Supply Chain ManagementAvailable Online
Bachelor’s Degree. 100% Online.
Explore Your Program
View courses for UIU’s Supply Chain Management bachelor’s degree.
The Supply Chain Management field is expected to continue to add jobs to the economy. Pay for the industry can begin at approximately $44,000 with a median of $74,000.
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Supply Chain Management Requirements: 18 Credits
- ACCT 422 Cost Accounting
- BA 423 Production/Operations Management
- SCM 201 Principles of Supply Chain Management
- SCM 310 Procurement Management
- SCM 330 Transportation Management
- SCM 331 Logistics Management
Supply Chain Management Electives (Choose 1): 3 Credits
- SCM 320 Global Supply Chain Management
- SCM 420 Supplier Relationship Management
- IS 400 Project Mgmt & Integration
- IS 348 Business Process Mgmt
- IT 410 Information Assurance and Security
- IT 420 System Security and Risks
Business Core: 39 credits
- ECON 160 Principles of Microeconomics
- ECON 161 Principles of Macroeconomics
- ACCT 201 Accounting Principles I
- ACCT 202 Accounting Principles II
- MKT 208 Marketing Principles
- BA 210 Management Principles
- BA 222 Management Information Systems
- BA 256 Quantitative Analysis for Business I OR MATH 220 Elementary Statistics
- BA 302 Business Law and Ethics
- FIN 341 Corporate Financial Management
- BA 356 Quantitative Analysis for Business II
- BA 374 Business Communication
- BA 460 Strategic Management
Supply Chain Management : 100% Online
UIU’s Supply Chain Management bachelor’s degree is offered 100% online, and with UIU’s expertise in online teaching and learning, you can be confident you’ll receive the same high-quality education you would get from a UIU classroom.
- 8-week classes and an accelerated, 6-week summer session offer you year-round access to the courses you need.
- Take 2 courses at a time.
- Dedicated advisor to help with your academic plan and advise you on financial aid.
Careers in Supply Chain Management
The Supply Chain Management field is expected to continue to add jobs to the economy, including:
- Supply Management Planner
- Logistics Specialist
- Inventory Specialist
- Order Fulfillment Specialist
- Transaction Analyst
- Cost Management Specialist
- Purchasing Specialist
- Supply Chain Contracts Manager
- Warehouse Manager
- Commodity Manager
- And many more
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Supply Chain Management Faculty
William King, MBA
Lecturer of Business (2010)
I’m excited about the launch of the Supply Chain Management major at UIU. I think it’s timely as employees with bachelor’s degrees are in-demand in the field, and the industry continues to grow. I’m also excited we’ve made the program available online – it gives students a lot of flexibility, plus many of the jobs in the field are often remote or hybrid – so it makes a lot of sense.
When you’re ready to apply for your bachelor’s degree in Supply Chain Management, we’re ready to help you every step of the way.
Go Further with an MBA
Earned your undergraduate degree in Supply Chain Management? Consider UIU’s MBA program to advance your career even further.