Supply Chain Management
The Supply Chain Management concentration provides students with competencies related to the production, purchasing, warehousing, distribution, and forecasting of an organization's products. The goals are their optimization to lower expenses, enhance profitability, and improve customer satisfaction and safety. Graduates will also acquire skills in managing logistics, complying with regulation, technology, strategy, and human resources.
Supply chain managers continue to be in demand in the job market. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, jobs are projected to grow about 6% during 2018-2028. The median wage for supply chain managers was $107,480 in 2018.