Our world depends on the complex, behind-the-scenes process of delivering goods to customers across global networks. If problem-solving and untangling intricate systems fires you up, embrace the journey of becoming a supply chain management professional. This degree is designed to equip you with a comprehensive skill set in Supply Chain Management. This program lays a solid foundation in vital business concepts including management, marketing, economics, accounting, and finance. You will learn how to integrate Supply Chain theories into real-world settings with the skills you will use your first day on the job. Students learn how to communicate professionally and develop the in-demand skills needed by Supply Chain Management professionals today.

Ways to study

Undergraduate (Major) | On-campus | Online

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More than a Business Degree

Our business programs develop decision-making skills through a blend of traditional coursework and team casework in time-bound situations that require data analysis, research, and communication. To help you thrive in a demanding and rewarding business career, we implement a biblical understanding of work as a calling from our Creator. You will cultivate the skills and character that will enable you to spread the Kingdom through your God-given gifts and business acumen. Learn how to solve real-world problems for the good of others.

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Example Courses

The courses listed below are some of our featured core classes that will be a part of your educational journey here at MU. Take a look at each course for a small preview.

The course covers the role of operations management including strategic analysis, design, controlling, and planning. Students will develop an understanding and vision for managing materials and logistics planning that is sustainable and consistent with biblical stewardship.

Provides techniques for Forecasting – the act of matching supply to demand – and explores the building blocks of logistics networks.

Explores key concepts of sourcing and introduces Lean Inventory and Six Sigma methodology, providing students the skills they need to improve supply chain operations.

Students work in groups to solve both simulated and real supply chain problems, culminating in a presentation of student-created supply chain solutions to industry experts.

Degree Requirements

Here you will find everything you need to know about what is required to successfully complete your degree. Whether you are beginning college for the first time or are a transfer student, we’ve got you covered.

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Meet Your Professors

Faculty Headshot Heather Lohmolder
Heather Lohmolder, M.B.A.
Director and Chair, Business Administration Program; Assistant Professor, Business Administration
Faculty Headshot Victor Reynolds
Victor Reynolds, Ph.D. (c)
Assistant Professor, Business Administration

God of Everything

God of Business

Victor Reynolds, PhD(c), is an associate professor of Business Administration at Multnomah University. In his classes, like Human Resource Management, Victor teaches his students that business can be an act of worship and service to God.

Program Distinctives

The Supply Management & Logistics program offers the unique opportunity to combine the Multnomah experience with an enhanced program that features faculty who are practitioners and industry leaders. This program is a traditional undergraduate 4-year program with a small percentage of classes delivered online from top academic minds and industry leaders. The general education courses and the business core classes will be delivered on campus as a part of the residential, undergraduate business program.

Supply Chain Management Electives
9 credits will be delivered online through the Lower Cost Models for Independent Colleges Consortium (LCMC). 3 credits of Supply Chain Management electives will be taught in-person at Multnomah University.

Career Placement

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, a Logistician the median annual wage for logisticians was $74,750 in May 2019. The employment of logisticians is projected to grow 5 percent from 2018 to 2028. Employment growth will be driven, in part, by the need for logistics in the transportation of goods in a global economy.

Business Internship Course

Internships provide the opportunity for you to build your network, learn more about specific industries and organizations, and grow in your work experience. If you are a student interested in gaining valuable work experience, apply for the internship course.

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