Supply Chain and Marketing Management: Bachelor Degree Program

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Supply Chain and Marketing Management

The present globalized economy has propelled a constant flow of goods from point of supply to point of consumption creating an unprecedented demand for Supply Chain and Marketing Management professionals. There is more demand for Supply Chain and Marketing Management professionals than academic institutes can train. Are you the type of person who would like to work in this fast-paced environment that demands maximum efficiency and promises high-growth opportunity? If that sounds like you, the Supply Chain and Marketing Management degree at UNT Dallas could be the perfect fit for you.

 

 

What marketable skills will I learn?

  • Analyze business data using Microsoft Excel
  • Perform transportation schedule using Transportation Management Software (TMS)
  • Develop a rational database in Microsoft Access
  • Demonstrate verbal communication skills in presenting supply chain cases
  • Demonstrate the ability to work in a team to solve SCM problems
  • Write effectively and succinctly in supply chain issues

What is a bachelor’s degree in Supply Chain and Marketing Management at UNT Dallas?

A Supply Chain and Marketing Management degree at the University of North Texas at Dallas provides an affordable path to obtain the knowledge and skills to succeed in this broad and growing field. Supply Chain and Marketing Management majors are prepared to execute and manage operations in the procurement, warehousing and transporting of goods in an increasingly global market. The UNT Dallas curriculum provides leading-edge supply chain strategies and a well-rounded, relevant education that will keep you current on industry trends as you prepare to embark on a career in Dallas-Fort Worth, the nation’s premiere logistics and distribution center.

Our University of North Texas Dallas students work with APICS to serve and provide South Dallas with opportunities to learn, grow, and interact with professionals.  The partnership allows our students to increase the number of career pathways, jump starting college careers, propagating the world of Supply Chain and Marketing Management, and turning our affiliates into academics and successful professionals.

Why earn a bachelor’s degree in Supply Chain and Marketing Management from UNT Dallas?

Supply Chain and Marketing Management majors benefit from UNT Dallas’ proximity to the International Inland Port of Dallas, providing students with a wealth of opportunities for experiential learning, such as internships with companies like J.B. Hunt, Stevens Transport and TxDOT, and participating in research projects and attending community meetings relevant to the program’s curriculum. UNT Dallas students also work with APICS, a global leader in supply chain certification programs and the American Society for Quality (AQS) that allow students to increase their number of career pathways. You can also achieve professional certification in Supply Chain and Marketing Management to enhance your training and credentials. The Supply Chain and Marketing Management degree program is taught by dedicated experts in their fields, and our class sizes are small to afford you personal attention every step of the way to ensure your academic success. Supply Chain and Marketing Management majors leave UNT Dallas career-ready, prepared to enter the vibrant business world of Dallas-Fort Worth, rated the No. 1 job market in America by Forbes.

What career opportunities are available with a Supply Chain and Marketing Management degree?

Supply Chain and Marketing Management majors are prepared to analyze and coordinate an organization’s supply chain, ensuring movement of products from suppliers to consumers. They work in nearly every industry in an ever-growing global workplace. Career opportunities afforded by a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Supply Chain and Marketing Management from UNT Dallas include:

  • Materials analyst/manager
  • Production analyst/manager
  • Purchasing manager
  • Supply chain analyst/manager
  • Transportation manager
  • Inventory specialist
  • Facilities manager
  • Operations management
  • Logistics analyst/management
  • Distribution management