What is Supply Chain Management?

Supply Chain Management (SCM) professionals strive to achieve a sustainable competitive advantage by building and delivering products better, faster and cheaper.



Our professors remain active in the field and consistently receive recognition for teaching and research excellence.

Several members serve as associate and senior editors with leading journals and have received awards for:

  • Best paper
  • Best Associate editor
  • Best reviewer


Ms. Kristen Lindholm

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Former Student Profiles

Kelly Albright is a Business Technology Analyst at Deloitte Consulting LLP and a Supply Chain Management program graduate.

“[Do] not be afraid to try something different and forge your own way…”


Career Opportunities

Our students have gone on to pursue jobs in areas such as:

  • Supply/Demand Planning
  • New Product Project Management
  • Procurement Management
  • Business Intelligence Analysis
  • Business Process Consulting
  • Vendor Relations Management

Aggie Network

The Aggie alumni network is one largest and most active alumni groups in the world with nearly 400,000 current and former students.


Aggie students on campus



There are a number of resources available to assist all Texas A&M students with financing their education. Students are encouraged to apply for scholarships at the departmental, college, and university levels.

Starting Salaries

Supply Chain Management grads have earned one of the highest average starting salaries of any undergraduate degree in Mays Business School for the past five years.

Corporate Partnerships

Our Advisory Board members represent a cross-section of industries and routinely hire graduates of our Supply Chain undergraduate program.