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Our Operations and Supply Chain Management BSBA degree program prepares you for career opportunities in a variety of different industries. During the program, you’ll cover business operations and continuity, logistics and supply chain management, process improvement, operations management, quality control, and other concepts that are important in today’s companies.  

The Bachelor of Science in Operations and Supply Chain Management program requires at least two full years of full-time work experience beyond the date of high school graduation or completion.

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This program is offered in collaboration with JWU’s College of Business.

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Upon completion of the program, graduates are expected to:

  • Apply the major concepts, skills and values of business administration.
  • Communicate effectively to diverse audiences, purposes and situations through a variety of professional methods within business administration.
  • Use decision-support tools to resolve contemporary business issues using ethical business practices.
  • Apply contemporary models, metrics, and approaches to create sustainable and continuously improving operational processes.
  • Evaluate a businesses’ supply chain and demonstrate the ability to make recommendations for maximizing its benefits to all stakeholders.

WHY EARN YOUR BSBA Operations and Supply CHain Management Degree ONLINE WITH JWU?

  • Complete your degree on your schedule with our convenient online format.
  • Build your skills with experienced-based learning—the core of our educational experience.
  • Learn career-relevant curriculum from faculty with years of industry experience.
  • Join a network of industry leaders and like-minded individuals to begin your career in operations and supply chain management

Course Highlights

  • Managerial Technology
  • Process and Quality Management
  • Contemporary Issues in Operations and Supply Chain Management Strategy
  • Enterprise Risk Management
  • Logistics
  • And More

*Some courses may be 15 weeks long.

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Is operations and supply chain management a good major?

Operations and supply chain management is a good major for students who are interested in how businesses create value, deliver products and services, and optimize their processes. Student will learn how to make informed decisions about supply chain management based on logistics and data. Operations and supply chain management majors learn how to analyze data, design systems, manage projects, and solve problems in various domains such as manufacturing, logistics, health care, retail, and more.

Why is operations and supply chain management important?

Operations and supply chain management is important because it affects the performance, efficiency, and sustainability of any organization. By managing the flow of materials, information, and money from suppliers to customers, operations and supply chain managers can reduce costs, improve quality, increase customer satisfaction, and create value. Operations and supply chain management also plays a vital role in addressing global challenges such as environmental impact, social responsibility, and ethical standards. Operations and supply chain management is essential for achieving a competitive advantage in today’s dynamic and complex business environment.

What Can You Do With a bsba in operations and supply chain management degree?

There are many different possible careers with a bachelor’s of science in operation and supply chain management, including:

  • Operations Manager
  • Logistics Analyst
  • Supply Chain Manager

Explore our blog to learn more reasons to consider a career in supply chain management or use our Lightcast’s Career Coach tool to explore career options. You can browse careers by degree program and get research-backed information on various industries. You can also take an in-depth assessment to determine career suggestions based on your personal interests.

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To complement their degree programs, students may declare a minor in Human Resource Management.

Be sure to ask us how you can incorporate an HR minor into your studies! 

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