Supply Chain Management

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    School of Business

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Manage the strategic movement from raw materials to finished products

Students in Mercer’s Bachelor of Business Administration program in Supply Chain Management gain knowledge and skills to manage and coordinate all of the logistical aspects of a business, including receiving and handling, internal allocation of resources, operations units, and distribution of finished products to customers.

Gain experience

With courses taught by faculty in both Mercer’s School of Business and School of Engineering, coursework covers acquisitions and purchasing, inventory control, storage and handling, just-in-time manufacturing, logistics planning, shipping and delivery management, transportation, quality control, resource estimation and allocation, budgeting, and more.

Launch your career

Individuals who successfully earn the Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a major in Supply Chain Management may pursue careers for a variety of employers such as:

  • Government defense agencies
  • Consumer products firms and retailers
  • Logistics specialists

Learn more about our Supply Chain Management major


Mercer undergraduate students may be eligible for special admission consideration for a graduate business program through the Special Consideration Program. Students can take advantage of waivers for both the GMAT requirement and the application fee, and enjoy additional benefits, including a Double Bear Scholarship toward earning their graduate business degree at Mercer. Learn More

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