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Supply Chain Operations Management

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

Similar to the conductor of a symphony orchestra, a supply chain manager coordinates various business activities within and between companies to deliver a quality product or service at the lowest total cost to the customer.

In the Supply Chain Management degree program at York College, you learn 'by doing' and our mantra is, "It's insufficient to know; you have to know how." We take you to factories, warehouses, and ports to see manufacturing and distribution first hand. 

You'll be able to develop valuable and lasting relationships with industry professionals from Fortune 500 companies on campus and discuss trends and challenges faced within the supply chain environment. Our classes are taught by faculty who not only have terminal degrees but also industry experience.

This combination is designed to prepare you for success as a well-rounded supply chain professional capable of contributing to your organization's success from day one. In fact, for spring 2019, fall 2019, and spring 2020, 100% of our Supply Chain Operations Management graduates were employed within three months of earning their degree.

The Supply Chain Operations Management program prepares students through hands-on experience in the workplace. Download a transcript of this video.
Supply chain students pose at Port of Philadelphia on field trip.
Supply Chain Operations Management students visited the Port of Philadelphia to gain hands-on experience.

Supply Chain Operations ManagementYour future in

As a graduate of the Supply Chain Operations Management program, you will be highly sought after by regional, national and international companies for your competency in business and your technology skills to manage and improve their global supply chains. Our graduates have gone on to work for companies such as:
  • Textron Systems, Johnson Controls, Tesla
  • Lockheed Martin, WellSpan Health, TE Connectivity
  • Coca Cola, Ollie’s Bargain Outlet, Frito Lay
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Megan Jones '16
Textron Systems
Nick Hopwood '18
Nick Hopwood
TE Connectivity

The Supply Chain Operations Management, B.S. program is accredited by ACBSP.

Contact Us
Graham School of Business
Mohammed Raja PhD, CPIM, CSCP
Chair, Operations and Information Technology Department
Willman Business Center, Room 212
Phone: 717.815.1585