Why Major in Project and Supply Chain Management?
More than half of all activities undertaken in a modern corporation are project-based. The Project and Supply Chain Management major at Penn State Abington enables you to develop the quantitative and people skills necessary to design and operate today's complex management systems. You will learn how to manage critical components and apply business analytic methods for organizing and fully integrating supply chain practices.
Your Experience as a Project and Supply Chain Management Major
We are committed to a student-centered approach to education that fosters success through close interaction with faculty and peers. The proximity of our suburban campus to Philadelphia creates unique opportunities for Project and Supply Chain Management students to make career connections through internships and other partnerships.
Students can expect flexible course options including a combination of online, video conference, and face-to-face delivery.
The continuing globalization of business functions creates a growing need for people who can effectively manage supply chains.
"This degree earns you a seat at the table with organizations in virtually every industry."
- Thomas Stone, Assistant Teaching Professor, Business
Graduates with a Bachelors degree in Project and Supply Chain Management can satisfy the educational requirements to become a Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM).
See the Suggested Academic Plan here.