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Bachelor of Science in Supply Chain Management


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(200-800)


(130-170)

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Why BS in Supply Chain Management at UT Dallas?

  • Cars
  • Clothing and apparel
  • Computer
  • Education
  • Electronics
  • Energy
  • Entertainment
  • Food and beverage
  • Healthcare
  • Home and garden
  • Leisure
  • Social networks
  • Transportation
  • Strategies for maximizing revenues and minimizing costs in a supply chain
  • Techniques for providing high-quality products and services at low prices
  • Knowledge about efficient delivery of products and services to meet customer needs
  • Soft skills for high performance in the workplace
  • Understanding of the importance of ethics, sustainability, and corporate social responsibility
  • UT Dallas is ranked No. 1 among universities founded less than 50 years ago in the U.S.
  • Jindal School of Management is among top 10 business schools in research in the world
  • The BS in SCM Program is one of the top 25 supply chain management programs in North America
  • Talented students are educated in an innovative institution with world-renowned faculty, dedicated staff, and state-of-the-art technologies

BS in Supply Chain Management Program Details

Student Experience

Testimonials

Karen Rodriguez

Karen Rodriguez, ’18

“The BSSCM classes at UTD are designed to prepare you for what you'll see working in the field. As I began my job after graduation, thanks to networking activities hosted by UTD, I realized how much material I already understood prior to the start of my training. Throughout the first couple of weeks, class presentations and homework really helped guide me in my daily work activities. Overall, I am very grateful for the material I learned and the connections I made during my years at UTD.”

Charlie Hopper

Charlie Hooper, ’20

“I’m very glad that UT Dallas is one of the few schools that offers this degree program, because it is exactly what I want to do with my future. I always find class material interesting and engaging, as I’m learning both conceptual and applicable knowledge.”

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