B.S. in Business Administration & Data Analysis – Supply Chain Management
Residential Supply Chain Management Program
Gain knowledge of domestic and global supply logistics and sharpen your management skills through Liberty University’s residential Bachelor of Science in Business Administration & Data Analysis – Supply Chain Management program. In today’s world, supply chain management is more and more recognized as a key source of competitive advantage and differentiation.
What is Supply Chain Management?
Supply Chain Management is the planning and processes that are required to optimize the flow of materials, information, and financial capital in a business. This then extends to demand planning, sourcing, production, inventory, and transportation.
With the B.S. in Business Administration & Data Analysis: Supply Chain Management, you’ll study under professors who are grounded in their faith and learn from their extensive real-world experience as you prepare to enter the supply chain management industry.
The supply chain cognate offers cutting-edge supply chain management skills including six sigma, supply chain mapping, supply chain digitization, and data analytics. It also includes studies in the emerging field of interplanetary supply chain networks.
Academics: Supply Chain Management Cognate
120 Credit Hours
Program of Study
View Liberty’s undergraduate admissions requirements
Featured Supply Chain Management Courses
- Supply Chain Management (BUSI 371)
- Conflict Resolution and Negotiation (BUSI 455)
- Supply Chain Technology and analytics (BUSI 471)
- Advanced Supply Chain Application and Policy (BUSI 473)
Career Opportunities in Supply Chain Management
- Distribution Center Associate/Supervisor
- Inventory Specialist/Supervisor
- Logistics Coordinator
- Operations Director/Manager
- Production Planner
- Supply Chain Analyst
- Supply Chain Consultant