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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.

Fast-Track Program

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.

  • Connect with the Director
  • Degree Plan
  • Student Profile & Statistics
  • Careers in SCM
  • Student Involvement

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.

Ching-Chung Kuo, PhD Director, BS Supply Chain Management Program

Degree Plan

The BS SCM curriculum provides rigorous training to its students so that they acquire the knowledge and skills for successfully managing supply chain activities in the real world. Much emphasis of the 120-credit hour STEM program is placed on preparing its graduates for employments with a wide range of organizations to help them improve efficiency in purchasing, operations, logistics, and many other areas.

The major courses for the BS SCM Program include:

  • Lean and Six Sigma Processes
  • Logistics and Inventory Management
  • Managerial Methods in Decision Making Under Uncertainty
  • Operations Management
  • Project Management
  • Purchasing and Sourcing Management
  • Quantitative Business Analysis
  • Supply Chain Management

Please visit Degree Requirements for Bachelor of Science in Supply Chain Management for the latest information in the UT Dallas Undergraduate Catalog.

UT Dallas JSOM Undergraduate Catalog

Student Profiles and Statistics

BS in Supply Chain Management – Student Profile as of Spring 2017
Class Statistics Percentage and/or Number
Enrolled SCM Students 212
Students Pursuing Double Majors 29
Average Age 23
Average GPA 3.00
Ethnicity Asian 40% | White 30% | Hispanic 15% | African American 5% | Other 10%
Gender Female: 70 (33%) | Male: 142 (67%)

Careers in SCM

The typical starting job titles include:

  • Business Planner
  • Inventory Analyst
  • Logistics Analyst
  • Materials Coordinator
  • Procurement Specialist
  • Production Controller
  • Resource Planner
  • Subcontract Administrator
  • Supply Chain Analyst

The top five employers of recent BS SCM graduates are:

  • Lockheed Martin
  • Amazon
  • Bank of America
  • Essilor of America
  • AT&T

The average starting annual salary for recent BS SCM graduate is around $60,000.

Student Involvement

Every year, the BS SCM program at UT Dallas provides various events and engagements between supply chain industry partners and students. These events allow students to network with industry executives, better understand the market and learn more about internships and jobs and what it is expected of them in the workforce. Students also participate in local and nationally known supply chain case competitions.

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  • SCLC

    Supply Chain Leadership Council organizes Guest Speaker Events, Career Network Mixers, Industrial Site Visits and Supply Chain related educational games wherein the students have implemented their classroom learning for solving real-time business problems. We had Guest Speaker Events with the following corporations such as General Motors, Toyota, Google Express, Caterpillar, FedEx, Ericsson, Intelligrated, Texas Instruments etc.

    How to register?

    Please fill out the online application form. There is the one-time membership fee of $25 to join SCLC. There are some of the events and activities are only limited to the registered council members.

    Apply to SCLC
  • INFORMS

    What do you do?

    INFORMS at UT Dallas is the student chapter of the international society of Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences” at the Naveen Jindal School of Management. Since its inception in 2011 under the Supply Chain Management program, INFORMS has evolved over the years with its vision to be the single focal point of overall development and growth of student community with interests in areas of operations management, management science and analytics. We conduct quality guest speaker events, professional development workshops and Texas level business case competitions and we always strive to provide the JSOM students with the best opportunities to complement their class room education by learning first-hand about industry best practices, career opportunities, real world problems, and in-turn developing strong professional connections.

    Why should I be a member of your organization?

    INFORMS helps students to stay updated with the latest trends and industry best practices through guest speaker events, workshops and case competitions. Being a member of INFORMS would give you a platform to fine tune and develop your technical and professional skills. Above all, you get boundless networking opportunities which puts you in touch with the industry veterans and makes yourself market-ready. Our partner companies have found INFORMS to be a great branding platform and identify talents aligned to their specific needs. Innovation, Leadership, Motivational Mentoring and Persistence have driven INFORMS to be the best and will continue to do so.

    In order to become a member, please click Join Us. There is a one time lifetime membership fee of $15. Post which you will have unlimited access to all our speaker events , workshops and case competitions.

    How can I get involved?

    This is a completely student run organization and we believe in participating, learning and eventually leading. You can get yourself involved by attending our guest speaker events, workshops and competitions. You can also be part of our team and volunteer with us to organize events and in-turn help the student community here at JSOM. If you wish to be associated with the leadership team, we encourage you to apply for our officer positions which we open every fall. Come, be a part of INFORMS and stay INFORMED.

