Bachelor of Science in Supply Chain Management
The Bachelor of Science in Supply Chain Management (BS SCM) at the Jindal School of Management is a 120 semester credit hours STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) degree program that is designed for students seeking to focus their business education by developing a working expertise and knowledge in the different elements of the supply chain. Upon completing the BS Supply Chain Management program, students have gained the knowledge, skills and applied research experience needed to help their your future employers maximize efficiency and profitability.
Overall, the BS SCM program will provide students with:
- Solid understanding of supply chain management and effective practices.
- Skills for finding the resource that will give your company the best return on investment.
- Knowledge of innovative supply chain processes.
- Analytical techniques for assuring quality and delivery performance.
- Strategies for minimizing total costs of goods and services.
The Fast-Track Program is designed to permit undergraduate students to begin work on the MS or MBA degree programs before graduation. Qualified seniors may take graduate courses that will apply toward the BS degree and also satisfy requirements for the MS degree.
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- Student Profile & Statistics
Connect with the Director
Thank you for your interest in our Bachelor of Science in Supply Chain Management (BS SCM) degree program. We worked very diligently with our supply chain industry advisory board (IAB) to develop the curriculum that addresses the development of required SCM skill sets demanded by the industry. The Bachelor of Supply Chain Management program provides an innovative curriculum that would enhance your future career path while focusing on developing appropriate business skills for today’s marketplace.
Please let me know if you would like to discuss whether the BS SCM program is a good fit for you.
The BS in Supply Chain Management program provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to gain competency in the management of supply chain activities. The program prepares students for employment in a variety of roles aimed at improving a firm’s effectiveness in matching supply and demand.
For the latest information about Academic Degree Plans, Course Catalogs and Course Information please visit the BS in Supply Chain Management page of the UT Dallas JSOM Undergraduate Catalog.
Student Profiles and Statistics
|Class Statistics||Percentage and/or Number|
|Enrolled SCM Students||212|
|Students Pursuing Double Majors||29|
|Ethnicity||Asian 40% | White 30% | Hispanic 15% | African American 5% | Other 10%|
|Gender||Female: 70 (33%) | Male: 142 (67%)|