Supply Chain Management
Supply Chain Management (SCM) involves the planning and management of all activities involved in sourcing and procurement, coversion, and inbound/outbound logistics flows. SCM managers are involved in purchasing, logistics, and various manufacturing activities related to control and scheduling.
SCM careers can be found with manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers, third party services providers, and with freight carriers. Specific entry level jobs include purchasing analyst, global sourcing analyst, production scheduling and control, quality managment, inventory analyst, warehouse supervision, warehouse analyst, SCM related information systems analyst, transportation planning analyst, international transportation analyst, carrier evaluation analyst, third party logistics services planner, carrier supervision, and carrier marketing and sales.
In addition to the BBA CORE requirements, as a Supply Chain Management major in the joint program between the Management and Marketing Departments you must take the following courses:
Management Major - Operations Emphasis
Marketing Major - Logistics Emphasis
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