BS in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Known nationally for an innovative curriculum and dynamic programs that help arm our graduates with critical thinking skills and real-life interaction with logistics executives, company case studies, and a required paid internship, the BBS in Logistics and Supply Chain Management prepares its students for a rewarding career in logistics as practitioners and academics. Components include customer service, demand forecasting, distribution communications, inventory control, material handling, order processing, parts and service support, plant and warehouse site selection (location analysis), purchasing, packaging, returned goods handling, salvage and scrap disposal, traffic and transportation, and warehousing and storage.

You Learn

BS in Logistics and Supply Chain Management develops the following knowledge and skills:
  • Supply chain management decision-making
  • Problem recognition/solution generation
  • Teamwork
  • Leadership ability
  • Oral and written communication

You Contribute

BS in Logistics and Supply Chain Management prepares you for employment in a large number of different positions and types of firms across the entire supply chain.

LSCM graduates typically obtain jobs in (as):
  • Freight broker
  • Logistics or Operations Analyst
  • Account sales
  • Production and Inventory Planning
  • Fleet or Railroad operations
  • International logistics including Ocean freight and Marine freight management

You Lead

Graduates continue their careers as:
  • Account Executives
  • Director of Logistics
  • Director of Transportation
  • Director of Operations
  • Vice President of Supply Chain Management

Contact an Advisor

Steve Joiner
Departmental Advisor &
Principal Lecturer, Logistics