Supply chain management has seen considerable change in the last several years, with recent technological advancements prompting both new opportunities and new challenges. In 2019, several trends we've observed in other industries will begin to dominate the supply chain sphere. Many of these trends are expected to improve both efficiency and customer service. Others, however, could be cause for concern. All call for a more flexible approach, in which systems evolve alongside the rapidly shifting market.
Supply Chain & Logistics
Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics makes the answer clear: the need for skilled professionals is climbing, the median pay is attractive, and you don’t have to have extensive experience to land a great job. In fact, according to the BLS research, a bachelor’s degree in supply chain management is a great springboard to an exciting career.
Maria Schwartz, ’19, knows a thing or two about hard work and dedication. A former baking and pastry student at the Johnson & Wales University campus in North Miami, Florida, Schwartz is now in the process of completing her BSBA – Operations & Supply Chain Management degree online through JWU.
Not quite sure what “logistics” and “supply chain management” are in the career sense? Many aren’t until they realize this industry’s impact has made on nearly every facet of their modern lives. The logistics sector ensures that goods are available to consumers when and where they need them.
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, and other concepts that are important in today's companies.
This degree program requires at least two full years of full-time work experience beyond the date of high school graduation or completion.