  • APICS

    About:

    APICS UT Dallas is the official student affiliate chapter of the APICS North Texas Chapter. APICS is the Association for Operations Management, the premier source of the body of knowledge in Operations Management, including Manufacturing, Production, Inventory Management, Supply Chain Management, Materials Management, Purchasing, Logistics, and Lean Enterprise.

    With the constantly growing industry standards, APICS UTD student chapter strives to fill in the gap between the industry and students by conduct events all throughout the year that help students connect with industry professionals and develop themselves into market ready assets.

    Career Connections:

    Our career connection events help students to address their career related queries in the field of supply chain where students get personalized one-on-one sessions with industry professionals from top companies such as Toyota, Texas Instruments, Verizon, Ericsson, DPSG, etc. These connections go a long way in helping students develop and build their professional outlook. These group meetings are conducted with a limited number to encourage students to build a personnel connection with the professionals.

    This is a click from one of our recent career connection event where we had Justin Mauller, Procurement Analyst from Dr. Pepper Snapple Group to share his career and guide our students

    Industry Visits:

    Industry visits are arranged for students to visit the premises of the companies dealing with warehousing, logistics and operations. These help them relate their classroom education with the practical applications.

    Volunteer Activities:

    APICS UTD is more than just professional networking and career enhancement; being part of APICS UTD helps you get actively involved in social responsibility and team building activities.

    APICS Student members volunteering at a Water aid station for Dallas Marathon

    Professional Development Meetings (PDM):

    Professional developing meetings (PDM) offer great opportunities to students to network with supply chain experts in the DFW region and acquire comprehensive knowledge on the best practices followed in the industry. Many students have benefitted from these meetings as they continue to stay in touch and receive career guidance from the executives. Members of APICS UTD get to attend the meetings at discounted prices, along with the logistics to the venue provided by the student chapter.

    A picture with Glen Fullerton, President, APICS NTX chapter, with our students at a PDM
    An information session on APICS CPIM certification by Vince Mozik, Planning Manager, Aviall – A Boeing company

    Information Sessions:

    APICS enhances student community’s perspective about their career vision by conducting information sessions on operations management, project management, supply chain management, quality management, inventory management, etc. and the various professional development certifications offered by APICS.

    Not yet a member?

    Accelerate your career with your APICS UTD membership as you:

    • Stay Informed – Stay ahead with current industry best practices
    • Stand Out – Top in-class & exclusive members-only events
    • Connect, Grow, Network and Share – Connect with top level supply chain executives
    • Members-only benefits – Free PLUS level APICS main chapter membership and savings on APICS’s certifications & networking events

    So, don’t wait any longer and join today!
    OrgSync
    Student Chapter fb page
    National Chapter Webpage

  • IHI

    UT Dallas IHI meeting UT Dallas IHI presentation

    The Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) Open School Chapter is a face-to-face, interprofessional group at UT Dallas. It brings students from different interests such as healthcare management, supply chain, and pre-health majors through a shared interest in learning about quality improvement and improving care for patients. It creates a forum for like-minded students to interact and help each other gain skills to improve care. The IHI Open School Network provides students with opportunities to learn more, network with peers, connect with engaged and supportive faculty, accomplish scholarly activities such as publishing and presenting work, and a recognized a basic certificate in quality and safety, free of cost.

    To get involved or attend a meeting, please visit our page or find us on UTD OrgSync.

  • ISM

    By working closely with the National ISM (Institute for Supply Management) organization, the first and largest not for-profit supply management organization, as well as the local ISM Dallas group, ISM UTD Student Chapter is in the position to provide students with unique networking and professional advancement opportunities, as well as build the reputation of the UTD supply chain program through its efforts to support and serve the ISM network.

    The goal of ISM UTD Student Chapter is to connect students interested in supply chain management with supply chain professionals, and thereby increase student knowledge of real world supply management techniques through professional networking, guest speakers, site visits, and mentoring opportunities. In addition ISM UTD student chapter seeks to connect both graduate and undergraduate students with each other as well as with professionals for mutual education, growth, and leadership opportunities.

    Students may join by filling out the online application for free membership to ISM, and submitting the form to Professor Kuo at JSOM 13.217. Please contact the Student Chapter President Elizabeth Wilson for further details.

    • Free Membership
    • Membership and officer positions open to graduate AND undergraduate students
    • Off campus networking opportunities
    • Priority access to ISM UTD Student Chapter events: site visits, guest speakers, workshops and more
    • Mentorship opportunities with supply chain professionals