Ball State’s undergraduate program in logistics and supply chain management teaches you how supply chain managers work to help businesses make their supply chain of goods and services as efficient and profitable as possible. As a major, you’ll receive hands-on learning in detailed logistics functions, supply-chain decision making, modern techniques of production in organizations, and customer relationship management—all under the direction of our outstanding faculty.
You will also experience immersive learning opportunities through an industry-based internship, learning projects, on-site business tours, professional events, and lectures from supply chain managers and top experts in the field. Expect a rigorous, hands-on curriculum and program plan that ensures you graduate in four years with an optional minor.
If you’re looking for the flexibility of an all-online option, our online program was developed just for you. You may already have some college credits or perhaps an associate degree. We will help you develop a customized plan of study to meet your educational goals that fits around work, family, and other obligations. Learn more.
As a logistics and supply chain management student, you will begin your major with a series classes from throughout Miller College of Business, giving you a background in management, marketing, accounting, finance and insurance, and information systems and operations management. You will then take five required courses in logistics and supply chain management, including a senior capstone project. You will also select an elective course in logistics and supply chain management.
At the core of our program, our Kent C. "Oz" Nelson Logistics and Supply Chain Management Center for Excellence worked with industry leaders to develop a relevant, highly demanded curriculum. You will get to work directly with companies, through our center, helping them address real-world problems while gaining professional experience for yourself. Learn more.
What Can You Do with a Degree in Logistics and Supply Chain Management?
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As a graduate of the logistics and supply chain management program, your job title might include:
- logistics and distributions managers
- procurement managers
- inventory planners
- quality control analysts
- transportation solutions analysts
About four of every five students receive some kind of merit- or need-based assistance with their tuition and fees. On top of the dozens of options our university offers its students, Miller College of Business gives several awards every year to its own students. Learn more.
Take the Next Step
If you’d like to learn more about our logistics and supply chain management bachelor's degree, complete our online form. Or one of the best ways to get a true feel for Ball State is to see it for yourself, so schedule a visit today! And if you’re ready to apply, review our admission requirements and complete our online application.