Careers in Supply Chain Management
Average Career Salary
Anticipated demand over next 10 years
Demand for Supply Chain majors is expected to grow by 13 percent over the next ten years.
Recent employers of our SCM graduates include:
Nestle See more...
Typical job description
- Purchasing — getting raw materials at a good price, just in time
- Operations — overseeing production
- Distribution — warehousing and getting products to market
Typical starting occupations
- Distribution Manager
- Industrial Production Manager
- Purchasing Manager
- Operations Manager
- Transportation & Warehousing Manager
- Wholesale & Retail Buyer
- Purchasing Agent
Develop the critical skills necessary to keep businesses moving
Some 60-80 percent of all jobs fall somewhere in the supply chain continuum. That means you’ll enjoy broad job options throughout your career.
Our Supply Chain Management major attracts linear thinkers, energetic managers, broad-minded leaders, integration gurus and multi-taskers.
What You’ll Love About the Supply Chain Management Major: