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Bachelor of Science in Supply Chain Management and Logistics

Discover the intricate world of goods, services, and information management.

Master the lifecycle of products and services

Discover the intricate world of goods, services, and information management with Columbia College's Bachelor of Science in Supply Chain Management. Our program equips you with a comprehensive understanding of the principles and practices that foster thriving supply chains.
From product inception to final consumption, you'll gain the knowledge to evaluate supply chain operations, identify growth opportunities, and implement strategic solutions. The curriculum covers core areas like procurement, inventory management, logistics and strategic sourcing.

This program empowers you with the communication skills needed to engage with supply chain stakeholders, such as customers, suppliers and logistics providers. With a focus on data analysis and interpretation, you will be able to make sound decisions that drive the efficiency and profitability of supply chains.

Build a dynamic career in supply chain management

In an interconnected world reliant on global supply chains, skilled professionals in supply chain management are in high demand. Careers in logistics, transportation, purchasing, inventory management and more are vital to maintaining efficient and effective supply chain operations, providing dynamic roles in a fast-paced industry.

Our BS in Supply Chain Management offers unique internship opportunities to give you real-world experience, increasing your employability. Additionally, we offer stackable certificates in three main areas for those looking to specialize further.

Make your mark on the industry with Columbia College's BS in Supply Chain Management. It's more than a degree—it's a launchpad to a fulfilling career.

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Dr. Ken Akers

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  • Core requirements 37 credit hours
  • Total degree requirements 120 credit hours

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