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Supply Chain and Operations Undergraduate Program at UNIBusiness,Cedar Falls, IA

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Academic Programs

Undergraduate Program



  • BA in Management - Supply Chain and Operations: Supply chain managers oversee the process in which materials, information and finances flow from supplier to consumer. This process usually involves communication and collaboration between many organizations that are collectively known as the supply chain. Many organizations rely on supply chain management degree graduates to create net value by demanding efficiency inside and outside of the organization. The responsibilities of a supply chain manager include everything from product development, sourcing, production and logistics to the information systems needed to coordinate these activities. Career options include - Material Manager, Product Engineer, Logistics, Cost Manager, Business Analyst, and more.

LAST UPDATED ON Mar 16, 2017