About Supply and Value Chain Management
Supply Chain is about getting the right product to the right place at the right time and at the right price. Supply chain professionals have an increasing role in a corporation’s strategic decision making. They need both analytical skills and leadership skills, able to appreciate the big picture, and able to communicate effectively both vertically within the organization and horizontally across supply chain participants.
TCU Supply and Value Chain Management Major – Curriculum
Supply Chain Student Executive Program
Select undergraduate students work with a local business throughout their senior year to gain real-world, cross-functional supply chain experience in supply chain mapping, analysis and presentation skills, while resolving a business issue for the company.
Supply Chain Networking Nights
A fast, fun way to meet people in the industry and broaden your knowledge of career options for supply chain majors.
Student Organization for Supply Chain Studies
The Student Organization for Supply Chain Studies gives you the opportunity to further your personal career development. The organization works with the Supply and Value Chain Center to co-host career developments events, facility tours and other student-focused events.
Center for Supply Chain Innovation
You’ll have the added advantage of TCU’s Supply and Value Chain Center, located in the Neeley School, which provides executive forums, professional roundtables, study abroad opportunities and the undergraduate supply chain student executive program.