Become an Industry Leader with a Supply Chain Management Degree
Advance in one of several positions
Gain real world experience
Pursue a graduate program, if desired
The objective of Spring Hill College’s Bachelor of Science in Supply Chain Management is to equip you with the management skills you need to be able to manage the flow of goods and services within many industries.
- Take advantage of growing opportunities. Employment in management occupations is projected to grow 5% through 2029, which is faster than the average for all occupations.1
- Boost your salary potential. The median annual salary for management occupations was the highest of all major occupation groups at $109,760 in 2020.1
- Gain a necessary credential. A bachelor’s degree is required for nearly every management occupation.1
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Begin a Sustainable Supply Chain Management Career
Logistician $76,270 per year2
Industrial Production Manager $108,790 per year3
Purchasing Manager $72,270 per year4
Operations Research Analyst $86,200 per year5
Stand Out in an Expanding Field
You will be seen as a highly qualified, stand-out professional with an online supply chain management degree from Spring Hill College. Employers consistently report that our graduates are well-rounded critical thinkers who make a difference in their workplaces.
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.
- Over 505,000 new jobs in management occupations will become available through 2029, driven mostly by the need for managers in new and expanding organizations.1
- The employment of operations research analysts is expected to grow much faster than average at 25% through 2029, which will add 26,100 new jobs.5
- Industries projected to add the most jobs for production managers include motor vehicle parts manufacturing, machine shops and pharmaceutical/medicine manufacturing. Those who have their bachelor’s degree will have the best prospects.3
Program Outcomes and Skills Acquired
What You’ll Learn
- 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.
Skills You’ll Gain
- Supply and demand analysis
- Applied math to solve challenges
- Ethical leadership, management and decision-making
- Marketing and promotions
- Financial management and communication