Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
We buy things from stores or websites. Have you ever thought about how your orders come to you? There are manufacturers, retailers, logistics providers, financial institutions all tightly linked in supply chains to fulfill your orders on time and within budget. Any mistake in the supply chain will delay, or even void, your orders. Every business coordinates and collaborates with other members in supply chains to meet consumer needs.
With increases in globalization, analytics capability and information technology advances, supply chain effectiveness and efficiency is all-important to company competitiveness and profitability. A degree in supply chain management will prepare you for a high potential career in this booming field.
Due to the proximity to major metro areas, the robust local economy and ample labor supply, the Lehigh Valley with the PA I-78/81 corridor
In addition to the required thirteen core business courses at KU, Supply Chain Management track students experience a wide variety of courses particular to their area of study, which include:
Non-business students may elect to add Supply Chain Management and Logistics as a minor. This program includes 18 semester hours of required courses in the supply chain field. Click here for more information
Student Learning Outcomes