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Supply Chain Management

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What is Supply Chain Management?

Supply Chain Management is one of the most important functions in manufacturing. This major studies how raw materials become end products. Students will study the procurement, manufacturing, marketing, and distribution of both industrial and commercial materials. Students in this program will gain vision, versality, and technical competence. A degree in Supply Chain Management will prepare you to be an entry-level manager able to meet today's requirements for business success. Note that you can’t apply to this major until your sophomore year.

Career Options

  • Consulting
  • Logistics
  • Procurement
  • Supply chain analysis

Post-Graduation Success1

98% employed or continuing education

96% employed after graduation

2% attending graduate school

$62,381 average starting annual income

Sample employer destinations: Deloitte, BP, W.W. Grainger

Sample grad school destinations: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, University of Texas at Austin

Academic Profile Middle 50% 2

28 - 33 ACT Score

1310 - 1460 SAT Score

3.46 - 3.85 High School GPA

Annual Program Costs

Illinois Resident

  • Tuition: $17,040
  • Fees: $4,174
  • Expenses3: $15,180
  • Total: $36,394

Non-Resident

  • Tuition: $34,182
  • Fees: $4,174
  • Expenses3: $15,520
  • Total: $53,876

International

  • Tuition: $37,190
  • Fees: $4,174
  • Expenses3: $15,520
  • Total: $56,884
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