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Supply Chain Management, B.S.

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Supply Chain Management Degree

Take your passion for problem-solving and learn to manage complex projects that involve materials, information and finances as they move in a process from supplier to manufacturer to retailer to consumer.

Why Study Supply Chain Management?

Connect one-on-one with faculty, fellow students, and other professionals through classroom instruction, hands-on learning, and internships:

  • Gain comprehensive knowledge and technological skills to ensure employment in leading supply chain management roles.
  • Learn finance, organizational behavior, global studies, and logistics.
  • Acquire well-rounded leadership and management skills and business concepts.
  • Learn to create a professional portfolio, an effective marketing tool when applying for employment and attending interviews.
  • Gain practical experience during various internship opportunities.

Receive personalized attention and top-notch instruction in a supportive environment:

  • Our Stairs to Success developmental plan for success will guide you through your time at Keystone.
  • 92% of students receive financial aid.
  • Over 150 scholarships are awarded yearly.
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Contact

Brenda Lidy
Program Director
570-945-8334
BMT@keystone.edu

What can I do with a degree in Supply Chain Management?

Career Options

  • Acquisition Project Analyst
  • Logistics Planner
  • Procurement Sourcing Manager
  • Sales/Distribution Manager
  • Supply Management Analyst

Employers

  • Benco Dental
  • DHL
  • Mondelēz International
  • Scranton Products
  • ShipMonk
Supply Chain
The Supply Chain Management program (SCM) is designed to give students the skills necessary to secure an entry-level position in SCM, while also providing them with the educational background necessary for them to grow in their careers.

Exceptional experiences.
Giant outcomes.

13:1

Keystone student-to-faculty ratio

30%

increase in jobs over the next 10 years

94%

Keystone students employed or continuing their education within six months of graduation

$76,270

Median annual salary for supply chain careers

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Amazing opportunities—on campus and beyond

From internships and experiential learning opportunities to travel and conferences, you’ll have many opportunities to conduct real-world experiences, work with your peers and mentors in your chosen field, and learn first-hand the latest skills to succeed in the real world.

Internships

Students will acquire leadership and management skills, professional growth and personal fulfillment that can’t be gained in the classroom. 

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Connections

Over 30 student-run clubs and organizations, including the FBLA organization, Phi Beta Lambda,  and the Hospitality Business Management Club, are available and are a wonderful way to meet people, travel, learn about different subjects, and gain valuable leadership opportunities.

Be Involved

When you become a Giant, you will enjoy campus life in a passionate, close-knit community…a family. Keystone College comes together in many different ways with 18 Division III sports, a variety of student events, 276 acres to explore, and various ways to learn both inside and outside of the classroom.

Featured Faculty

Kasey Chermak, MS

Kasey Chermak, MS

Instructor of Information Technology  
Patricia Davis, PhD

Patricia Davis, PhD

Professor of Accounting and Program Director of Accounting and Financial Management
Brenda Lidy, MS

Brenda Lidy, MS

Associate Professor and Program Director of Hospitality Business Management, Program Director of Business (BS) and Business Administration (AS), Program Director of Supply Chain Management
Robert Nardelli, DPS

Robert Nardelli, DPS

Assistant Professor and Program Director of Computer Science and Information Technology
Elizabeth Schneider, MBA, JD

Elizabeth Schneider, MBA, JD

Associate Professor of Business  
Sandra R. Smith, PhD

Sandra R. Smith, PhD

Assistant Professor and Program Director of Sport and Recreation Management (BS) and Sport Leadership Management (MS)
Donald “Doc” Stacknick, MS

Donald “Doc” Stacknick, MS

Instructor of Sport and Recreation
Chad Stevens, PhD

Chad Stevens, PhD

Associate Professor of Business, Program Director of MBA, and Chair of Business, Management & Technology
Kevin Vinson, MBA

Kevin Vinson, MBA

Associate Professor of Accounting

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