Internships & Opportunities

The Supply Chain Management BBA program provides opportunities for students to learn about supply chain management in an integrated business framework from distinguished faculty and regional industry experts. The program prepares students to operate and lead major aspects of the supply system in both established and start-up firms.

A key feature of this major is that it provides students with individualized academic and career advising. Supply chain management faculty work in collaboration with the Center for Student Professional Development to connect students with the regional industry associations, leaders, alumni and corporate partners to prepare them for their future careers.

Temple University Supply Chain Association

Interested students can pursue membership in Temple University’s Supply Chain Association (TUSCA), which provides professional development and networking opportunities through close partnerships with leading professionals in the Philadelphia region and beyond. Learn more about the TUSCA.


Graduates of the Supply Chain Management BBA program will be prepared for professional roles in the fields of

  • disposition/investment recovery,
  • distribution,
  • inventory control,
  • logistics,
  • manufacturing supervision,
  • materials management,
  • packaging,
  • procurement/purchasing,
  • product/service development,
  • quality,
  • receiving,
  • strategic sourcing,
  • transportation/traffic/shipping and
  • warehousing/stores.

Career Services


Career opportunities and mid-career salaries for the Supply Chain Management Major may include the following examples.


Median Salary*

Chief Sustainability Officers


Industrial Engineers




Logistics Managers


Loss Prevention Managers


Outdoor Power Equipment & Other Small Engine Mechanics


Production, Planning, & Expediting Clerks


Purchasing Managers


* Data obtained from the Occupational Information Network (O*NET) under sponsorship of the U.S. Department of Labor/Employment and Training Administration (USDOL/ETA).