Supply chain management is a balance between a number of different areas. A supply chain manager needs to have a broad understanding of people, materials, finance and information to effectively get the job done. Analytical and interpersonal skills are both essential.
The concentration focuses on analytical modeling and logistics. These are two areas where there is a large gap in employee knowledge.
Supply Chain Managers work in a variety of areas ranging from inventory, sourcing, and purchasing to logistics. Students with three to five years of experience before starting the program can get the most out of the program and the opportunities that follow.
Starting salaries range from $55,000 to $90,000 per year depending on the experience of the prospective employee.
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