Undergraduate - Supply Chain Management

Syracuse University

Supply chain management (SCM) is an interdisciplinary field that examines, supports and improves cross-functional scenarios to enhance a company’s competitive advantage. It involves forecasting, resource allocation, production planning, sourcing, flow and process management, inventory management, customer delivery, after-sales support and service and other business processes. In fact, U.S. News & World Report describes it as one of the 20 hottest job tracks of the new century. Successful supply chain managers embrace change, have strong analytical and people skills, enjoy problem solving and are adept in information technology. Building on long established strengths, the undergraduate major offers a solid grounding in this fast-evolving specialty.

Admissions Requirements

  • You must be enrolled in, or have graduated from, an accredited secondary school. If you are a homeschooled student, please review the homeschool requirements.
  • SAT/ACT scores will not be required for students applying for Fall/Spring 2024 or Spring 2025 admission. Students who choose not to submit test scores will not be disadvantaged and will remain eligible for merit scholarships.
  • Although not a requirement for admission, the best way to academically prepare for college is to take a college preparatory curriculum, including four years of English, science, social studies, and mathematics (through geometry and 

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  • United States of America

Academic Degree


Bachelor of Science


Long (+12 months)

  • English
  • In-Person

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