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BBA in Supply Chain Management

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BBA in Supply Chain Management

Program Description

The Division of Marketing and Supply Chain Management offers exciting options for students interested in business careers.

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

In plain words, Supply Chain Management (SCM) consists of all the activities that take place to get a product in your hands - from the time of raw materials extraction to the minute you pull out your credit card and take the final product home. SCM focuses on planning and forecasting, purchasing, product assembly, moving, storing, and keeping track of a product as it flows toward you and other consumers. 

Demand for professionals in this field is growing quickly as firms realize the benefits of increased profitability through improved efficiency.

OU's Supply Chain Management provides an invaluable education experience based of real-world application of distribution, marketing, and management practices. Students take courses in logistics management, purchasing and buying behavior, production operations management, and inventory and materials management.

A Supply Chain Management student graduates with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree. Advanced degrees include Master of Business Administration and Doctor of Philosophy.

Career Information

TYPES OF EMPLOYERS

Consulting firms Third Party Logistics Firms Government agencies Major corporations Small businesses

FIRST JOBS OBTAINED BY RECENT SCM GRADUATES

Analyst Buyer Trainee Consultant Inventory control specialist Sales representative Transportation supervisor/manager Warehouse supervisor

RECENT PLACEMENTS

American Airlines AWG BNSF CEVO Logistics Chevron Phillips FAA McKesson Corp. Nordam Group Saddle Creek Corp. Target Distribution Wolseley

**All Price College students have the unique opportunity to participate in the First Fidelity Integrated Business Core, which introduces students to business development and problem solving in a real-world setting. Students split into teams to form their own companies--actual businesses that the students fund through loans from a local bank.

Scholarships

All marketing students can apply for scholarships through the Centralized Academic Scholarship Hub (CASH). The deadline is February 1, 2017, for all 2017-2018 scholarships.

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