Supply Chain Management is one of the most important functions in manufacturing. This major studies how raw materials become end products. You'll study the procurement, manufacturing, marketing, and distribution of industrial and commercial materials. You'll also take part in a 10- to 12-week summer internship. This program will help you develop vision, versatility, leadership, communication skills, and technical competence. Your degree will prepare you to be an entry-level manager able to meet today's requirements for business success.
First-year students need to apply to Business Undeclared for admission consideration to Gies. They then can pursue the Supply Chain Management degree if admitted. Off-campus transfer students cannot directly apply into this program.
99% employed or continuing education
95% employed after graduation
4% attending graduate school
$63,420 average starting annual income
Sample employer destinations: Deloitte, BP, W.W. Grainger View All
Sample grad school destinations: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, University of Texas at Austin, Columbia University View All
3.7 years to degree
96% first-year retention rate
83% four-year graduation rate
93% six-year graduation rate