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Become a supply chain pro with your TXWES online BBA

07.15.2021 | By: Texas Wesleyan University

Supply chains are everywhere. From your morning cup of coffee to your latest online order with two-day shipping. It takes a lot of work — from operations and factory managers to the transportation team — to get our stuff. That’s why supply chain career opportunities are growing, especially here in North Texas.

With Texas Wesleyan’s 100% online BBA in supply chain management, you’ll learn how to get goods and services to the customers that want them, all with the help of expert professors and access to the latest technology. You’ll even learn soft skills, like how to negotiate, that will make you a more well-rounded candidate for your future employer. And you can do it all in three years, or just 15 months if you already have college credits. 

“Our supply chain management program is designed to prepare students to be competitive in the job market and the DFW is a prolific area for career opportunities,” said Trisha Anderson, Ph.D., professor of management at the Texas Wesleyan School of Business Administration. “We provide an interactive educational experience using a hands-on approach that utilizes current events, state-of-the-art technology, SAP software and simulations.” 

Speaking of SAP, it’s the leader in supply chain software and you’ll have access to it in your classes. You’ll even be able to boost your resume by earning the SAP Recognition Award Certificate. Completing your supply chain degree means you’ll also be ready to sit for the Certified Supply Chain Professional exam.

Best part? You’ll still get expert instruction in small 100% online classes. So you can develop the best way to get customers their pajamas … while in your pajamas! Check out more and apply now. You can finish your app in less than 15 minutes.

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