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Department of General Business

Global Supply Chain Management

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

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Why Business?

At West Virginia University's John Chambers College of Business and Economics we're doing things differently. Take the first step today to transform your future. We will help you get to where you want to be in the business world. Join today and be a part of our story.

Are you project-oriented and quick to make informed decisions?

Global Supply Chain Management may be the program for you. In this dynamic and challenging program, we will prepare you to see the big picture and understand how money, people, information, processes, product, and technology interact. Our program was developed with the active participation of top supply chain executives from partner companies, such as PepsiCo, Johnson & Johnson and Microsoft. Through hands-on experiences, you will learn the interdependencies critical to effectively manage and improve performance, strategically integrate processes and technology, and make ethical supply chain decisions.

Get the skills you need to compete

Curriculum focuses on core knowledge and essential skills, such as the ability to work in and lead teams, strong communication and organizational skills, and strong analytical and problem-solving skills.


Of GSCM students have successfully found a career, started a business or continued their education after graduation.


Placement Rate

 for GSCM Females for Class of 2022

  • Our GSCM Advisory Council helps build relationships and network with executives and alumni
  • Top industries include Transportation and Logistics, Manufacturing, Defense, Retail, Healthcare and Wholesale Trade

Latest News

  1. Inspiring the future of business: Chambers College names 2024 Roll of Distinguished Alumni and Early Career Achievement Awardees

    On Thursday, April 4, the John Chambers College of Business and Economics at West Virginia University honored nine inspiring alumni who have positively shaped the business landscape of their fields at various stages of their careers. This is the 13th annual alumni awards ceremony for the Chambers College.

  2. Let’s Talk Business: Becoming an Accountant, Step by Step

    As an accounting student at WVU, I’ve had support from a number of faculty since the beginning of my time in the Chambers College. From mentorships to job opportunities, the WVU Accounting department fully prepares its students for their unique career paths.

  3. Let’s Talk Business: Six Lessons that Helped Me Launch My Own Bakery

    Hello, fellow dreamers and entrepreneurs! My name is Calijah Burton. I’m a senior majoring in Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the John Chambers College of Business and Economics.


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