Study how to bring together concepts from finance, economics, and logistics in the transportation and distribution industry.
What You’ll Study
As a Supply Chain Management major, you will learn the skills to lead in a modern global economy. Students will be prepared to help organizations find efficiencies, direct the flow of goods from supplier to consumer, manage inventory and more. Plus, you can gain advanced knowledge and skills by taking our MBA program and be ready to enter the workforce with a higher level of education and confidence.
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Supply Chain Management Program Overview
In our Supply Chain Management Major, students will combine core business courses with discipline-specific coursework in logistics and supply chain management. Students will explore the business aspects of transportation, distribution and warehousing operations within multiple corporations. Topics on management, human resources, global logistics and transportation management will be covered in this program.
Here are some highlighted courses included in the Supply Chain Management Major:
BUS 206 – Principles of Management
A survey of the primary functions of management including planning organizing, leading and controlling. Emphasis on the importance of management as it relates to the various functional areas of both manufacturing and service businesses.
ENG 304 – Business Communication
Development of critical writing used in business, science, technology and government. The course will emphasize library research in professionally-related fields, assigned essays and reports, letters and memoranda oral communications, case analyses and job search strategies.
MKT 205 – Principles of Marketing
Introduces marketing as a vital business activity in the American economy. Describes the marketing environment, marketing analysis and strategy and the marketing program.
MKT 318 – Consumer Behavior
Psychological, sociological, economic and other dimensions of consumers and their environments.
MKT 320 – Services Marketing
This course allows students to evaluate marketing in service industries and/or organizations with a strong service component. Students will be able to expand on ideas from their marketing courses to make the concepts specifically applicable to service industry settings.
MKT 321 – Internet Marketing
This course introduces a framework for learning and implementing effective Internet marketing programs. Four stages of customer website awareness will be reviewed and applied: awareness, exploration, expansion, commitment and dissolution when necessary.
What are the courses like in Supply Chain Management Major at NCWU?
Check out our latest university catalog for learning goals, course descriptions and suggested plans of study for NC Wesleyan University’s Supply Chain Management Program.
How does this degree prepare students for a career?
Earning a Supply Chain Management degree helps lay a broad foundation of skills and competencies for a variety of careers in this field. The diverse training you’ll receive can open the door to several supply chain positions.
Job outlook for Supply Chain Management careers
Employment of logisticians is projected to grow 28 percent from 2021 to 2031, much faster than the average for all occupations. About 24,800 openings for logisticians are projected each year, on average, over the decade. Many of those openings are expected to result from the need to replace workers who transfer to different occupations or exit the labor force, such as to retire. (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics)
- Inventory control
- Manufacturing supervision
- Materials management
- Procurement and purchasing
- Product and service development
- Quality control
- Strategic sourcing
- Transportation and shipping
- Warehousing and storage
Wondering what you can do with a degree with this major? Check out these resources from NCWU Career Development & Leadership and the Occupational Information Network (O*NET).
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Transfer Articulation Agreements
To simplify the transfer process, NC Wesleyan University has a number of partnerships with other community colleges, universities and institutions that allow students to enroll at NCWU with simple pathways. These agreements outline the courses you should take to prepare for transferring to NCWU. Review the full list of transfer articulation agreements to see if your institution is listed.