Launch an exciting career in Logistics and Supply Chain Management (LCSM). LSCM is the management of the flows of products and information and is critical for business success in industries such as: manufacturing (Toyota, Tesla, Cummins, Berry Global, and Ford), defense (Rolls-Royce) e-commerce (Amazon) retail (TJ Maxx, Target, Nike) logistics (FedEx, UPS, Langham Logistics), technology (Apple, Netflix) food and beverage (Starbucks, Pepsi, Whole Foods), service (Disney), and health (Eli Lilly and Company, Anthem, Franciscan Health). With a major in LSCM – your future is bright in the Hoosier state, the Midwest and throughout the nation.
Want an exciting, high demand career? You’ll find it in LSCM at Marian University. Currently, there is a 6:1 demand to supply ratio of LSCM graduates with average starting salaries exceeding $55,000+.
What will you study?
The program offers students a Logistics and Supply Chain Management major under the Bachelor of Science degree. Students will complete general education, the business administration core, 18 hours in the major, and free electives to total a minimum of 128 hours.
Courses for the Logistics and Supply Chain Management major include required and elective courses like:
- LSCM 240: Introduction to Logistics and Supply Chain Management
- LSCM 320: Advanced Logistics Management
- LSCM 330: Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management
- MKT 444: Negotiation
- LSCM 350: Humanitarian Logistics
- LSCM 370: E-Logistics
- LSCM 380: Special Topics in Logistics and Supply Management Chain
- LSCM 390: Contemporary SC Issues Course
- LSCM 400: Second Internship
For complete details about the curriculum and degree requirements, review our Undergraduate Course Catalog or download our four-year plan of study and checklist.