About the Supply Chain Management Degree Program

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Supply Chain Management involves all the activities and timing of getting the right product and quantity to the right consumer. Professionals in the field engage in planning, forecasting, purchasing, transportation, storage, distribution, sales and customer service—from the raw materials to the finished product. According to U.S. News and World Report, SCM is one of 20 hot job tracks for the 21st century, and is listed in the top 10 industries in Nebraska. One out of 11 jobs in Nebraska are in SCM. The University of Nebraska at Kearney's Marketing Department recently received the University of Nebraska’s highest award for teaching, the University Departmental Teaching Award, and the University of Nebraska at Kearney's Departmental Teaching Award for three consecutive years.

Apply for the Supply Chain Management Scholarship

This scholarship provides assistance to incoming freshman students pursuing a degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Supply Chain Management.

Champions of SCM Excellence

These partners support students and programming with internship opportunities, scholarships and other program enhancements:

  • Cash Wa Distributing
  • GIX Logistics
  • Werner Enterprises
  • Brown Transfer
  • Crete Carrier Corp.
  • Reliant Transportation
  • Fremont Contract Carriers
  • Norfolk Iron & Metal
  • DMSi Software
  • Walmart
  • Parker
  • Buckle Inc.

*2018-19 CBT Placement Stats. Data based on 95% response rate of program graduates








Career Opportunities with this degree

  • Supply Chain Analyst
  • Supply Chain Coordinator
  • Supply Chain Manager
  • Supply Chain Consultant
  • Supply Chain Director
  • VP Supply Chain

job placement

100% placed


100% full-time


Molly Sheehan

"I love the career placement opportunities, and that it’s such an upcoming field. I also love the faculty. They are wonderful supporters of the program and have done a tremendous amount of work to get this emphasis up and running. They are always willing to help set up internships or help decide on a possible career."

Molly Sheehan

Supply Chain Management

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Accredited by The Association of Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Only 30% of business programs in the United States are accredited by AACSB International.