The MS in Supply Chain Management provides students the skills and hands-on project management techniques necessary to design and manage an effective supply chain. As a global economy offers more opportunities for goods and services to move across continents on a daily basis, it also increases the challenges of managing the forecasting and flow of products, information, and capital. As each of these factors can impact an organization’s profitability and overall customer satisfaction, professional training in supply chain management becomes an essential part of a company’s leadership team.
Average National Starting Salary reported by the NACE Salary Survey: $81,590
Sample Job Titles
- Supply Chain Technical Analyst
- Commodity Manager
- Director of Purchasing
- Director of Supply Chain Operations
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A Sample of Professional Associations and Clubs:
- APICS: American Production and Inventory Control Society
- Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals
A Sample of Popular Industries for Supply Chain Management:
- Transportation/Carrier Management
- Third Party Logistics
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