SVSU's Supply Chain Management program offers a strong foundation in general business. From there, students start to specialize in business communication, software and math. They then round out their degree with advanced courses in global distribution, master planning, as well as mapping supply chain solutions with information systems. Life as a Supply Chain Management major includes a comprehensive education that trains students to face any problem and enter any industry with sharp management skills and strong business savvy.
SVSU's Supply Chain Management program challenges students to streamline the flow of goods and services to businesses in such a way that maximizes their marketplace—giving them a competitive edge. By connecting business to practice, students develop the critical skills for solving modern digital enterprise conundrums that afflict most standard operations at local, state, national and global levels. Furthermore, as members of SAP's University Alliance Program, the Supply Chain Management major offers students rigorous academic training in the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software—the digital information system required to oversee materials, information and finances when navigating production between suppliers, manufacturers, retailers and consumers. Using the SAP software, analytical applications and collegiate education, students solve real-world problems through their hands-on experience of managing and operating a fictitious company. All in all, these cardinals that have a passion for systems, emerging business trends and rapid prototyping don't just learn to tighten a company's efficiency—they set new standards.
The new Scott L. Carmona College of Business offers state-of-the-art laboratories like the Bloomberg trading room, consumer behavior labs and other team project environments.
More than 90% of the faculty of the College of Business belong to a professional or service organization, providing diverse networking opportunities for students.
Management students are offered internships with major organizations like Quicken Loans, Nexteer, Aramark, Duro-Last, DOW and more!
Less than 5% of business colleges globally are accredited by the AACSB-International—SVSU's Scott L. Carmona College of Business is one of them.
Our Students After Graduation...
Kuehne + Nagel
The Dow Chemical Company
CPI Fluid Engineering
Supply Chain Manager
- 5% projected growth for the employment of logisticians who coordinate an organization's supply chain. (U.S. Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics)
- $74,600 is the median yearly pay for a logistician in the U.S.A. (U.S. Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics)
- With a bachelor’s degree from SVSU’s Supply Chain Management program, students are prepared for a multitude of careers in manufacturing, logistics, retail or even healthcare.