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Students play a vital role in the success of the forum

At the CSU College of Business students learn valuable supply chain management skills in and out of the classroom. In addition to the forum, students can choose the supply chain management concentration or meet with a network of their peers in the Supply Chain Management Club.

Students help to host the Forum, working alongside faculty and business partners to solve current issues the supply chain field faces. Through practicums, internships and other work positions, students can develop lasting solutions that help businesses grow.

Supply Chain Management at the College of Business



Nationally recognized for program breadth*

According to Gartner Supply Chain Undergraduate University Top 25

Average starting salary for Supply Chain Management graduates

Based on 2019-2020 First Destination Reports

Ranked SCM program for empirical research

Supply chain management is an integral part of the modern world, and the CSU College of Business is preparing students to be leaders in their field. As part of the undergraduate program, students can select the Supply Chain Management concentration. Students are taught the skills needed to track the impact of every step in a supply chain, how to improve existing processes and deal with ambiguity and uncertainty. With an emphasis on using business for a better world, supply chain management students engage with the latest concepts and practices that make their work more efficient and sustainable. These skills take our graduates far, and first destination survey data shows that responding graduates have found success in a variety of fields and industries.

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The CSU Supply Chain Management Club

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The CSU Supply Chain Club is a part of the APICS Northern Colorado chapter which is an association for operations management professionals. We capitalize on our partnership through networking events and discounts on supply chain courses as well as certifications.  We also participate with the Denver Roundtable of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals.

The Supply Chain Club allows students to meet fellow supply chain students and industry professionals in the Colorado area. Each semester members get access to bi-weekly meetings, facility tours, career fairs, subsidized CSCA exams, and much more. For more information, follow us on Instagram or connect with our current club president.

Supply Chain Club Members
Supply Chain Club members listen to a guest lecture