What you'll learn in supply chain management at UW-Platteville

The Supply Chain Management degree through UW-Platteville’s School of Business will cultivate the skills you need to be successful as a supply chain manager. We are one of just a few members of the SAP University Alliance, providing you with hands-on experience using SAP—the dominant software in the industry—and giving you a competitive advantage as a UW-Platteville graduate.

Supply chain management is one of the fastest growing and most valuable areas of business. Effective supply chains help companies stay lean and responsive, increase sustainability, and meet demands while maintaining the safety of workers and communities. Disruption in supply chain could cost a business millions of dollars. The supply chain management major is for an elite group of people who possess both personality and technical skills. As part of this group, you will be eligible for competitive career and salary options that far surpass other areas.

To learn more about the program, review the fact sheet.

Careers in Supply Chain Management

  • Supply chain manager
  • Management analyst
  • Logistician
  • Operations analyst
  • Purchasing managers

Our program is a smart investment in your future because we emphasize practical learning directly transferable to the career that you will pursue. Our program will teach you to build and manage an ethical, profitable, and sustainable supply chain using state-of-the-art practices, tools, and methodologies. 

Discover by Doing

The Supply Chain Management major at UW-Platteville offers a student-centered approach. Focused on experiential learning that connects your education to your future career, there are opportunities to help others through various research projects.

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Online Programs Offer Flexible Options

If you're interested in earning your supply chain management degree online, we will adapt to your schedule. The Bachelor of Business Administration in Supply Chain Management can be completed in a traditional setting on campus or 100% online. No matter the method, this is the best way to earn a supply chain management degree in Wisconsin.

Master of Science in Integrated Supply Chain Management

A Master of Science in Integrated Supply Chain Management is offered fully online in as little as two years. Designed to provide you with real-world capabilities that stretch beyond the typical master’s degree in business, courses are taught by professionals with years of industry experience.

The program is designed around a wide range of supply chain courses, giving you experience in the many domains and environments where supply chain decision tools can provide substantial value. You can also choose from emphasis options in analysis, customer relations, logistics, management, operations, and purchasing to enhance your education.