BBA Supply Chain Management Career Information


A Bachelor of Business Administration in Supply Chain Management (SCM) will prepare you to plan and control all activities along the supply chain — a network of companies that produce, move, store, and transform materials into finished products and services for eventual consumption by the end-user. Globalization and the rise of world-class competitors have increasingly forced companies to improve the performance of their supply chain operations in order to remain competitive. As a result, demand by major corporations for students with specific supply chain management knowledge and skills has increased over the last decade. Graduates in SCM work in diverse areas, such as strategic sourcing and supply management, project management, production planning and scheduling, and inventory and materials management.

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Tracks and Certifications 

Business Analytics 

Strategic Sourcing

Energy Supply Management 

Skills and Interests 

  • Leadership
  • Analytical skills
  • Critical thinking
  • Verbal and written communication
  • Strategic thinking
  • Global perspective
  • Team building

Student Organizations 

Sourcing and Procurement Organization (SPO)

Supply Chain Student Association (SCSA) 

Helpful Links and Resources for Supply Chain Management Majors


Institute for Supply Management (ISM)

American Purchasing Society 

Sample Employment Areas

Warehouse Manager Sourcing Specialist
Logistics Clerk Transport Manager
Purchasing Officer/Agent Inventory and Supply Manager
Retail Buyer Operations Manager
Facilities Planner Distribution Manager
Contract Negotiator Supplier Relations Specialist
Import/Export Goods Manager

Sample of Companies Recruiting Bauer Supply Chain Management Graduates 

Air Liquide


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BP Corporation




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