If you carry a passion for systems, emerging business trends, rapid prototyping and problem solving, supply chain management is a high energy and creative outlet for your skills. At SVSU, we graduate hard-working, well connected and enthusiastic business leaders who believe in teamwork, perseverance and continual improvement. As members of the SAP's University Alliance Program, SVSU's supply chain management major offers students rigorous academic training in this ERP, the digital information system required to oversee materials, information and finances when navigating production between suppliers and manufacturers as well as retailers and consumers. Our faculty dedicate themselves to helping students better connect concepts to practice. You are the next generation of leaders and entrepreneurs, and we prepare you for that responsibility.
Before she graduates in May 2018, Sarah Addy will be prepared for her career in supply chain management. The university's small class sizes and personable culture allowed her to work closely with faculty and laid the groundwork for her understanding of the industry.
Supply Chain Management at SVSU begins with a core set of credits in general business. From there, you start to specialize in business communication, software and math, rounding out your degree with advanced courses in global distribution, master planning as well as mapping supply chain solutions with information systems. The comprehensive education you receive will train you to face any problem and enter any industry with sharp management skills and knowledge.
Internships, facility tours, APICS case competitions and networking events with regional professionals - at SVSU, your education extends far beyond the classroom. Students who choose a supply chain management major gain access to business fraternities, honor societies and professional associations that start connecting you to potential employers and contacts before you graduate.
With special programs such as the Cardinal Business Edge and the Vitito Global Leadership Institute for students interested in the world of business, you'll receive opportunities at SVSU you can't find anywhere else.
As a supply chain graduate, you bring a highly marketable set of skills to a number of different sectors. Help manage operations in manufacturing, logistics, retail or even healthcare. SVSU's overall job placement rate is 95 percent for its graduates (according to a survey of recent graduates).