Bachelor’s in SCM at UT Dallas
You will acquire the knowledge and skills to become successful in one of Americas ‘s hottest job markets.
Be the Strongest Link
Many consider Bachelor’s in Supply Chain Management graduates the industry’s great problem-solvers.
As a Supply Chain Management graduate, you will have two advantages, your analytical skills and your knowledge about business operations. So, you will be able to find solutions to complex business problems.
You will learn to use a variety of problem-solving techniques and gain experience in diverse areas of expertise. Some of those areas are:
- global logistics and inventory management,
- purchasing and contract management,
- integrated supply chain management,
- Lean and Six Sigma processes,
- project management,
- supply chain management information systems
- and spreadsheet modeling.
Why Supply Chain Management at UT Dallas
Become a Solution Architect
As a Supply Chain Management professional, you will have strong problem-solving and math skills. Use your expertise analysis and statistics to understand supply and demand issues.
Top Undergraduate Supply Chain Management Program
The Bachelor’s in Supply Chain Management is the only North Texas University to rank in the top 25 programs as outlined by the 2020 U.S. Gartner review.
Build a Foundation for Growth
You will receive an education based on the core principles of supply chain management:
- purchasing and procurement,
- production and operations,
- and distribution and logistics.
Own Your Experience
Internships in supply chain management, as well as 100 hours of community service, are required for graduation.
Internships and community service prepare you to be a socially responsible professional who is aware of industry needs and trends. The time you invest in your community and as an intern help you identify your talents within your field of study. You will learn the professional and soft skills — with an intense industry focus — from our program and companies know it.Learn more about internships and service
Added Value: Your STEM Degree
Supply Chain Management is a bachelor’s program in business that is STEM-designated.
STEMSTEM — science, technology, engineering and math — programs provide you with better job prospects and prepare you to pursue any postgraduate degree.
In 2001, the National Science Foundation introduced STEM — an acronym for science, technology, engineering and math. The designation makes our graduates more attractive to employers. This is because they know STEM programs teach analytical skills essential for business success.Get to know the BS in SCM curriculum
How STEM Can Help You Stand Apart from the Crowd
The STEM label increases the opportunities for scholarships. If you pursue STEM concentrations in high school you can continue that path in the BS in SCM program.
Lead in Industry Trends
A STEM profile of a supply chain management professional is very attractive as automation becomes the industry trend. The distinction denotes a highly qualified individual ready to lead the industry into these changes.
Choose to Work in Any Industry
Supply chain management is present across industries. Employers are happy to welcome our trained and professional graduates.
As more and more companies see the need for experts in the field, the demand for supply chain professionals is growing. Our knowledgeable, qualified practitioners have amazing skills to help you find a path to follow. Essentially, any industry welcomes supply chain expertise. The multiple choices give you so many opportunities to find your true passion.Learn about your supply chain career options and the jobs you can land
I chose to specialize in supply chain management. I thought it was best for me because not only does every company have a supply chain, you also have the real opportunity to make a difference for your customers, your company and, if you do it right, you can even help the planet too!
Learn Beyond the Classroom
Take advantage of enrichment opportunities beyond the classroom to help you succeed.
In the Bachelor’s in Supply Chain Management program, we offer:
- company site visits,
- industry guest speakers,
- real business projects embedded in coursework,
- faculty mentoring,
- professional student organizations events with industry guests,
- résumé-building sessions,
- access to the Statistics and Math Lab,
- and opportunities to work with outstanding faculty.
Class Profile – BS in Supply Chain Management, Spring 2020
Pursuing Double Majors
Students Enrolled in Fast-Track Program
Students’ Cultural Background
5% African American
15% Other/More than one ethnicity
Vehicle Logistics Intern, Toyota, Georgetown, Kentucky
Supply Chain Consultants, Capgemini
The Toyota Day event the Jindal School Career Management Center held back in November 2017 was well-organized and even led me to get an internship for the summer of 2018. The supply chain management program hosts a variety of events and does everything in its power to ensure that students are successful. I couldn’t have experienced the same success if it weren’t for the resources given to me by the UT Dallas supply chain management program.
Ready to start your undergraduate application?
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