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Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Supply Chain Management Major
Supply chain management is the oversight of the flow of goods and services—a simple definition for a complex system. Supply chain management involves planning and the execution of processes that enable the flow of goods and services, inventory management, logistics, storage, transportation and risk management—all of which enable business success.
With a Harbert College of Business BSBA with a major in Supply Chain Management, you will be primed to excel in the SCM field through our robust logistics and operations management training. In addition, internships, case competitions, and analytical projects will deepen your proficiency in:
Join the more than 150 students who graduate from the SCM program each year with an average starting salary of $58,929.
You’ll be connected to local and global career opportunities, from startups to Fortune 500 companies.
As a graduation requirement, you’ll engage with our network of 300+ employers to participate in an internship, co-op, or study abroad program.
View the required courses for an SCM major and begin building your plan of study now.View Curriculum
Find out how much it costs to earn your degree and how financial assistance can help.View Tuition
The Harbert College of Business offers you the opportunity to boost your résumé and career prospects through SCM internships. As a graduation requirement, you’ll engage with our network of 300+ employers to participate in an internship, co-op, or study abroad program.Learn About SCM Internships
Exciting things are happening in the Department of Supply Chain Management. Stay abreast of our news, job posts, stories, and events by following the Supply Chain Management Blog!
Auburn Supply Chain Management Association (ASCMA) is a student-run organization dedicated to furthering student knowledge of supply chain management and enhancing the career development of our members. ASCMA activities include guest lecturers from industry representatives, factory tours, competitions, and socials.Learn more about ASCMA
Find your student professional organization at the Harbert College of Business. These honor societies, associations, and clubs enhance your educational experience and provide lifelong benefits in your chosen field.Explore Student Organizations
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