Project & Supply Chain Management

Project & Supply Chain Management

Project and Supply Chain Management

The project and supply chain management major concentrates on developing knowledge, skills and abilities in project management, supply chain principles and business fundamentals.

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With the Lehigh Valley situated between two huge metropolitan areas, New York and Philadelphia, organizations look to Project and Supply Chain Management professionals to acquire, produce, and deliver goods and services all over the world. This program provides the foundation of the skills necessary to design and operate today's complex management systems.

Receive a broad foundation in

  • Project management
  • Supply chain principles
  • Business fundamentals

Enhance your coursework with

  • Internship and networking opportunities in and around the Lehigh Valley
  • Insight from industry guest lecturers
  • Research projects using current Supply Chain Management (SCM) topics or issues

Your career path

This program qualifies graduates for careers in various facets of supply chain, including manufacturers, distribution companies, information integrator, retailers, transporter and consulting firms across both industry and government.

The number of distribution and manufacturing companies in the Lehigh Valley, and proximity to New York and Philadelphia, allow for endless field experience and networking opportunities for our students.

Program courses include...

  • Project Management
  • Purchasing & Materials Management
  • Project Portfolio Management & Organization
  • Logistics Systems Analysis & Design
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Corporate Finance

Your job title could be...

  • Demand Management Analyst
  • Warehouse Supervisor
  • Project Manager
  • Transportation Specialist
  • Logistics Systems Coordinator
  • SAP Analyst
  • Procurement Category Agent

Recommended Academic Plan

Recommended Academic Plans provide the possible order of courses students might follow as they pursue a particular degree. RAPs are proposed schedules only. Individual student's schedules might look different if -- in consultation with an academic adviser -- the student has created a different plan. Care should be taken when changing the order of courses, as the RAP takes into account prerequisites and course controls. Changing the other of a RAP might be in the student's best interests and can occur with an adviser's guidance. For the final work regarding the courses needed for graduation in a particular major, all students should consult the University Bulletin and their degree audit.

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