Internships/Jobs in Supply Chain Management
The master of supply chain management program maintains many corporate relationships to support the recruitment of our supply chain graduates. The Dallas Metroplex is home to leading supply chain companies that are all run complex supply chains and constantly looking for well-qualified professionals to manage them.
The industry advisory board and supply chain companies have acknowledged that our students are in high demand because our program enables them to gain the required skill sets such as analytical thinking, state-of-the-art technology developments and decision making capabilities in order to be successful in the workplace.
In 2011, Texas ranked second in America’s Top States for Business ranking by CNBC. Dallas was ranked the fastest growing city in the United States in 2010 (CNN Money), providing our students with significant opportunities for internship and job placement.
Students have two career offices to help secure internships and full-time employment; the campus-wide UT Dallas Career Center and the Jindal School of Management’s Career Management Center. These two offices work in tandem and SCM students are encouraged to use services at one or both centers.
Typical supply chain management positions include:
During the academic year of 2010-11, about 86% of MS SCM students secured internships/jobs. The graph below shows the type of roles they played.