Bachelor of Business Administration in Supply Chain Management
Supply chain majors obtain the knowledge and skills needed to assume key roles in companies managing the transport, distribution, and sourcing of goods. Coursework includes supply chain management, logistics management, purchasing, and analytical methods. Supply chain management requires the analytical ability to make data-driven decisions and the interpersonal skills to manage essential business relationships. Supply chain managers must be able to communicate, collaborate, and coordinate with customers and suppliers.
A Supply Chain Management degree prepares students for challenging careers in supply chain management in areas such as transportation, inventory management, strategic sourcing, distribution, customer service, and demand management.
- Transport/distribution/supply chain planning
- Inventory management/warehousing
Supply Chain Management Breakfast
Before each semester's Career Fair, Supply Chain Management students meet and network with recruiters from around the country at the Tech Supply Chain Association Breakfast. During the breakfast, students speak with recruiters in a roundtable setting. Recruiters also use this as an additional opportunity to gain greater access to students and speak with them about the needs of their company
Supply Chain Management Student Organizations
Contact: Madison Proctor
- A or B in MKTG 3350, SCM 3353, and ISQS 3344
- 2.75 cumulative Texas Tech University GPA