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Our increasingly globalized marketplace means the demand for global supply chain management professionals will double by 2027. Leading companies rely on operations and supply chain professionals to create high-quality products and services while minimizing
waste to reduce costs and increase profitability. Gannon’s supply chain management concentration will prepare you to understand the flow of raw material from supplier to end-user so you can effectively manage these supply chains and secure your career
success in this ever-growing field.
Gain real-world knowledge through key supply chain management courses including:
Quality Management: Understand Six Sigma techniques and tools utilizing the Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve and Control model; sit for the Six Sigma Yellow Belt upon course completion.
Project Management: Understand key concepts from the Project Management Book of Knowledge from certified instructors and sit for the Certified Associate in Project Management exam upon course completion.
Supply Chain Network Design: Participate in a service learning project to improve supply chain for a local nonprofit through this capstone course.
Students will gain a high-quality education that enables success in the rigors of graduate school or a future profession. Through an array of program opportunities, you can:
“Since the supply chain department is relatively small, you get to know other students very well, which makes classes and projects more enjoyable … The professors are always there to help you when you need it and want to see you succeed. Gannon’s business department provides you with a wide range of courses, which prepares you for the business world.”
Phone: 814-871-7240Toll Free: 1-800-426-6668
Office Location:Gitnik Manse162 W. Sixth St.
Celene KalivodaAssistant Professor
Adam MookAdjunct Lecturer
Ann PentzAdjunct Lecturer
Andrew TeetsAdjunct Lecturer
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