If you want a dynamic and challenging career that puts you in the center of the action, requires you to see the big picture and lead, this is the major for you.
Curriculum is almost 90% experiential learning
Are you project-oriented and quick to make informed decisions? Global Supply Chain Management may be the program for you. Experience hands-on activities with familiar companies and put your knowledge to the test when it comes to thinking strategically and improving performance.
Global Supply Chain Management is a challenging major that prepares students to incorporate the systematic and global nature of supply chain operations in the decision-making process. Through experiential learning activities, students are ready to see the interdependencies critical to effectively manage and improve performance, strategically integrate processes and technology, and make ethical supply chain decisions.
Supply chain professionals need to see the big picture and understand how money, people, information, processes, product, and technology interact. Global Supply Chain Management is a very challenging major that prepares students to recognize and incorporate the systemic and global nature of supply chain operations in the decision-making process. The curriculum focuses not only on the core knowledge, but also on the essential skills, such as the ability to work in and lead teams, strong communication and organizational skills, and strong analytical and problem-solving skills. The sequence of courses and hands-on experiential learning activities will prepare you to see the interdependencies critical to effectively manage and improve performance, to think strategically about processes and technology, and to make ethical supply chain decisions.
Job titles of recent graduates include Audi district manager, C.H. Robinson logistics recruiter, GM global sourcing, Swanson Industries purchasing agent, Amazon area manager, WVU Hospitals contract specialist, PepsiCo logistics integration senior associate, Mylan operations supply chain specialist and WVU procurement category analyst .
Wondering what you can do with a degree from WVU's Global Supply Chain Management major? Check out these ideas from WVU Career Services and the Occupational Information Network (O*NET). A median salary is the midpoint of what people typically earn—half of those surveyed earned above the median salary, and half earned below.
- Bright Outlook
- Green Occupation
- Requires a Graduate Degree
Directly supervise and coordinate activities of transportation and material-moving machine and vehicle operators and helpers. Possible job titles for this career include: Driver Manager.
$57,270 Median Salary
Direct or coordinate production, purchasing, warehousing, distribution, or financial forecasting services or activities to limit costs and improve accuracy, customer service, or safety. Examine existing procedures or opportunities for streamlining activities to meet product distribution needs. Direct the movement, storage, or processing of inventory. Possible job titles for this career include: Global Supply Chain Director.
$104,970 Median Salary
Buy merchandise or commodities, other than farm products, for resale to consumers at the wholesale or retail level, including both durable and nondurable goods. Analyze past buying trends, sales records, price, and quality of merchandise to determine value and yield. Select, order, and authorize payment for merchandise according to contractual agreements. May conduct meetings with sales personnel and introduce new products. Includes assistant wholesale and retail buyers of nonfarm products. Possible job titles for this career include: Buyer.
$53,340 Median Salary
This page includes information from O*NET OnLine by the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration (USDOL/ETA). Used under the CC BY 4.0 license.
Graduates from this major have gone to work at:
Cost and Aid
How much does Global Supply Chain Management at WVU cost? And how can you save?
Tuition and Fees
Estimated rates for the 2018-19 academic year. Rates are subject to change. Anyone that is not a current West Virginia resident will be charged non-resident rates. That includes international students.
West Virginia Resident
Per Credit - $428
Per Semester - $5,136
Fall and Spring Semesters - $10,272
Per Credit - $1,126
Per Semester - $13,512
Fall and Spring Semesters - $27,024
Per Credit - $1,126
Per Semester - $13,812
Fall and Spring Semesters - $27,624
The program was developed and is updated with the active participation of top supply chain executives from partner companies such as PepsiCo, Johnson & Johnson, MRC Global, Microsoft, NGK Spark Plugs, ABB, Source International, among other prestigious organizations. The curriculum emphasizes the global nature of supply chain activities and a systems-approach to problem-solving and decision-making. You will understand all core functional elements of the supply chain and how these elements interact to create value. The curriculum strongly emphasizes hands-on and real-world learning experiences through interactions with our industry partners, and provides many opportunities for you to apply and further develop your knowledge and skills.
The WVU Supply Chain Management Association provides professional development and leadership opportunities, and promote beneficial relationships between GSCM students, SCM faculty, and supply chain management executives.
WVU graduates are recruited by:
Amazon, PepsiCo, ABB, Ryder, Excel-DHL Logistics, TQL Logistics, C.H. Robison Logistics, PLS Logistics, Aldi, WVU Procurement, Contracting and Payment Services, among many other prestigious companies across a variety of industries.
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