financial management, insurance, manufacturing and production systems, military planning, shipping and distribution, and transportation.
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Industrial Distribution and Logistics BS
East Carolina University, USA
Can you picture yourself in the challenging and dynamic field of industrial distribution and logistics? Are you interested in challenging yourself using critical thinking to provide the best movement and distribution of products and services throughout the world?
In today’s environment of global competition and changing technology, the industry needs trained professionals with broad skills-the kind developed by our bachelor of science in industrial distribution and logistics program.
Industrial distribution and logistics encompasses all the elements of the supply chain, from raw materials to the final customer, and all of the transportation methods throughout the supply chain. Distribution and logistics managers coordinate the movement of goods, services, and information throughout the world. Distribution and logistics is an important segment of the economy worldwide. In the United States alone, distribution of industrial products is a four-trillion-dollar business, more than 10 percent of the gross national product.
In East Carolina’s bachelor of science in industrial distribution and logistics program, you will build a solid foundation for a career by studying a variety of functions performed by distributors such as supply chain management, warehousing, transportation, industrial sales, inventory management, strategic pricing, and purchasing.
Bachelor of Business Administration, Supply Chain Management
Sam Houston State University, USA
Sam Houston State University is proud to offer a B.B.A. in supply chain management which is both a challenging and rewarding new degree program offered for Fall 2019. Designed to prepare you for success in various careers, this degree program offers small-sized classes and personal attention from experienced and engaged faculty.
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Operations & Supply Chain Management (BBA)
University of North Dakota, USA
The difference between success and failure in business often comes down to the supply chain. When a company can't efficiently deliver its products and services, it is at a disadvantage against one that can. As a student in UND's Operations & Supply Chain Management program, you'll learn to handle the complex challenge of organizing people, technology and materials as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible. At the same time, you'll learn to balance relationships between your organization and suppliers, distributors, customers, intermediaries, and service providers. You'll even participate in internationally competitive student case competitions.
Operations and Supply Chain Management, B.S,
Utah Valley University, USA
The BS in Operations and Supply Chain Management is aimed at producing career-ready graduates in operations and supply chain management to meet the growing demand for employees with this skill set. Students become career-ready through a program of study consisting not only of a theoretical base in making good business operating decisions but also a hands-on, practical approach to learning. Practical knowledge is gained by not only offering but requiring each graduate to sit for at least one professional industry certification exam (Domo, Lean, Six Sigma, Project Management), and complete either an internship or an independent study applying skills and tools learned throughout their coursework. Further, students will benefit from the program’s connection with industry leaders who advise program directors regarding course offerings and course content that is most valuable on the job market. Students will also be provided multiple opportunities to interact and network with industry partners on in-class projects, internships, and full-time employment post-graduation. Students will gain knowledge in core topics such as analytics for business decisions, business decision optimization, supply chain management, simulation for business applications, and quality management tools and techniques (Lean, Six Sigma, Theory of Constraints, etc.). Graduates will be prepared to enter the job market in a variety of industries such as technology, healthcare, supply chain, manufacturing, distribution, and logistics.
Bachelor of Business in Supply Chain Management and Master of Business Administration
Western Illinois University , USA
The Supply Chain Management (SCM) program integrates corporate best practices and hands-on experience to build relevant industry skills
Dozens of top companies recruit at WIU each year as the demand for graduates exceeds the supply resulting in very strong career opportunities
Student organizations, study abroad programs, professional development events, career fairs, and internships provide networking opportunities and industry experience
The integrated program allows students to earn two degrees (bachelor's and MBA) in just five years
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Bachelor of Science - Logistics
Missouri Southern State University, USA
The more global the economy becomes, the more essential will be those who understand logistics and improved transportation systems. The logistics Bachelor's degree insures that students have mastery in optimizing the movement of materials and inputs within an organization, as well as bringing finished good to markets and consumers in the most cost effective ways. Our Logistics program give you a complete grounding in the technologies and practices of top-tier professionals.
Operations Management (BS)
University of Scranton, USA
As one of the core functional areas of an organization Operations Management deals with the effective management of businesses in the manufacturing and service areas through effective and efficient utilization of resources in the production of goods and services. Career opportunities include:
Manufacturing – V.P. Manufacturing, Production Manager, Materials Manager, Inventory Analyst, Warehouse Manager, Plant Manager, Quality Control Manager, Production Planning Analyst, Purchasing Manager, Shipping Specialist
Services – V.P. Operations, Operations Manager, Supplies Specialist, Buyer or Purchasing Agent, Store Manager, Customer Service Manager, Warehouse Manager, Inventory Analyst.
