B.S. in Supply Chain and Logistics

B.S. in Supply Chain and Logistics

Bachelor of Science in Supply Chain and Logistics

The Bachelor of Science in Supply Chain and Logistics is an interdisciplinary program that incorporates components of accounting, management, management information systems, and marketing in order to prepare students for this rapidly expanding field by training them to understand the system, costs, and tools used to manage domestic and international supply chains.  The primary focus of the program is on areas of global supply chain management, transportation, logistics, warehouse operations, demand planning and forecasting, inventory management, and manufacturing and procurement processes.

Annual Student Data
Fall 2017 Majors: 33
2016-2017 Graduates: 12

For more information about the degree refer to the Supply Chain & Logistics program requirements.

Certificate Programs

In addition to the Bachelor of Science degree, the Rohrer College of Business offers a certificate program tailored towards supply chain and logistics students.  The Certificate of Undergraduate Studies: Global Business will provide students with a broader understanding of the impact of a global economic environment on business functions.  Students will have a thorough understanding of the interdependencies between the functional/skill area of business when working in a global market.

Student Organizations

The American Production and Inventory Control Society, or APICS, is the premier professional association for supply chain management. We specialize in giving you access to guest speakers within the industry, networking events, education and training, industry publications and research, and certifications through our cosponsor APICS Princeton. Students interested in the APICS chapter at Rowan University can contact President: Alex Le or Advisor: Dave Nate.

Internships

Through the Rohrer College of Business Internship Program, students have the opportunity to intern for numerous organizations for credit. For more information refer to the Supply Chain and Logistics Internship program page. Below are just a few of the organizations that offer internships to our Supply Chain & Logistical Systems students:

  • A. Duie Pyle
  • BDP International
  • Ceva Logistics
  • Defense Logistics Agency
  • Dole Fresh Fruit Company
  • Excelon
  • Jefferson University Hospital
  • Lockheed Martin
  • NFI

Career Opportunities and Outlook

Supply chain & logistical systems majors work in various and diverse industries including manufacturing, government, and the private sector. The degree will enable opportunities as procurement specialist, inventory managers, operations supervisors, transportation directors, and shipping and receiving supervisors.

Looking for Career Opportunities? Register on Profs Jobs or check out some of the resources below to learn more about a future in supply chain and logistics.

These are just a few of the organizations that have hired our alumni:

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