Global Supply Chain Management Careers.

CUTTING COSTS TO IMPROVE PROFITABILITY.

In order for a business to make a profit, they need to manage costs on materials, labor hours or both—without diminishing the value of the end-product or service. Businesses depend on experts, and those in global supply chain management careers can make this happen.

Earning a degree in Global Supply Chain Management from DeVry University or its Keller Graduate School of Management helps you build skills for making businesses more efficient. You’ll learn to control costs by managing the entire life cycle of a product or service from purchasing to delivery. In addition, you’ll acquire the knowledge that will allow you to be competitive in foreign markets. Best of all, you can earn this degree at your own pace with our flexible class options.

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Professional Responsibilities

A DeVry or Keller degree with a specialization in global supply chain management equips you for:

  • Solving logistical problems
  • Analyzing and coordinating a supply chain
  • Purchasing durable and nondurable goods and services
  • Planning, directing or coordinating transportation
  • Coordinating production, purchasing, warehousing and financial forecasting services 

Industries

Global supply chain management careers are found in a variety of industries including:

  • Aerospace
  • Automotive
  • Hospitality
  • Manufacturing
  • Retail
  • Transportation

Career Opportunities

DeVry and Keller graduates who focus on global supply chain management may be ready for careers such as:

  • Logistician
  • Purchasing manager
  • Operations research analyst
  • Transportation manager
  • Supply chain manager