Supply Chain and Operations Management Concentration—Management Degree

Tackle complex business problems in a challenging environment and effectively manage the physical and information flow across the global supply network.

Upgrade Your Management Degree with a Supply Chain and Operations Management Concentration

The supply chain and operations management concentration within the management major is a comprehensive introduction to operations management, procurement, logistics, project management, and Six Sigma fundamentals. Supply chain and operations management students become graduates prepared to work for major international corporations.

Supply chains compete against one another—a single firm cannot survive on its own without supply chain partners. In a global business world, each company is integrated into a large supply network and depends on the efficient use of innovative solutions from external partners.

  • 2
    concentration options—entrepreneurship and supply chain and operations management
  • $6.15M
    total scholarships and grants awarded to undergraduate business students
  • Top 3
    Michigan Tech business students place highly in CMU's New Venture Competition

Supply Chain and Operations Management Career Paths

Prepare yourself for a variety of career paths, including:

  • Consultant
  • Logistics manager
  • Operations manager
  • Production planner
  • Production supervisor
  • Purchasing manager
  • Quality assurance manager
  • Supply chain analyst

Huskies Get Hired

With more than 400 companies attending Michigan Tech's Career Fairs each year, our students get hired by a variety of employers, including:

  • Amway
  • General Motors
  • General Mills
  • Greenheck Fan
  • L'Oréal

Ready to take the next step?

Learn more about studying supply chain and operations management at Michigan's flagship technological university.

"The biggest thing that stood out to me was that there was such a feeling of community here. It felt like just everybody seemed so friendly and nice, and it made me want to come here and find my place here."Emma Melchiori, undergraduate management student

Why Accreditation Matters

As an accredited business college, Michigan Tech assesses student learning to ensure quality for business education and to continuously improve curriculum and programs.

Student Learning Goals

Students in the College of Business can expect to achieve the following learning goals—which also align with University Undergraduate Student Learning Goals:

  1. Technical Competence—Ability to critically analyze and achieve proficiency of information technology
  2. Global Awareness—Skill in emerging trends and ability to see global perspective
  3. Professional Know-how—Mastery of ethics and effective communication through coursework and professional business experiences
  4. Disciplinary Knowledge—Discipline-specific expertise and cross-discipline strategy

AACSB Accredited

STEM + Business, Only at Michigan Tech

Technology is shaping our lives faster than ever before. Michigan Tech's College of Business provides real-world graduate education experiences steeped in STEM to prepare the future business leaders of tomorrow.

Student Stories

Tomorrow Needs You

Supercharge your entrepreneurial spirit and meet the demands of a technology-driven society at a flagship public research university powered by science, technology, engineering, and math. Graduate with the theoretical knowledge and practical experience needed to succeed in tomorrow's high-tech business world.

Undergraduate Majors

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"I like supply chain and operations management because I like solving business problems and seeing results. My education provided me with the analytical skills to make informed decisions and the soft skills to work with diverse groups of people."Jackson Pundt '19, Michigan Tech Management Major with Supply Chain and Operations Management Concentration