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Students in the Supply Chain Management major get a close-up look at how data analysis and streamlining systems operations create value for an organization. If you enjoy developing strategies and solving problems through research and analytics, SCM may be a great fit.


The Texas BBA Supply Chain Management program is one of the top-ranked programs in the nation by Gartner, Inc.


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  • See What You’ll Learn

    Supply Chain Management students learn from leading faculty and gain in-demand skills, including: how to create value by making changes to an organization’s supply chain, how changes in company strategy can produce wealth, the newest and best ways to use gathered data, and deep quantitative skills and the expertise to use them effectively.
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  • See the Jobs You Can Get

    Supply Chain Management students excel across industries and often pursue these careers: Business and Planning Analyst, Consultant, Global Procurement Services Analyst, Logistics Analyst, Operations Associate, and Procurement Specialist.
See What Students Say
I love my major because it revolves around problem-solving and provides me with the tools and understanding necessary in order to help organizations create a cost-effective and efficient business structure.
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Reach out to a student recruiter to ask what major might be right for you.