Graduate with a logistics & supply chain degree, and you’ll enjoy a wide range of career opportunities. Among the many possibilities:

  • Purchasing managers, warehouse supervisors, customs specialists, procurement managers
  • Global logistics managers, inventory planners, logistics automation specialists, transportation solutions analysts, materials coordinators
  • Directors of logistics, distribution center managers, logistics analysts, and quality control analysts  


Career Outlook

  • According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment in logistics and supply chain management is expected to grow more than 25% from 2010 to 2020, faster than the average for all occupations
  • Keen competition is expected for these positions because of the prestige and high pay  

 

Recent LSCM graduates have landed jobs in companies such as Novae Corporation, ProTrans International, and Tractor Supply Distribution Center for positions such as Freight management, OM trainee, and MGT trainee (salary is around $45,000).