BBA, Supply Chain Management
Clayton State University, USA
Consistent with the mission of the College of Business, the mission of the Supply Chain Management Discipline is to provide a broad-based general business education that prepares students for careers in Supply Chain Management and related fields. In addition to the BBA Learning Outcomes, upon successful completion of the program, Supply Chain Management majors will be able to:
- Demonstrate knowledge of basic transportation and logistics concepts
- Describe the basic principles of supply chain management and techniques used to analyze various aspects of logistics systems
- Analyze the effectiveness of warehousing and operations in the supply chain process
- Describe the global sourcing process and the effect on the supply chain
- Describe firm financial performance and with respect to the supply chain
- Identify problems and improvement opportunities related to supply chain performance and performance measurement.
Supply Chain and Logistics Management BS
Kettering University, USA
You will be able to master these kinds of challenges after delving into our Supply Chain and Logistics Management concentration.
Learning these methods and tools to increase revenue and reduce costs will position you well in a global economy that moves through supply chains. First, though, you’ll have some choices to customize your concentration.
The concentration begins with an introduction to Operations and Supply Chain Management, before moving on to industrial engineering topics such as Production System Design, Operations Research and Tools for Managing the Supply Chain, as well as information technology coursework such as Business Information Systems. Students in this concentration receive a Bachelor of Science in Management, in addition to completing the core Management program.
The coursework, however, is just half of the benefit of a Kettering bachelor’s. You will also have the opportunity to apply what you’re learning in the classroom on the job well before you finish your degree here.
Supply Chain Management Major (BBA)
Southern Arkansas University, USA
Supply chain management coordinates the movement of products all the way from the sourcing of raw materials to the purchasing of products by the final users and the management of customer services. With huge corporations like Walmart, Dell, and Amazon performing millions of transactions a day, effective and efficient supply chain management has become critical to the world economy.
Maritime & Supply Chain Management (B.S.B.A.)
Old Dominion University , USA
The Maritime and Supply Chain Management program is designed to provide students with an integrated working knowledge of maritime operations and supply chain management. It is the only undergraduate major of its kind east of the Mississippi River and graduates will be able to meet the needs of regional, national and international shipping, transportation and distribution industries. Students may choose either the maritime management concentration or supply chain management concentration.
Supply Chain, Logistics and Maritime Port Management, B.S.
New Jersey City University, USA
Demand in the Supply Chain, Logistics, and Maritime Port Management fields has increased dramatically due to the fact that it is a $6 billion dollar industry in New Jersey alone. Global business today encompasses domestic and global companies with busy ports in New York and New Jersey to handle cargos worldwide from North America, Europe, South America, Africa, and Asia. Globalization revolutionizes the way companies conduct their business. The world has become one big supply chain and this program seeks to help meet the keen demand for professionals in these fields.
Once matriculated at NJCU, transfer students must complete at least 30 credits at NJCU to satisfy the university’s residency requirement. Students must also maintain a GPA of 2.5 or better in courses taken in the School of Business. Students must earn a grade of C or higher in each School of Business course (ACCT, BUSI, ECON, FINC, MGMT, MKTG) used in fulfillment of a
Operations Management, BS
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, USA
The Operations Management (OM) Major prepares students for careers in manufacturing and service management, operations strategy consulting, purchasing and supply management, project management, and quality management. OM professionals work with most other units in any organization, more so with engineering, human resource management, information systems, and marketing. The OM curriculum focuses on analytical decision-making, logistics, new product development, operations strategy, process improvement, project management, quality control, and supply chain management. Students are trained in ways of developing, making, and delivering goods and services efficiently and effectively – generating value by satisfying ever-changing customer needs while improving profitability.
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B.B.A. in Supply Chain Analytics
University of Miami, USA
The Department of Management offers a major area of specialization in Supply Chain Analytics for students pursuing the Bachelor of Business Administration degree.
The undergraduate major in Supply Chain Analytics is designed to give students an understanding of the modern supply chains and the decision tradeoffs, skills necessary to model supply chain problems as well as source and analyze supply chain data to create efficiency in the firms. Students who pursue the major in Supply Chain Analytics will be exposed to an understanding of predictive and prescriptive analytics to become a problem-solver in the complex supply chain systems; coursework that helps to broaden their understanding of how to help organizations to identify value-enhancing efficiencies; and hands-on experiences that explore actually analyzing modern real-world supply chains.
OPERATIONS AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
Calvin College, USA
When your textbooks get shipped to you in just two days, you’re benefiting from quick and efficient supply chain management. At Calvin, you’ll gain the problem-solving skills needed to keep people, products, and markets moving efficiently.
Interact with global businesses to learn how they manage their materials, talents, and energy. Discover different ways to get goods into the hands of people who need them. Grapple with the challenges of doing business ethically, sustainably, and faithfully. You’ll do it all under the guidance of faculty who draw on their own vast experience in the business world and who have the knowledge and business relationships to help you succeed.
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