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Arizona State University

Department of Supply Chain Management - W. P. Carey School of Business
Supply Chain Management majors are prepared for entry level positions such as logistics planner, buyer, supply management analyst or inventory specialist. Career track progression leads to the vice president level in supply chain related area.

Clemson University

The Department of Industrial Engineering is pleased to announce the development of a Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) Degree with a concentration in Supply Chain and Logistics. Specifically, this degree focuses on the engineering and construction of capital projects, combining theory with practice to broaden student understanding of the entire project lifecycle.

University of Texas

IROM Department - McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin
Undergraduate Supply Chain Management. Supply chain management is a total systems approach to delivering manufactured products to the end customer. Information technology is used to coordinate all elements of the supply chain from sourcing parts to coordination of retailers to achieve a level of integration that results in a competitive advantage that is not available in traditional logistics systems.

University of Houston

CT Bauer College of Business Supply Chain Management

Supply Chain Management (SCM) encompasses all the activities needed to provide goods and services in the economy. These include: operations planning, sourcing activities, production of goods and services, demand fulfillment and logistics, and the various customer support and return processes (such as retail returns, recycle and reconditioning). All successful organizations, whether they are for-profit, not-for-profit, governmental or public service rely to a great extent on supply chain management principles.

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