Bachelor Of Business Administration In Supply Chain Management
Duration : 4 years
Intake : Sep
Level : Undergraduate
Tuition & fees : $ 8,476 CAD Per Year
IELTS : 6.5
TOEFL : 80
PTE : 0
About this course
Supply Chain Management
Supply Chain Management is offered in the Bachelor of Business Administration.
Shannon School of Business
Degree Options: Major
Play an important role in any organization
The Bachelor of Business Administration program (BBA) prepares students for self-employment and careers in private and public enterprise, cooperatives, government service, and for graduate study. The BBA program core courses put an emphasis on a broad range of business topics while the program as a whole provides a foundation in both business and the traditional liberal arts. Students graduate with the ability to analyze a business situation, identify alternative responses and resolve business difficulties.
A core focus of the BBA program is entrepreneurialism. Students graduate with the knowledge to manage and start their own business in a field they’re passionate about. Not everyone is interested in studying business but it can be an investment in your future. Graduating with a BBA gives you the right tools to build your dreams into a well-structured venture.
Why a BBA at CBU?
Join the ranks of an organization or build a business from the ground up, secure the foundation you need to do both and more with our BBA program.
CBU’s BBA is built to be flexible. Take this degree full-time or through part-time study; pick a concentration in a business discipline depending on your interests; transfer to another school after graduation to build on your education; get real life experience before you graduate with CBU’s Co-op Education Program. Build an education that’s right for you!
Get to know business from the top line to bottom line. BBA builds a foundation through introductory courses to business, accounting, marketing, academic writing and strategic communication, technology and math, principles of micro and macroeconomics, and more.
The BBA at CBU is built on an entrepreneurial spirit. Many members of our faculty are tried and true entrepreneurs; SSOB namesake, Joe Shannon, was an inspired entrepreneur from a young age.
Diversify your education to give you a competitive edge in the job market. Take elective courses in areas including: law, tourism, IT, the arts, health, sports, sciences or engineering.
Find a career that’s right for you by focusing your business studies. Work your way to the top as Chief Finance Officer (CFO) with a concentration in Finance, capitalize on the rapidly growing social media landscape by majoring in Marketing or manage an organization’s best resources, its people, by studying Human Resources.
Areas of Study
Supply Chain Management
Tourism Marketing and Management
Supply the Demand
A Major in Supply Chain Management (SCM) is the newest addition to CBU’s BBA program. SCM provides a unique opportunity to learn about the fascinating challenges companies face in today’s global networked economy. Demand is high for SCM professionals, both in Canada and abroad. Employers want people who have the ability to see the business as a system, not just the bottom line.
What Is The Study of Supply Chain Management?
Supply Chain Management is the management of materials, information and finances as they move from the manufacturer to the supplier, retailer, and ultimately to the end user. SCM professionals are responsible for making sure the right product is available to the customer in the right quantity and condition, at the right time, place and cost.
This program provides insight into global sourcing and how it plays an essential part in the supply chain. Students gain understanding of planning and information technology tools to effectively coordinate the stakeholder activities in the supply chain. By majoring in SCM, students graduate prepared to enter the workforce with a broader understanding of SCM and business logistics.
Why Study Supply Chain Management At CBU?
Be a part of the process and make a difference in the end result.
Study real life supply and demand through a 12 week Co-op Placement. Students work with a mentor while earning a wage. This hands-on experience gives students a competitive edge when applying for future jobs.
Develop an understanding of potential risks in global sourcing, including hidden costs of working alongside different geopolitical zones, cultural differences, time zones, currency exchange, and exposure to financial and political risks in some emerging economies.
The supply chain is one of the most essential sectors of the economy in Canada, involving 767,000 workers from a range of occupations and industries with over 35,000 job openings in the marketplace.
Learn to identify potential markets, tap into skills or resources not readily or economically available on a local level, and develop alternative collaborators to achieve goals.