The Project and Supply Chain Management major concentrates on developing knowledge, skills, and abilities in two important disciplines in modern corporations.
Project management skills include the development of new projects and coordinating procurement and project delivery systems. Supply chain management enables organizations to develop value-creating supply chain networks by emphasizing the integration of:
- manufacturing and service operations
The major provides students with an opportunity to develop the quantitative and people skills necessary to design and operate today's complex management systems. Students learn how to manage critical components in organizational supply chains and apply business analytic methods for organizing and fully integrating supply chain practices throughout the organization.
An In-Demand Skill Set
Graduates are uniquely well-prepared for careers in some of the highest in-demand professions in the modern business and government environments, managing the supply chain and project initiatives in:
- world-class business firms
- public sector organizations
- IT organizations
- third-party logistics providers
- goods and services distribution operations
Penn State York shares the bachelor of science in Project and Supply Chain Management with Penn State Mont Alto. All courses needed for the degree will be offered at each campus. Students in the program should expect to take some courses via a combination of web-based and face-to-face technology.
What is Project and Supply Chain Management?
It has been estimated that well over half of all activities in modern corporations are project-based. From developing a new product to constructing a new building, the list of efforts that organizations must plan, manage, and deliver on time and under budget is nearly endless.
At the same time, globalization creates a growing need for professionals who can effectively manage complex supply chains. The study of project and supply chain management emphasizes the integration of manufacturing and service operations, logistics, purchasing, and distribution—the functions that enable organizations to cultivate value-creating supply chain networks.
|Requirements for the Major||88*|
* Includes 15 credits of General Education courses.
Dr. David Latzko
Associate Professor of Economics and Program Coordinator for Project and Supply Chain Management
Room 221, M.S. Grumbacher Information Sciences and Technology Center