Careers and Starting Salaries
Students who earn a Bachelor of Business Administration in Supply Chain Management have a number of career options that hold the potential for a good salary and high job satisfaction.
Our graduates pursue careers in a variety of fields such as:
- Supply/demand planning
- New product project management
- Procurement management
- Business intelligence analysis
- Business process consulting
- Vendor relations management
Students in our program earn one of the highest starting salaries of all Mays Business School undergraduate degree programs. The average starting salary of students who graduated in Spring 2014 was $58,031, and the average for Fall 2014 was $58,031. This starting salary has remained consistent over the past several years.
Our graduates report strong job satisfaction and high placement rates. They find supply chain management to be an exciting and challenging field that requires hands-on problem solving, innovation and creativity. Graduates also have opportunities to work internationally in their jobs.