PSCM Career Paths

PSCM Career Paths

The B.S. in Project and Supply Chain Management is one of only a handful of undergraduate degree programs in this field. Graduates are uniquely prepared to work in project-intensive industries such as construction, insurance, information services and information technology, manufacturing, utilities, pharmaceuticals, third-party logistics, and goods and services distribution operations.

Careers

Project Management

  • Project manager
  • Project scheduler
  • Program coordinator
  • Sales
  • Account management
  • Estimator
  • Business analyst
  • Quality assurance
  • Demand planner

Supply Chain Management

  • Planning and Forecasting
  • Purchasing
  • Supplier Sourcing
  • Operations Management
  • Materials Management
  • Inventory Management
  • Vendor Inventory Management
  • Warehouse Operations
  • Distribution
  • Systems Management
  • Rate Analysis
  • Performance Analysis
  • Customer Service
  • Global Supply Chain Management

Transportation/Carrier Management

  • Rate Analysis
  • Pricing
  • Sales
  • Marketing
  • Customer Service
  • Account Management
  • Systems Management
  • Transportation Management
  • Traffic Management
  • Dispatching
  • Fleet Management

Third-Party Logistics 

  • Analysis
  • Demand Forecasting
  • Sales
  • Customer Service
  • Account Management
  • Systems Management
  • Warehouse Operations
  • Inventory Management
  • Dispatching
  • Transportation Management
  • Freight Management

Opportunities for graduate studies

The B.S. in Project and Supply Chain Management can be a starting point for master’s- and doctoral-level study of business administration, law, organizational behavior, corporate strategy, enterprise architecture, information technology, or another specialized discipline.