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Supply Chain Management

Use your problem-solving skills to help businesses thrive worldwide

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Taylor Dillon
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Do you consider yourself an analytical problem solver? Are you a big-picture thinker who enjoys creating strategies to accomplish tasks? As a student in the Supply Chain Management (SCM) program, you will study the flow of information, finances and materials along the “chain” of affiliated firms. This will include everything from planning the sourcing of raw material, parts and components to manufacturing/processing to the marketing and delivery of services or products to the end customer. Supply Chain Management is a growing business discipline with a worldwide value of over $26 trillion. Belmont’s location in Nashville will provide you with ample internship opportunities, and as businesses continue to relocate to our city, you can gain real-world experiences in a variety of industries, such as technology, healthcare, manufacturing, transportation and automotive, to name a few.

When creating the Supply Chain Management program at Belmont, our faculty and leadership team met with executives from an array of companies and industries. Insights from professionals at Under Armour, Tractor Supply, Cracker Barrel, Ingram Industries, Louisiana-Pacific (LP), Averitt Express, HCA Healthcare, Ingram Barge and the Nashville Predators played a role in how our SCM program was designed.

An experiential internship will be incorporated into your undergraduate career in the SCM program, and you may also choose to complete a full-time co-op experience with a company. You will also customize your SCM major with your choice of a track in: healthcare, international business, analytics, services, or a combination of courses from any track. Your in and out-of-the-classroom knowledge will position you for success -- according to the Harvard Business Review, the U.S. supply chain contains 37% of all jobs, employing 44 million people. Supply chain jobs have higher than average salaries, and as a product of Belmont’s Supply Chain Management program, you will be highly sought after!

 

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