Is Supply Chain Management Important? Absolutely.
Supply Chain Management makes it possible to build and deliver products better, faster,
and cheaper. Leading organizations like Dell, Proctor and Gamble, Apple or Starbucks have all recognized they must rely on effective supply chains, or networks to successfully compete in the global market. Supply Chain managers are involved in every facet of the business process - planning, purchasing, producing, transporting, storing& distributing, customer service, and more!
Supply Chains are the "glue" that connect the different parts of the organization.
Created in response to demand by employers, the Supply Chain Management program will provide you with expertise in:
Demand for supply chain professionals is high and, in Calgary alone, the industry sees a 15% growth every year —there are often not enough people to fill current job openings. In Canada, the industry includes more than 730,000 employees.
Your job title could be:
You could also be a distribution coordinator, enterprise resource planner, production planner, purchaser, quality management analyst or transportation analyst.
Upon graduation you will be prepared to earn the following professional designations:
The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) prepares you for Master of Business Administration (MBA) programs as well as other graduate studies.