Operations and Supply Chain Management

Overview

The Bachelor's of Business Administration degree in Operations and Supply Chain Management, part of the Information Systems and Operations Management department, prepares students for careers that deal with networks of interconnected businesses involved with the distribution of products and services requested from the end customers of a supply chain. It spans the movement and storage of raw materials, work-in-process inventory, and finished goods from point of production to point of consumption. View a list of scholarships in this department.

Degree Sheets

To see the classes that make up the Operations and Supply Chain curriculum check out the degree sheet!

Four Year Plan

The Operations and Supply Chain Four Year Plan will give you an idea of what your coursework might look like over four years.

Career Opportunities

Not sure what to do with a degree in Operations and Supply Chain Management? Check out our career guide!

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Change Your Major

Either complete a “Request to Change Major/Minor Form” OR meet with your advisor and he/she will change your major.