Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Supply Chain Management Degree, B.S.B.A.

Advance your career in logistics operations and supply chain management by gaining valuable industry experience.

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Center for Supply Chain Management Excellence encourages collaboration through real-world, relevant research.
UWF students placed second at Operation Stimulus, North America's longest-running supply chain and logistics student case competition.

Supply Chain Management, B.S.B.A. Overview

Today’s businesses operate in increasingly complex domestic and global marketplaces. Across industries, organizations need experts who can manage logistics operations and supply chains effectively to maximize profits and achieve business goals.

The online B.S.B.A in Supply Chain Management degree is designed to provide students with essential knowledge and skill sets to recognize, understand and manage logistics and transportation operations and market such services. Our comprehensive curriculum will expose you to the following core supply chain management areas:

  • Logistics
  • Transportation
  • Materials planning and management
  • Demand management
  • Finished goods distribution
  • Customer service
  • Global and intermodal logistics
  • Transportation brokerage and freight forwarding
  • Logistics analytics
  • Procurement

Through interactions with executives in the classroom and in real industry facilities, you will gain a deep understanding of business logistics while building valuable professional connections with our corporate partners. In fact, nearly 100% of students who want to enter the field find career placement after graduation.

When you earn your supply chain management degree from the University of West Florida, you will be prepared to identify critical service and cost factors when determining supply chain strategies, evaluate trade-offs between these factors and make the most effective logistics decisions for your organization.

Candidates for This Program Include:

  • Full- or part-time employees who want to advance their career in business through an online program.
  • Those who have an interest in supply chain management and logistics operations.
  • Working adults who have some college experience and want to finish their degree and take on professional roles in business.

You Will Be Able To:

  • Develop knowledge of terminology and concepts in the major areas of business and supply chain logistics management.
  • Create, develop and evaluate theory-driven, data-based and ethical supply chain logistics management strategy appropriate for a given environment.
  • Identify and analyze key elements that comprise business problems/ opportunities.
  • Select and apply appropriate discipline frameworks to address business problems/opportunities.
  • Integrate knowledge across business disciplines to formulate defensible strategic business decisions.
  • Recognize legal and ethical problems that occur in business contexts.
  • Design and execute reasonable timelines for project completion.
  • Manage appropriately to facilitate project completion.