The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Supply Chain Management program reinforces analytical skills, leadership knowledge, and strategic thinking. This skill set enables students to analyze complex business problems with modern technology to effectively manage supply chains in a wide range of companies and industries. This program provides students with the fundamentals and expertise needed to build and advance their supply chain careers. The program also affords students in-depth and specialized knowledge of emerging cutting-edge topics in supply chain management (e.g., analytics, optimization, entrepreneurship, etc.). Consequently, students graduating from the BBA in Supply Chain Management program have a major competitive advantage in today’s job market.
Students in this program will be able to work in multiple areas that include logistics coordination, production planning, customer and supplier relationship management, business analytics, and procurement and marketing. This will prepare students for careers such as:
- Logistic Manager
- Materials Manager
- Supply Chain Manager
- Transportation and Distribution Manager
- Demand Planner
- Inventory Manager
- Supply Chain Consultant
- Operations Manager
- Purchasing Manager
- Supply Chain Analyst
Flexibility. The 2021 Bureau Of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook Indicates That Jobs Related To Supply Chain Logistics Will Increase By 30 Percent Over The Next Decade.
High Salary. According To The U.S Bureau Of Labor And Statistics, Graduates Enter The Workforce Earning A Median Salary Of $77,000 Per Year.
Growth. Overall Compensation From Supply Chain Professionals Grew 12% From 2021 To 2022. (Association for Supply Chain Management, 2022)
Benefits. Supply Chain Professionals Enjoy A High Level Of Job Flexibility, With Nearly Half Receiving Four Weeks Or More Paid Time Off.(Association for Supply Chain Management, 2022)
Practicality. Two-Thirds Of Supply Chain Professionals Work In A Hybrid Or Permanent Work-From-Home Setting If Desired.(Association for Supply Chain Management, 2022)
Graduates can work in traditional Supply Chain Management jobs, as well as other disciplines such as consulting in manufacturing and logistics companies, purchasing, business analytics, performance evaluation, and strategic management.
This program prepares students for their post-graduation life by equipping them with the most relevant and applicable information and skills. ETSU also has faculty with practical industry experience that can aid students in networking and job searching.
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