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BBA in Supply Chain Management

Supply Chain Management
Bachelor of Business Administration

Undergraduate (Bachelors)

Online Completion

Downtown Location

Northwest Location



Companies Recruiting Our SCM Students
AIA Global Logistics
Expeditor International
Katoen Natie
Port of Houston Authority
Crane World Wide Logistics
Victory Packaging
Walmart Distribution Center​


Where Our SCM Students Are Interning
DB Schenker
Porteo Group Logistics
Texas Concrete Sand & Gravel
Textrol Lubricants LLC & Bobby Trading Corp.​
Industrial Info Resources


Where Our SCM Graduates Are Working
Academy Sports + Outdoors
Bayer Hughes
Bayer CropScience 
Houston Methodist Hospital
Jacobs Engineering
Katoen Natie
National Oilwell Varco
Solvay America


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Bachelor of Business Administration in Supply Chain Management

Supply chain management is keeping track of products from raw materials to the point when the finished goods reach the customer, including planning and forecasting; purchasing; product assembly; moving; and storage.

Why UHD?

What You Will Study

A major in Supply Chain Management, combined with a minor in an area such as engineering technology, marketing or management, provides students with a sound understanding of supply chain management and strategy. At UHD, a BBA in Supply Chain Management represents 120 credit hours and includes courses such as:


Supply chain managers are in high demand because they can directly impact the profitability of a company in a positive way, and play critical roles in key areas such as:

  • Materials and Procurement
  • Logistics
  • Transportation
  • Inventory Management
  • Operations
  • Sales
  • Consulting

Our graduates are enjoying careers in hospitals, state and county health departments and public utilities, and in such diverse industries as engineering and construction, manufacturing, parts distribution, chemicals, oil, foods, trucking, pipelines and retail organizations.

Degree Program Guides

Advising degree program guides, documents and other useful advising resources for students following current and prior catalogs. 

Contact us

We look forward to working with you to tailor your academic program to your career goals. If you have any questions or need assistance, please do not hesitate to contact the program advisor.