Increase your company’s revenue and growth by enhancing its supply chain
Supply chain analysts and logisticians are critical because they ensure that every segment of a company’s supply chain is operating smoothly, thereby maximizing savings, mitigating waste and increasing overall profitability. In this program, you’ll learn the range of skills necessary to preserve an efficient daily transition of products and services, from their point of origin to consumers all over the world.
Our multidisciplinary curriculum blends core business concepts and management practices with subjects such as logistics planning, purchasing and distribution and inventory management. You’ll gain proficiency with emerging supply chain technologies, as well as a global understanding of the entire life cycle of a product, positioning you for a career as a logistics analyst, operations manager, procurement expert, contract administrator or demand planner, to name just a few.
Career readiness is a hallmark of this program. Required internships and a field-based capstone project give you the chance to solve actual challenges that real companies face in logistics or operations. Membership to APICS, the premier professional association for supply chain management, gives you access to many professional resources and connects you with a global network of supply chain professionals. Our alumni have found success with many highly respected companies, including Pratt & Whitney, United Technologies, Deloitte, Collins Aerospace and Hubbell.
The power of a professional network
We work closely with the New Haven chapter of APICS, the premier professional association for supply chain management. APICS is the nation’s leading provider of research, education and certification programs that elevate supply chain excellence and innovation.
In addition to connecting with a global network of 45,000 supply chain professionals, students who join APICS have access to a lengthy list of professional resources and other opportunities to expand their knowledge of the field, accelerate their development and kick-start their careers. These include:
- Local and online educational events
- Access to cutting-edge APICS research reports
- A members-only job board, mentor center and career resources
- Case competitions
- Complementary registration to local chapter events and the APICS annual conference
“I now work for Hubbell Inc. full time as a life cycle coordinator in the operations department. I truly believe that it is because of all the information I learned and experiences I gained at Quinnipiac that I was able to obtain this job. I now find myself daily at work referring back to something I learned in a supply chain class or from talking to a professor.”Joseph Boninti ’16, MBA ’17
Turning passion into local impact
Our program frequently collaborates with the Cheshire Chamber of Commerce to create an opportunity for students to brainstorm, problem solve and learn from local businesses. During these activities our students apply their management skills toward various real business challenges in our community. They apply relevant and current learnings to enhance business areas in supply chain, operations, human resources, employee and production performance, project management, decision making and application of business ethics. This work is wholly designed, managed and executed by our students with oversight by the Cheshire Connecticut Chamber of Commerce President Yetta Augur and Management Professor Amy Paros. The impact of our management faculty combined with our unique curriculum prepares our students to be contributors in tangible and significant ways that deliver positive influence on actual businesses.
Faculty dedicated to student success
Quinnipiac’s School of Business professors are committed to the personal and professional success of every student. While passionate scholars and accomplished in their own fields, teaching is their number one priority. Small class sizes, accessible professors with significant industry experience and a close-knit, diverse community create the kind of supporting, enriching environment that is rare. We are personally invested in seeking ways to help our students develop into strong, certified, leading professionals.
Curriculum & Requirements
BS in Supply Chain Management Curriculum
Students majoring in supply chain management are required to complete 122 credits.
|Business Core Curriculum|
|Complete the Business Core Curriculum||43|
|Complete the University Curriculum for School of Business||34|
|Supply Chain Management Core|
|MG 302||Managing People, Projects and Change||3|
|MG 321||Data Driven Decision Making||3|
|MG 325||Negotiations and Problem Solving||3|
|MG 340||Transportation and Logistics Management||3|
|MG 341||Service Operations Management||3|
|MG 343||Procurement and Sourcing||3|
|MG 402||Management Senior Seminar||3|
|MG 488||Management Internship||3|
|Supply Chain Electives|
|Select two of the following:||6|
|Software Applications for Business|
|Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace|
|Supply Chain Analytics|
|Introduction to Global Entrepreneurship|
|Production Systems (MER 225)|
|Statistical Process Control|
|Select 15 credits||15|
Enrollment & Graduation Data
Enrollment and number of graduates
Number of management program graduates:
- 2018-19: 72
- 2017-18: 60
- 2016-17: 58
- 2015-16: 42
- 2014-15: 42
Student enrollment in management in 2018–19: 206
Retention and graduation rates
- School of Business first-year retention rate: 88%
- School of Business 6-year graduation rate: 75%
- School of Business graduate placement rate: 99%
Median starting salary
Median starting salary for management program graduates: $55,500