Supply Chain Schools: Texas

The Lone Star State is most famous for high school football, the Alamo, and BBQ. In the near future, however, Texas may be just as famous for being a major U.S. supply chain hub. So, it should be no surprise that the country’s 2nd largest state is quickly becoming a hot spot for logistics companies and supply chain schools. 

The state’s massive size, infrastructure, and location make it an excellent candidate for continued growth in the transportation industry. Texas colleges and universities offer a variety of programs for students hoping to jumpstart their careers in the expanding world of logistics. 

Central Texas, Dallas to Austin Area

Texas Christian University

B.B.A. in Supply and Value Chain Management

  • You’ll learn innovative techniques to develop sustainable solutions that holistically address business problems. Supply chain talent is in short supply, allowing graduates early career opportunities to make a difference in major corporations.

Baylor University

B.B.A. in Supply Chain Management

  • The Supply Chain Management major will open the door to numerous career opportunities in procurement, materials management, purchasing, vendor management, customer relationship management, integrated supply liaison, quality assurance, project management, traffic management, logistics, systems analysis, scheduling, consulting, and training.

University of Texas at Austin 

B.B.A. in Supply Chain Management

  • The supply chain management major is designed to prepare students to become leaders in supply chain management, a total systems approach taken by companies, suppliers, and partners to deliver manufactured products and services to the end customer. 

Texas State Technical College

Flex M.B.A with concentration in Supply Chain Management

  • Students in the Flex M.B.A. program with a Supply Chain Management Concentration will obtain the knowledge and skills required to effectively manage the supply chain process in today’s global marketplace.

Austin Community College District

A.A.S. in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

  • The Logistics and Supply Chain Management degree is designed to prepare students for management careers in transportation, warehousing, distribution, inventory control, purchasing, and international logistics.

Collin College

A.A.S. in Supply Chain Management

  • Learn to manage supply chain activities, including logistics, purchasing, inventory and warehouse management with an Associate of Applied Science or certificates from Collin College.

McLennan Community College

A.A.S. in Supply Chain & Operations Management

  • The Supply Chain & Operations Management program prepares graduates to perform in supervisory roles in Operations and services industries. Graduates of this two-year program earn an Associate of Applied Science degree.

Northwest Texas, Amarillo Area supply chain schools

Texas Tech University

B.B.A. in Supply Chain Management

  • Coursework includes supply chain management, logistics management, purchasing, and analytical methods. Supply chain management requires the analytical ability to make data-driven decisions and the interpersonal skills to manage essential business relationships.

University of North Texas

B.S. in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

  • The Logistics program will provide you with a well- rounded, state-of-the art education using a “learn today, apply tomorrow” classroom philosophy.

East Texas, Houston Area

Lee College

A.A.S. in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

  • The Logis­tics and Su­pply Chain Tech­nology Associ­ate of Applied Science degree at Lee College is designed to prepare stu­dents for entry-level to mid entry employ­ment in logistics and supply chain tech­nology career fields.

Sam Houston State University

B.B.A. in Supply Chain Management

  • Designed to prepare you for success in various careers, this degree program offers small-sized classes and personal attention from experienced and engaged faculty.

Galveston College

A.A.S. in Logistics

  • The Galveston College Logistics program covers the foundational areas of logistics and degree and Basic, Intermediate and Advanced certificates are available.

Lone Star College

A.A.S. in Logistics Management

  • Logistics management is a business management program that prepares graduates for employment in the areas of total supply chain management, including inventory control, materials management, and transportation.

Texas A&M University

B.B.A. in Supply Chain Management

  • The degree program prepares students for careers in designing and managing the activities that deliver products and services to customers.

University of Houston – Downtown

B.B.A. in Supply Chain Management

  • Supply chain management is keeping track of products from raw materials to the point when the finished goods reach the customer, including planning and forecasting; purchasing; product assembly; moving; and storage.

Houston Community College

A.A.S. in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

  • The Logistics and Global Supply Chain Management certificate provides students with the knowledge and ability to apply individual technical skills for an entry-level position.

South Texas supply chain schools

University of Texas Rio Grande

B.B.A. with a concentration in Supply Chain Management

Palo Alto College

A.A.S. in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

  • The program covers the foundational areas of logistics and supply chain and develops students’ ability to think critically and solve real-world problems. Students learn negotiation tactics and receive exposure to supply chain analytics, both desirable skills for employers.

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