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Supply Chain Management, M.S.

The only M.S. in Supply Chain Management offered in North Carolina.
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    The only program of its kind in NC.

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With an M.S. in Supply Chain Management, you can become a:

The Supply Chain Director creates functional strategies and specific objectives and develops budgets, policies and procedures to support the functional infrastructure.
A purchasing manager buys products for organizations to use or resell. They evaluate suppliers, negotiate contracts, review product quality, and often supervise purchasing agents and buyers. The purchasing manager may also act as the agent or buyer.
A production planner is a professional who oversees production in a manufacturing plant and helps plan for production needs. They work closely with managers, team members and company executives to identify the production needs of the business and help set quotas and other important metrics for production.
The role of an operations manager varies depending on the industry and the size of the organization. In a manufacturing company, an operations manager may be responsible for managing the production process, ensuring quality control, and managing inventory. In a service-based company, they may be responsible for managing customer service, scheduling appointments, and ensuring that service standards are met.
An Inventory Specialist, or Inventory Control Specialist, oversees the ordering, storing, receiving and distributing processes of an organization’s products and supplies. Their main duties include controlling the flow of supplies and equipment, tracking and analyzing inventory maintenance and developing protocols for loss mitigation.
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Learn To

Understand how the supply chain affects all aspects of the economy

Solve and strategically manage supply chain disruptions

Manage sustainable supply chains

Supply Chain Management Program Overview