Bachelor of Science in Business Administration—Supply Chain Management Specialization

About the Supply Chain Management Specialization

A supply chain is the series of organizations that help to deliver a product or service to consumers. Those involved in supply chain management play a critical role in understanding demand and delivering products and services. Throughout this program, you will gain an understanding of the systematic, integrated nature of the creation and delivery of goods and services. You will be able to solve industry problems using concepts from other business administration courses and apply them to your specialized major.

Visit Department Website

Why Study Supply Chain Management at CWU?

The Supply Chain Management program at CWU focuses on equipping you with practical, industry-relevant skills.

Through coursework, case studies, and hands-on projects, you will learn to optimize supply chain operations, manage logistics, improve efficiency, and analyze data to make informed business decisions. “Usually, capstones are just writing case studies, so having the opportunity to do a hands-on project was way more impactful,” said 2019 Supply Chain Management Alumni Paul Shull.

Where is this program offered?

How much does this program cost?

Explore information on Cost, Aid, and Value to make an informed decision about investing in your education at CWU.

Where can I find more information?

Please visit the CWU Academic Catalog for current information about admission requirements, course descriptions, learner outcomes, and credit information.

Careers & Opportunities

There are many opportunities for you upon completion of a Supply Chain Management degree:

  • Business Operations Specialists
  • Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Manager
  • Purchasing Manager
  • Logistician
  • Industrial Production Manager

Our graduates are employed in large corporations such as Starbucks, Boeing, Paccar, Weyerhauser, and Microsoft.


2014 Supply Chain Management Alumni, Alina Scarlett, focuses on responsible sourcing throughout supply chain as a supply chain sustainability manager at Applied Materials. Two of her primary responsibilities are collecting data about greenhouse gas emissions and properly sourcing minerals within the supply chain.

College of Business offers more than $175,000 annually in scholarships to its students.

Related Programs


Accounting, BS

Get an Accounting degree at CWU and gain the skills to succeed in your career, including preparation for the CPA exam.


Business Administration, BS—Business Analytics Specialization

Unlock the power of data-driven decision-making with a Business Analytics degree from CWU.

More Programs

Questions? Contact Us.

College of Business

Shaw-Smyser 413

Request Info