Bachelor of Business Administration in Supply Chain Management

Learn to manage a business’ supply-side activities in order to maximize customer value and gain a competitive advantage in the marketplace with the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Supply Chain Management from Temple’s Fox School of Business. As a graduate, you will have the ability to direct the efficient flow of goods and services from suppliers and manufacturers directly to retailers and consumers.

Supply chain management professionals focus on every facet of the business process from planning and forecasting to purchasing, product assembly, sales and customer service. They strive to achieve a sustainable advantage by building and delivering products more efficiently to customers at a better value than competitors. Through this degree you will develop a basic knowledge of supply chain management, including distribution strategies, planning, and procurement, while also working on your communication, leadership and negotiation skills.

The Bachelor of Business Administration in Supply Chain Management is intended for students who are interested in the study of control, design, execution, monitoring and planning of supply chain activities with the objectives of

  • building a competitive infrastructure,
  • creating net value,
  • leveraging worldwide logistics,
  • measuring performance globally and
  • synchronizing supply with demand.

The curriculum is complemented by seminars and career fairs where students learn best practices from industry leaders and identify areas of interest for their careers. Learn more about internships and opportunities.

This undergraduate program is offered as both a major and a minor, providing students the flexibility to pursue their studies full time or as part of a full course load alongside another Fox degree program.

Sustainability in Supply Chain Management

Supply chain management is both an art and a science; it is a discipline focused on planning and forecasting, purchasing and product assembly, moving, storage, distribution, sales and customer service—in short, all of the activities necessary to get the right products and services into the right hands, in the right quantity, at the right time and at the right price.

An increased focus on sustainability is an integral part of Temple University’s efforts to advance the future of supply chain management education. The next generation of supply chain managers will understand that a company does not exist simply to maximize return on investment capital; other factors, including waste management and energy use, play a pivotal role in the daily functions of any company, and a successful supply chain takes the full breadth and depth of a company’s impact into consideration from the outset.

Supply Chain Management Minor

The Supply Chain Management Minor is a 12-credit program open to all business majors who want to supplement their knowledge of supply chain management and learn to direct the efficient flow of goods and services from suppliers and manufacturers to retailers and consumers. It is ideal for students who are innovative enough to think creatively, yet meticulous enough to forecast the bigger picture. The minor course sequence is a strong complement to several Fox majors, including

Learn more about the Supply Chain Management minor.

Classes & Curriculum

The Supply Chain Management Major requires 124 didactic credits. Core courses you will take include

  • Global Entrepreneurship,
  • Inventory and Warehouse Management,
  • Principles of Supply Chain Management,
  • Sourcing and Procurement, and
  • Transportation and Logistics Management.

Learn more about required courses within the Supply Chain Management Degree.

Online BBA Program

The Supply Chain Management Degree is available as an online BBA degree completion program designed for new and continuing students.

Related Graduate Degrees

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Tuition & Fees

In keeping with Temple’s commitment to access and affordability, the Bachelor of Business Administration offers a competitive level of tuition with multiple opportunities for financial support.

Tuition rates are set annually by the university and are affected by multiple factors, including program degree level (undergraduate or graduate), course load (full- or part-time), in-state or out-of-state residency, and more. You can view the full Cost of Attendance breakdown on the Student Financial Services website.

These tuition costs apply to the 2023–2024 academic year.

Pennsylvania resident: $22,824.00 per year
Out-of-state: $41,544.00 per year