Supply Chain

Supply Chain Management Degree

With the globalization of supply chains, supply chain management has become one of the most sought-after areas for professional recruitment. Walsh University’s supply chain management major arms students with the skills to secure an entry-level supply chain management position while also providing them the additional background to grow in their careers for years to come.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics for Supply Chain Management:

  • Median Salary (Logisticians): $74,750 
  • Number of Jobs (in US) Logisticians: 188,200 
  • Growth by 2029: 4% 

Why Walsh?

Business understanding

Our students learn how important effective management is for an organization's success and ultimate sustainability.

Responsible best-practices

Ethical, social, moral and personal responsibility is emphasized throughout the coursework and embedded in our students' classroom and experiential learning.

Integrated Curriculum

We established principles for each major, and these become themes that are carried out and reiterated through the curriculum and any experiential experiences. It's part of our effort to help students retain what they're learning and to offer them a foundation to draw upon throughout their collegiate career and beyond.

Expanded Online Course Options

This program includes select online courses taught in collaboration with other colleges across the country through our innovative partnership with Rize giving you access to a wide range of incredible instructors and more flexible scheduling options.

Meet Chase Senk

Associate Professor of Business

Supply Chain

Career Opportunities

Upon graduation, students may pursue careers such as: 

  • Purchasing Agent 
  • Operations Manager 
  • Supply Chain Manager 
  • Logistics Analyst 


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