Learn the processes involved in the complete product cycle, from supplier to customer, and plan and manage the optimal flow of goods and services. Our Supply Chain and Operations Management program provides what successful future leaders in the field need: a broad understanding of many business functions, from finance to accounting to human resources and leadership, paired with the ability to harness the power of data to make strategic decisions.
Undergraduates studying supply chain and operations management learn from the same faculty who teach in our school’s top ranked master’s program in Global Supply Chain Management. In addition to partnering with corporations to explore forecasting, inventory management, logistics, and financial analysis as it is practiced in the real world, you can develop professionally by joining the Operations and Supply Chain Organization.
“The curriculum allows for applicable learning through case studies from professors who have been in industry before. My experiences in the classroom have allowed me to understand the material in far more depth than what the textbook teaches because we are able to apply concepts to authentic situations. Consistent with a Purdue STEM degree, the business school curriculum provides an analytical approach to problem solving, but also prepares students to effectively communicate their solution and how they reached that conclusion.”
Supply Chain, Class of 2024
Strategic design of agile supply chains has become more important than ever with the rapid advancement of technology. Through the Daniels School’s data-driven approach, you will be prepared to lead the way in optimizing all aspects of supply chain, from capacity planning to sustainability routing. Our renown supply chain and operations faculty teach the latest business concepts, models, and strategies for modern supply chains and operations.
With a degree in Supply Chain and Operations Management, you could be a:
Supply Chain Analyst
Sourcing & Procurement Specialist
Buyer Logistics Engineer
Inventory Planning Specialist
At the Daniels School of Business, you can shape your college experience to fit your passions and goals.
Personalize your degree without adding to your time as an undergraduate student, and add a master’s degree in as little as one additional semester. Enrich your skill set and career prospects by taking advantage of key academic opportunities:
Your life outside the classroom will also be a rich one, and as busy as you want it to be. Participate in case competitions, join a learning community, serve on the School of Business Council, and much more.