Supply Chain Management
Supply chain management is a concentration in the marketing major. The supply chain management concentration requires four courses in operations, supply chain management, logistics management, and international marketing in addition to three marketing courses. Students are also strongly advised to do an internship.
Required Marketing courses:
- MAR 3823 Marketing Management
- MAR 3613 Marketing Research
- MAR 4824 Marketing Management Problems
Supply Chain Management Concentration courses:
- ISM 3431 Operations & Supply Chain Processes
- MAR 3202 Supply Chain Management
- MAR 4156 International Marketing
- MAR 4213 Logistics & Physical Distribution
What kinds of jobs are there in supply chain management?
Supply chain management careers can be found in a wide variety of organizations – manufacturers, retailers, transportation companies, third party logistics firms, government agencies, and service firms. Supply chain management entry-level job titles include supply chain analyst, logistics analyst, warehouse operations supervisor, customer service supervisor, fulfillment supervisor, and procurement support. Companies that recruit USF students for internships and jobs in supply chain management include CSX, CH Robinson, Target, Total Quality Logistics, TechData, PLS and more.