Operations & Supply Chain Management Track

Operations & Supply Chain

After graduation, students are prepared to help organizations get the right amount of product to customers at the right time.  They learn how to (1) source, import, and export products; (2) make processes more efficient and effective; and (3) manage projects on budget and within schedule.  Emphasis is placed on gaining marketable skills and certifications.


  • Gain real marketable skills and certifications
  • Add real experience to their resumes that help secure jobs
  • Learn all aspects of international logistics
  • Learn to analyze big data to improve business decision making
  • Learn to make processes more effective and efficient
  • Learn to manage projects on budget within schedule and scope

To view prerequisites and program requirements, click:

B.S. in Business Management Operations and Supply Chain Management Track

Course Offerings:

  • Operations and Quality Management (361)
  • Supply Chain Management (371)
  • Global Logistics Management (381)
  • Project Management (391) *
  • Business Analytics and Big Data (410) *
  • Lean Six Sigma (Process Improvement) (461) *

For more details on course offerings, click: Business Management Course Listing

Certification Options:

  • BUSM 391 - “Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)”
  • BUSM 410 - “Data Science Associate”
  • BUSM 461 - “Lean Six Sigma – Yellow Belt”

Possible Careers:

  • Inventory Specialist
  • Logistics Analyst
  • Process Engineer
  • Purchasing Specialist
  • Project Manager
  • Supply Chain Manager
  • Transportation Manager
  • Data Analyst
  • And many more!


“I chose Supply Chain because it enables me to be successful in what I do. I am able to optimize reports and processes that leads to cost reduction. I also became keen to details and anticipating future results becomes a habit. If you want to be a key player of efficient and effective processes, then supply is the right major for you.”

Sarah Mae Cudac
Senior Associate at Maersk Global Service Centers







“Two of the most valuable skills I learned at BYUH as a Supply Chain student is how to think strategically and how to solve complex problems. This major has been an incredible boost to my career. It has helped me as I negotiated multi-million-dollar contracts for multiple fortune 500 manufacturing companies, including Tesla.”

Nathan A Cunningham
Strategic Sourcing Professional


For more information please visit:
Cody Baldwin at HGB 227 or call (808) 675-4827
PJ Rogers at HGB 217 or call (808) 675-4626