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Business Administration – Supply Chain Management, B.S.

College of Business

A Bachelor of Science in Business Administration concentrating in supply chain management (SCM) will help you develop a comprehensive understanding of the global supply chain as well as the skills needed to implement strategic, efficient and effective SCM practices in a contemporary business setting.

Student Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this degree, you will be able to:

  • Explain the role of supply chain management and explain the trends and challenges in today’s business environment
  • Apply current supply chain theory, practices and concepts
  • Develop critical thinking skills through the application of computer-based supply chain optimization tools, including linear program modeling and sensitivity testing
  • Use effective written and oral communications, team building skills and presentation skills to examine and discuss business problems

Careers in this Degree

Graduates with this degree have pursued careers in the following fields:

  • Retail
  • Finance
  • Health Care
  • Manufacturing

Job Outlook

  • Logistician $74,590/year

Job outlook through 2028: 7 percent increase

  • Supply Chain Manager $105,610/year

Job outlook through 2028: 7 percent increase

  • Logistics Manager $92,460/year

Job outlook through 2028: 7 percent increase

  • Operations Manager $125,740/year

Job outlook through 2028: 9 percent increase

  • Purchasing Manager $132,660/year

Job outlook through 2028: 9 percent increase

Warriors in the Workplace

Indiana Tech graduates work at great companies like:

  • Zimmer Biomet
  • Lincoln Financial Group
  • Parkview Health
  • Samtec
  • Wabash National Corporation
  • MedPro Group
  • Eli Lilly and Company
  • 3Rivers Federal Credit Union
  • General Motors
  • Dow Chemical
  • Apple
  • Georgia-Pacific

Dr. Margot Salas Geagon

Program Lead

Dr. Geagon is a seasoned academic with a robust background in applied analytics, operations management, strategy, finance and statistics. She brings a project-based learning approach to the classroom and provides students with the opportunity to develop critical thinking skills as they test the assumptions of theory in a real-world environment. The objective of this program is to develop career-ready supply chain management professionals.

  • Ph.D., Applied Management Decision Sciences: Finance, Walden University
  • MBA, Finance, Marylhurst University
  • MPA, Program Evaluation, Portland State University
  • B.A., Business Administration, Western New Mexico University