What is Supply Chain Management?
Supply chain management focuses on the coordination of the associated processes required both within a business, as well as across businesses and suppliers, to deliver products and services. Essentially managing the supply chain from raw materials to customer delivery.
The interdisciplinary Supply Chain Management (SCM) program is offered in coordination between Saunders College of Business and Kate Gleason College of Engineering. You can expect to gain the knowledge to assist in developing - and implementing - efficient supplier systems that maximize customer value.
Managing the flow of goods and services around the world
Supply Chain Management provides you with a solid background in areas commonly needed to support SCM roles; including business strategy, information systems, lean/quality management, inventory management, logistics, and project management.
- Get the tools and skills needed for continuous process improvement and project management a with Lean Six-Sigma Yellow Belt certification
- Select elective courses from Saunders College or Kate Gleason College of Engineering to focus your studies on a specific area of expertise
- You are guaranteed real-world experience as a part of one of the oldest and largest cooperative education programs
Saunders College of Business is #1 in Western NY, ranking #62 nationally for undergraduate business programs in the U.S. News & World Report “Best Colleges” rankings, moving up two places from last year. These ranking are based on graduation and retention rates, as well as peer assessment and faculty resources.
Learn about other top rankings and recognition received by programs at Saunders College and Rochester Institute of Technology.