Supply Chain Management Major
The Supply Chain Management program teaches students how to improve productivity, efficiency, and effectiveness through the innovative operational and supply chain processes. WCU graduates with a degree in SCM can find employment in a wide range of career paths in the SCM fields such as project manager, demand planner, production planner, distribution or operations manager, purchaser, customer relationship specialist, supply chain analyst, or process improvement coach.
Supply Chain Management Major- Healthcare Concentration
Healthcare supply chain management is complex and requires a wide range of knowledge and skillsets to manage regulatory agencies such as the FDA, not to mention the general understanding in regards to purchasing, producing products, managing inventory, distributing, etc. By earning a degree in this concentration, students will be better prepared to enter into this highly competitive healthcare SCM industry.
Supply Chain Minor
The Supply Chain Management Minor develops professional talent, knowledge, and skills in procurement, logistics, operations, and supply chain management. While integrating theoretical knowledge with practical experience through manufacturing plant tours, case competitions, and SAP training. Below is a PDF of the requirements for the Supply Chain Minor. If you have any questions or concerns please reach out to the Supply Chain Center or any of the contacts listed on the document.