Supply Chain and Operations is a crucial and growing area of business in which leaders manage the flow of goods, information, and services to deliver maximum value to the consumer, while minimizing the costs of the flow. 

The Carlson School Undergraduate Program offers an intensive course of study that leads to the Bachelor of Science in Business (BSB) degree. The Supply Chain and Operations Management major and minor shape professionals with the indispensible skills employers demand to serve their customers. 

Curriculum

Students complete a core curriculum of 26 credits to fulfill a Supply Chain and Operations major, and 16 credits to earn an SCO minor. These courses focus on process excellence from both intra-organizational and inter-organizational points of view. See full curriculum

Case Competition

The National Undergraduate Supply Chain and Operations Case Competition provides a unique opportunity for students to address a real-world business problem, connect with supply chain professionals, and tour leading companies. Learn more 

Student Organization

The Supply Chain and Operations Club fosters a community for students interested in supply chain to engage with organizations, peers, and professional opportunities. Learn more

Career Paths

Organizations of all kinds seek supply chain and operations talent to optimize their operations. This growing field offers analytical thinkers and strong problem solvers a wide range of opportunities to establish business processes that provide efficiency in areas such as purchasing, transportation and logistics, budgeting, inventory and quality control, plant operations, and sourcing. Learn more about career opportunities