Supply Chain Management

Supply Chain Management Major

The Bachelor of Science in Supply Chain Management at the University of South Florida is the only global end-to-end program in Florida’s State University System (SUS), preparing students for careers in today and tomorrow’s high velocity supply chains. Students will experience an experiential learning program combining hands-on training in the latest supply chain technologies and innovations fused with data analytics and critical thinking. The program builds through introduction, reinforcement, and mastery of topics through the student journey. Internships are required for graduation for all students, as is a study abroad for honors students.

What kinds of jobs are there for Supply Chain Management majors?

Graduates find supply chain management careers in a wide variety of organizations – manufacturers, distributors, retailers, transportation companies, third party logistics firms, government agencies, and service firms. Supply chain management offers entry-level positions such as supply chain analyst, logistics analyst, operations supervisor, customer service supervisor, fulfillment supervisor, and purchasing support.  Companies that recruit USF students for internships and jobs in SCM include Amazon, Bristol-Myers Squibb, CH Robinson, Jabil, Target, Honeywell Aerospace, TechData, Walmart, and more.