Supply Chain Operations Management Major

The Supply Chain Operations Management major prepares business professionals for managing and improving global supply chains. Supply chains consist of the various suppliers, vendors, transportation companies, manufacturing and/or service centers, distribution centers and retailer/service outlets that create and deliver the product or service to the consumer. 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.

Careers in Supply Chain Operations Management

According to the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals, there is plenty of good news regarding employment in the fascinating and diverse field of supply chain management. It's a huge field with tremendous impact on the success of organizations, domestically and globally. An attractive job market exists.

Potential employers include:

  • Manufacturers
  • Retailers
  • Consulting Firms
  • Transportation Service Providers

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