Do you find topics like inventory management and logistics fascinating? Are you looking for an affordable supply chain management program in Pennsylvania? If so, Wilson College has the degree you need to pursue a career in this engaging and vitally important field. With its interdisciplinary focus, this program will equip you with the knowledge and skills to efficiently move products all around the globe. You'll: Discover how various business concepts play a role in this industry. Learn how to apply critical thinking skills to real-world management situations. Majoring in supply chain management will ready you to take on an entry-level position and advance in this field. Highlights Supply chain management involves a foundation in both general business operations and management principles, which is why we designed our program to be comprehensive. Interdisciplinary: Learn how everything from accounting to human resource management impacts successful supply chain management. Collaborative: Enhance your program by gaining unique perspectives from other students in collaborative classrooms. Accessible professors: Get the help you need when you need it most with accessible professors available through email, Panopto recordings, and group and one-on-one Canvas discussions. Focused: Experience a well-rounded education in focused classes with ample room for questions and student discussion. Practical: Gain a practical approach to the subject by working with real-world supply chain management problems. Customizable: Create an individualized program with your choice of electives. Why Study Supply Chain Management? Our Supply Chain Management degree program will help you get started on an exciting career path. This path of study consists of courses by Wilson College and the Lower Cost Models for Independent Colleges (LCMC) Consortium, a collective of higher education institutions with the common goal of providing top-quality, lower-cost education to students across the United States. You'll learn to: Use various methodologies to make sourcing decisions. Meet demand by forecasting inventory needs and building a logistics plan. Assess both the costs and logistics for a physical goods supply chain. Business courses: Accounting/Finance Business Communication Business Law Business Management/Leadership Marketing Micro/Macro Economics Capstone Project/Internship Cognate courses: Math (Pre-calculus or higher) Statistics Supply Chain Management core courses: SCM I – Forecasting and Logistics SCM II – Sourcing and Operations SCM III – Capstone Project Suggested electives: Organizational Behavior Leadership and Motivation Globalization Human Resource Management Accounting Career Paths A supply chain management program prepares students for a role in a growing field. Whether you are interested in joining the industry or taking a budding career further, studying at Wilson College is the perfect next step. No matter what kind of supply chain and logistics role interests you, our experienced faculty will help you succeed. Some of the many available careers and opportunities include: Supply chain planner Procurement specialist Transport administrator Production warehouse manager Strategic sourcing manager Logistics resource planner Operations manager Ready to Take the Next Step? With our supply chain management program, you'll be ready to work toward a leadership role. At Wilson College, we are committed to making learning about management, logistics, transportation, and distribution accessible and affordable. One of the ways we accomplish that is by offering financial aid and scholarships to 98% of our students. Interested in learning more? Reach out today for more information on our program or to schedule a campus tour. Supply Chain Management Course Requirements for Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Management Faculty This major is part of Wilson’s Accelerated Master’s program. To learn how you can complete a bachelor’s plus master’s degree in five years (three for transfer students), click here.