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The field of supply chain management involves the acquisition of components and finished goods from original sources, production scheduling and manufacturing, and logistics functions necessary to flow components inbound to manufacturing and finished goods outbound to wholesalers, retailers, and/or directly to end users. Specific functions relate to purchasing, forecasting, production scheduling, manufacturing operations, inventory control, customer service, warehousing, and transportation. Students with this major are employed by manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers, third-party service providers, and transportation carriers.
The following program is available:
Bachelor of Business Administration in Supply Chain Management