Learn to Ethically Manage Logistics and Supply Chain Operations
Transfer up to 96 credits
Asynchronous online courses
Small class sizes
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Use Your Supply Chain Management Degree to Reduce Costs and Optimize Efficiency
Your online bachelor’s degree in supply chain management will allow you to maximize resources along the whole supply chain, from the point of origin to the point of consumption. At Spring Hill College, the BS in Supply Chain Management online degree program includes leadership experience, networking opportunities and practice using the latest industry tools and techniques so that you’ll be a standout candidate in your ideal career path.
Because leadership positions in logistics and supply chain management require a bachelor’s degree, our online program can prepare to advance in your career while you gain skills that you can immediately apply to your current position.
Logistics and Supply Chain Management Careers
Due to the growth of globalization and online commerce, demand is rising for qualified supply chain leaders. Your online supply chain management degree is the first step toward several positions, such as a:
- Director of procurement
- Distribution manager
- Logistics analyst or manager
- Production manager
- Transportation manager
Management occupations are projected to grow faster than other occupations at 5% through 2029, which will add over 505,000 new jobs.1Explore Careers
Supply Chain Management Major: Curriculum
10 major-related courses
120 total credits
In coursework for Spring Hill College’s online bachelor’s degree in supply chain management, you’ll study contemporary approaches to logistics and supply chain management. Apply your skills with an optional, hands-on internship that you can complete from wherever you need to be.
Supply Chain Management Major Courses Include:
- Principles of Logistics and Supply Chain Management
- Enterprise Resource Planning
- Operations and Supply Chain Management
Bachelor of Science in Supply Chain Management Admission Details
Up to 96 transfer credits accepted
No application fee
To apply for the online supply chain management degree at Spring Hill College, fill out the free application. With rolling admissions, you can start in the fall, spring or summer. Here’s what you’ll need:
|A completed online application|
|GPA of at least 2.5|
We’ve made applying easy by eliminating application fees and using a simple online process. Start today!View the Application Process
Making Your Online Degree Program Affordable
$411 per credit
Military benefits available
At Spring Hill College, we believe that your education should be affordable and accessible, so we’ll work with you to make it happen through financial aid, scholarships, loans, military benefits and other programs.Learn More
What You’ll Learn
The supply chain management degree’s online courses cover the essential foundations of business, supply chain management and logistics. This degree program relates classroom theory and concepts with practical job experience. You’ll develop skills that future employers want. Our business partners consistently report that Spring Hill graduates are well-rounded and have the critical thinking skills to solve problems in their workplaces.
- Understand how supply chain management impacts all areas of a business.
- Demonstrate an ability to evaluate proper logistic and network design parameters for motor, air, water and rail transport modes.
- Recognize how outsourcing warehousing can impact a firm’s performance.
- Practice inquiry, analysis, critical thinking and reading within the purview of business ethics.
- Apply advanced business principles in the functional areas of supply chain management.
Dr. Sam Khoury, Phd
Chair and Graduate Program Director
Division of Business
Sam Khoury is currently the Chair and Graduate Program Director in the Business Division at Spring Hill College. He earned the AAS in Logistics Management from the Community College of the Air Force, the BAS in Business Administration from the University of Olive College, the MSA in General Administration from Central Michigan University, and the Ph.D. Organization and Management with a CIS concentration from Capella University. He served 12 years in the Air Force, has over 36 years of experience in information technology and logistics/SCM, and is the former founder and president of SAMIR Systems, Inc., a privately held computer consulting firm. He has published extensively in the areas of logistics, CIS, organizational development, quality, management, and automation of processes. He has also managed the development and implementation of numerous software systems.
Dedicated, Expert Faculty
Spring Hill College’s experienced faculty take a student-first approach to their instruction. You’ll learn from professors who are steeped in industry expertise, are dedicated to the success of each student and provide both constructive feedback and engaging coursework.
Learn in a Flexible Online Environment
As you work through the online Bachelor of Science in Supply Chain Management, you’ll receive individualized support from both faculty and staff. You can expect:
- An asynchronous format. Listen to lectures, read texts and complete coursework on your time.
- Full-time and part-time program options.
- An experienced and dedicated faculty.
- A collaborative and diverse learning experience.
Answers To Common Questions
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Yes, the online Bachelor of Science in Supply Chain Management accepts up to 96 credit hours of prior college credits with program director approval. You might also receive credit for past military or work experience.
There are six start dates throughout the year. Two in the spring, two in the summer and two in the fall.
Our career-relevant curriculum, industry partnerships, real world projects and expert faculty will ensure that you receive a lifelong benefit from your supply chain management major. You’ll be able to join a fast-growing field of leaders and business professionals.