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Choosing Supply Chain Management

Supply chain management (SCM) is an exciting and all-encompassing business field that includes planning, managing, and coordinating all of the activities from sourcing raw materials needed for production to delivering the final product to the end customer. The competitive landscape requires supply chains to compete against other supply chains. This change has resulted in strong current and future job opportunities in supply chain management.

Why choose SCM at UWO?

  • One of the highest starting salaries for College of Business graduates
  • Great job placement and flexible career options
  • Professors/advisors who are life-long mentors

SCM Entry-level positions for our graduates

Supply Chain Analyst


Procurement Analyst

Warehouse Supervisor

Production Scheduler

Production Planner

Logistics Coordinator

Transportation Planner

Transportation Supervisor

Inventory Control Analyst

Materials Specialist

Raw Material Planner

Customer Service Analyst

Pricing Analyst

Quality Analyst

Fulfillment Analyst

Manufacturing Supervisor

Team Leader

Team Coordinator


Area employers of our graduates

Fox Valley Area: Oshkosh Corporation, Kimberly-Clark, Mercury Marine, Bemis, Menasha Corp., Plexus, Warehouse Specialists Inc., ArcBest, Pacon, Alliance Laundry, Appvion, Pepsi, Expera

Green Bay Area: Georgia Pacific, Schreiber Foods, KBX Logistics, Bellin Health, Schneider

Lakeshore Area: Kohler Corporation

Madison Area: First Supply, Spectrum Brands

Milwaukee Area: Harley-Davidson, Komatsu, MillerCoors, GE Healthcare, Rockwell Automation, Froedert Health

Minneapolis Area: Target Corporation

Southern Wisconsin Area: Frito-Lay

2019 Bachelor’s degree salary by major

Median nationwide salaries for select business majors are shown below:

Accounting $57,250
Business Administration/Management $55,500
Economics $58,448
Finance $57,750
Human Resources $54,000
Logistics/Supply Chain $58,896
Management Information Systems $62,350
Marketing $55,000

Source: Winter 2019 Salary Survey, National Association of Colleges and Employers (p. 9)

Contact Us

Supply Chain Management Department
Micki Benz
Academic Department Assistant
(920) 424-1215