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Supply Chain Operations Management

York College's proximity to major manufacturers makes us a prime location to study supply chain operations — it’s in our backyard.

Similar to the conductor of a symphony orchestra, supply chain managers coordinate the plans and activities of the various supply chain members to deliver a quality product/service at the lowest total cost. In Supply Chain Operations at York College, you learn by doing in our one-of-a-kind program. We take you to factories to see manufacturing and distribution in action. You’ll be taught by professors who have real world experience, and will push for you to get your own hands-on experience, too

You’ll be prepared to manage and improve global supply chains — we’ve had graduates jump in right away and find improvements in a company’s supply chain process. Our graduates are sought after, too, as we have had great success in job placement in the field. Glassdoor naming supply chain managers as one of the top 25 highest-paying in-demand jobs, and the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals’ research shows there is a talent gap waiting to be filled by quality graduates.

The York College Supply Chain Operations Management program prepares students to manage and improve global supply chains through hands-on experience in the workplace.
The York College supply chain club, APICS, visits the local Amazon fulfillment center
Our APICS students at an Amazon fulfillment center, one of many trips we take to see supply chains in action.

Your future in Supply Chain Operations Management

We've had great success in job placement in the field. Our graduates have gone on to work for supply chains with Johnson Controls, WellSpan Health, Ollie’s Bargain Outlet, and York College of Pennsylvania. Glassdoor.com naming supply chain managers as one of the top 25 highest-paying in-demand jobs, and the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals’ research shows there is a talent gap waiting to be filled by quality graduates.
Contact Us
Supply Chains Operations Management
R. Eric Hostler, Decision Sciences Coordinator
Willman Business Center, Room 204
Phone: 717.815.1947
ehostler@ycp.edu
Hours 8:30 a.m.- 5 p.m.

Graham School of Business Office:
717.815.1423