Supply Chain Management, BSBA
Appalachian offers a major in Supply Chain Management to prepare professionals who can contribute to organizational success through various aspects of supply chain management – including procurement, sourcing, logistics, manufacturing, distribution and quality management.
With the increasing complexity and globalization of supply chains, the demand for supply chain professionals is growing. Many industries are reporting significant shortages in talent, and this program will prepare you to help fill these economic needs.
Supply Chain Management Minor
The Supply Chain Management minor is available to all majors, both business and non-business, with the exception of Supply Chain Management majors. The minor provides a multi-disciplinary curriculum in supply chain management. The main goal of supply chain management is to improve an organization's profitability while delivering a quality product/service to the customer at the lowest possible cost.
The Supply Chain Management program at Appalachian State University recognizes the value of professional development and real-world experience. Learn more about how the Walker College of Business, accredited by AACSB since 1976 and consistently ranked as a best business school by The Princeton Review, supports and prepares students throughout their journey. Read more
Engagement Outside the Classroom
Dr. Dinesh Davè, Program Director
4054 Peacock Hall
- Supply Chain Manager
- Inventory Manager
- Supplier Quality Product Manager
- Strategic Sourcing Manager
- Logistics Planner
- New Product Procurement Planner
- Supplier Management Analyst
- Inventory Planner
- Procurement Manager of Specialist
- Logistics Analyst
- Supply Chain Consultant
- Wholesale and Retail Buyer