Overview

Discover the fundamentals of supply chain management in a global setting, including topics such as operations, procurement, lean systems, sourcing, warehousing, supply chain analytics and international logistics and distribution. Develop technical skills in data analysis and decision making while learning how cost, quality, and efficiency impact organizational success. 

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What You'll Study

Master skills in data analysis, process improvement, and supply chain management


Faculty

Our mentors frame effective decision-makers

Experienced faculty bring a data-driven approach to the classroom, ensuring all students get the personal guidance they need to excel. Courses are carefully curated to line up with requirements for future employers and graduate programs.

Jorge Colazo
Jorge Colazo, Ph.D.
Program Director
Associate Professor
Tianxi Dong
Tianxi Dong, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
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James Maxey
Professor of Practice
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Teresa Starzecki
Visiting Assistant Professor
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Wenjing Yao, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Diana K. Young
Diana K. Young, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
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Suning Zhu, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor

Student Opportunities

Gain experience for field projects, independent study, and international opportunities

 

Study Abroad

Trinity Study Abroad programs in Europe and Asia includes the Japan Summer Program in Kobe, the International Business Summer School in Beijing, and other programs in Vietnam and Cuba, as well as a summer program at Shanghai’s Jiao Tong University.

 

Experiential Learning

Students gain hands-on experience with field-projects and opportunities for independent study.


When You Graduate

Bring valuable skills to any business environment

Understanding and skill in supply chain management are useful in many industries. Students can use their degree to help run a business, launch new products as an entrepreneur, or make an impact in healthcare.

Careers

Trinity’s School of Business has placed students with well-known companies to start careers in business analytics and management. Students can also pursue graduate level education to further their understanding of business or supply chain management.

Career Areas:

  • Supply Chain Analyst
  • Inventory Analyst
  • Logistics Analyst
  • Logistics and Transportation Analyst
  • Supply Chain Manager
  • Operations Manager
  • Process Improvement Analyst / Manager

 

Notable Companies who have Hired Trinity Graduates:

  • CISCO Systems
  • Dell
  • HEB

 

 


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